As a team, we're used to adapting to change, but what happens when everything changes? Caroline McCabe finds out.
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Councillor Madden dropped by to see what stand up was all about. He stayed to chat to us about how impressed he was with the team's energy, how he did stand up before it was a thing and his belief in empathy in the workplace.
We asked our team to give their top tips about living, working, commuting and playing in Essex.
Agile is a team sport, but that doesn't mean that you can't take some time on your own. John tells us how the Service Design team supports different ways of working.
We agree we're a pretty good team, but why? We talk to Martin, Maria, Magda and Greg about Dungeons and Dragons, gender-balance and building a team culture.
Content designer, John, gives us his top tips to stop your to do list looking like a window into the abyss, with help from some Nobel laureates and Ron Swanson.
‘Design can’t fully exist until it’s put into practice’, service designer and PhD student at Maria Marinovic, talks about how her research in sustainable design is helping her work at Essex County Council.
Futures Academy returned with a new format and lots of new ideas. Julie talks us through the highs and lows of 10 weeks of inspiration, innovation and iteration.
Gentle nudging, heavy punning and getting things done: departing delivery manager, Matt Cole, talks about what he's learned being part of an Agile team.
We're used to thinking about what users need, but could there be something else missing from our systems, designs and even working relationships? Bhupinder explains.