Tag: links

  • Friday footnotes [6]

    Friday footnotes is a weekly list of links related to product management and design in the ‘internet of public service’ curated by @jukesie [1] Good culture evolves from the bottom up from Stephen Foreshew-Cain the guvnor at GDS these days. This is a great, and honest, post about the importance of letting culture emerge including […]

  • Friday footnotes [5]

    Friday footnotes is a weekly list of links related to product management and design in the ‘internet of public service’ curated by @jukesie [1] Being secure and agile is a slide deck by Michael Brunton-Spall where he makes the argument that done right agile development leads to more secure applications that traditional methods produced. I […]

  • Friday footnotes 4

    Friday footnotes is a weekly list of links related to product management and design in the ‘internet of public service’ curated by @jukesie [1] Meet Matchbot, our prototype Slack bot — Dan Williams writes about a little experiment the dotEveryone team are doing to test out some ideas in code — something that I think is too often missing […]

  • Friday footnotes [3]

    Friday footnotes is a weekly list of links related to product management and design in the ‘internet of public service’ curated by @jukesie [1] When the team is the unit of delivery, trust matters by Ade Adewunmi is a splendid post that really articulates some of the benefits of working in multi-disciplinary teams and some […]

  • Friday footnotes [2]

    Friday footnotes is a weekly list of links related to product management and design in the ‘internet of public service’ curated by @jukesie [1] Eight principles for user researchers on Government as a Platform — great primer to some of the main approaches to succeeding in creating a truly user-centric culture. [2] Agile in the public sector — Roo […]