Myles Jarvis shares his experience of attending DeliverCon 2020, the government conference for Delivery Managers, in Newcastle.
The Technical Operations (TechOps) department of GDS came together and took part in a department-wide ‘game day’. Find out more about what a game day is and what we actually did.
Tech Connect, a 12 week digital skills programme, saw teams of civil servants and private sector participants collaborate to find solutions for public sector challenges. Find out more about their ideas, and what happened at the Finale.
The Introduction to Product Management course is aimed at non-product managers who want to understand the role in more detail and learn techniques they can apply in their own roles. Find out more about the course and how we've developed it with help from the Product Management community.
The Software Developer Accelerated Apprenticeship offers an opportunity to existing civil servants to retrain as junior developers. Departments, apprentices and their line managers explain what they liked most about the programme.
People working in product management roles often have a very broad set of responsibilities, and the role can vary greatly between departments and teams. This makes product management a difficult discipline to learn without doing. Find out more about the skills you need to be a successful product leader.
On 23 and 24 November, our digital, data and technology (DDaT) teams from across government will once again return to Europe’s largest tech job fair to engage and interact with thousands of candidates. Register to attend and visit us at our stand 106/107.
We have reviewed the Framework, so we could understand the problems and plan ways to address them. Read more about what we learned and what actions we are taking to fix it.
In this blog post you can read 2 different perspectives on the scheme. Both Fast Streamers are in their third year and work at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), but one joined after nearly 30 years in the Civil Service and one joined straight from university.
Being a product manager involves working with teams to define a problem, what the solution is, and how the product is going to deliver that solution. Building consensus around a vision makes it much more powerful.