In a crisis, having a methodology that asks the right questions, gives shared understanding and develops practical solutions is invaluable. Nic Ward tells us how service design adapted to help the coronavirus response in Essex.
How do you design a workshop for a team that can't spare more than 90 minutes at a time? Bhupinder Mann reveals that a time limitation can help rather than hinder productivity.
We've undertaken a unique piece of research into remote working in response to the current situation. In the second of our posts, we reveal the findings and recommendations of this research.
Responding to unprecedented times, we've undertaken a unique discovery. Jane, Ruxi and Sabrina talk through taking digital remote working from theory into the real world.
Trying to rebuild the office at home with the kids feels like juggling bricks. As we approach Learning Campaign week, Maria tells us how we can change our mindset to embrace the new normal.
Many people have been redeployed during the lockdown. We talk to the leaders of two teams who found their redeployment a natural fit.
Our offices are now beginning to reopen to some teams. We spoke to Laura Fisk about why she's looking forward to getting back to the office.
When you're iterating, each step is as important as the next. Our developer, Martin, explains how launching a new product doesn't have to be a voyage into the unknown.
In times of crisis, we don't always have time to design solutions. Bhupinder and Ryan explain how service and business design methodologies can create the space our colleagues need for collaboration and decision-making.
For Emma, working from home was something she tried to avoid. So, when that became the new normal, she dreaded it. She tells us how remote working has worked out quite well for her.