“We are only scratching the surface when it comes to digital transformation”
CEO of Rainmaker.
Department chiefs are under increasing pressure to deliver significant cost savings, while also improving services and taking advantage of digital technology.
This is a tough ask when many are still hamstrung by large, long-term contracts with traditional IT firms that struggle to match the pace of innovation available elsewhere.
The acceleration of digital disruption is forcing the sector to turn away from the large consultancies and systems integrators. Smaller, more agile organisations are bringing a fresh approach on how to align technology with the needs of the department and its users.
Arguably, working more flexibly has never been more important as Whitehall faces continued uncertainty in dealing with the fallout of Brexit.
The big four have ruined the school of thought on Future of Work. They have made companies focus on a world of automation, robots and AI.
In the UK, we are facing a cliff edge for our next generation. We have a generation that is unable to secure their financial futures because the constructs we have put in place to generate wealth and provide financial security for earlier generations, are...
Rainmaker (a partner working with Croydon Council) and ELSA (a community interest company that empowers young people through skills development) will be running a “Get Work Ready”…