It’s now becoming clear that digital evolution, not transformation, is the future of public services. Organisations in every area of the public sector are becoming conscious of the need to foster a sustainable legacy that builds on continual progress towards digitisation, rather than a one-time ‘big bang’ approach to change.
However, if we only approach evolution from the mindset that a select few can benefit from it, we risk our opportunity to drive real progress and positive change in a shared digital ecosystem. And when all local governments are galvanised to embrace digital evolution, they stand to gain an enormous amount of momentum and stability.
If each organisation is only empowered to solve their own problems it leads to siloed solutions and slower digital evolution. But when tools and solutions are shared between organisations the public sector as a community can evolve exponentially and at pace, leading to reduced costs and a higher quality of service improvements.
Join Made Tech’s Head of Local Government, Glen Ocskó as he explores the practices and methodologies that can allow organisations to break away from traditional transformation and be a part of the opportunity for real progress and digital evolution.
Why digital evolution, not digital transformation, is the pathway to allowing the UK's local government to thrive
Why spreading digital evolution across multiple branches allows for more sustainable, harmonious growth
How digital evolution can help local authorities deliver a higher quality of service improvements
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