Suppose 20% of your colleagues left your department. How would that affect your capacity to innovate? The necessity would certainly be there, but would you be too busy to lead and implement change?
In this interview with renowned Organisational Psychologist Professor Sir Cary Cooper and James Herbert MD of Methods Digital, we look at the challenges faced by public sector organizations, confronted by the need to embrace digital innovation despite cost pressures and severe competition for digital talent. Challenges that we can all benefit from overcoming.
Reasons to watch and key topics:
- How do employment practices and employee wellness effect innovation?
- What are the barriers for embracing innovation in government?
- How can Lean Startup techniques be applied to digital innovation?
- How can Low-code techniques help counteract the digital talent war?
Innovation in action at Adur and Worthing Council
Paul Brewer will be sharing his experiences in using Low-code to redesign local services at a working lunch for public sector transformation professionals in London on 3rd of December. Read an overview here.
The MATS platform puts the power of Low-code development into the hands of a much wider cross section of employees, without the need to learn programming languages. Deployed in the cloud, MATS can help you quickly automate business processes and develop customer-facing apps at a much lower cost and with far less training than conventional development.
Check out what MATS can do, and see how it can lower the barriers to help you escape the digital talent war and start embracing the digital future.