Category Archives: Project Management

How the Public Sector Can Remain Agile Beyond Times of Crisis

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Although based on US research, an interesting new report from McKinsey adds value to the on-going debate regarding public sector digital transformation in the UK, especially organisational barriers to change. Based on case examples dating back to the 1980s, the main theme of the report is that public sector organisations are perfectly capable of being   …Continue Reading


Software and Technology: The Engine Driving Digital Transformation (Video)

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The topic of digital transformation has been covered extensively on the Bridgeall blog – see Category Archives: Digital Transformation. Throughout the various posts, we have emphasised that successful digital transformation requires the integration of strategy, people, processes, systems, organisation, culture AND technology. The failure to recognise this mutual dependency is one of the main reasons   …Continue Reading


Rethinking the Public Sector Could Save $3.5 Trillion Worldwide

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In a previous post, we identified Five Key Pillars of Successful Digital Transformation. These included: a) building a Digital Operating Advantage by leveraging the full potential of digital technology for maximising efficiency and reducing costs and b) deriving Actionable Insight from data analytics. The scale of the public sector opportunity in these two areas has   …Continue Reading


Bridgeall’s Deep Water Knowledge Delivers Certainty for the English Market

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From Monday of this week, the non-domestic water market in England has been open for business. Over a million commercial water customers (businesses, charities and public sector organisations) can now shop around and choose their preferred retail service provider. The ‘Open Market’ is expected to deliver a wide range of benefits to commercial customers including:   …Continue Reading


£725m Required to Boost Public Sector Digital Skills

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According to a National Audit Office report released last week, the UK government will need to spend £725 million over the next five years on training new digital staff. Two thousand new hires with digital expertise will also need to be employed to keep up with the pace of demand. Commenting on the emerging digital   …Continue Reading


Seven Ways Digital Technology Can Help the Recovery of North Sea Oil and Gas

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As technology, economic and political trends continue to disrupt the industry, an excellent new report from McKinsey outlines five ‘big ideas’ for the oil and gas organisation of the future. The global oil and gas industry, according to the authors, is facing three game-changing trends. First, from resource scarcity to resource abundance, leading to significantly   …Continue Reading


Bringing power to your projects

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As a software company we recognise the need for continuous improvement. We value the lessons that can be learned from our past experiences and we believe firmly in implementing ongoing improvements. Having tried first hand a number of continuous improvement and project management tools to manage our project performance and retrospectives, we never found one   …Continue Reading