Yesterday we had the pleasure of hosting The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s data specialists at our offices for an intensive whole day workshop.
The aim was to understand what is great about how MHCLG collect and store information, along with what areas present opportunity for improvement. To do this we agreed a high level set of phases for data collection and built 7 detailed blueprints which show how each business area goes through those phases.
Alongside this we created a comprehensive Wardley Map to give us an understanding of the components in play to deliver the “data collection” service. This is the most ambitious blueprinting activity we have completed to date with all 7 delivered in an incredible amount of detail, from start to finish.
Through using our platform Wemvula to complete the work, we were able to run a really powerful, productive and uplifting session.
Both the Rainmaker and MHCLG teams are now very excited about the progress and process enhancements that can be achieved in this space.
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