We recently launched a prototype Covid19 sites tracker. Here's how we've iterated based on feedback, and why.
We’ve kept a close eye on government coronavirus response websites. Our prototype – covidsites.public.digital – shows how they compare.
Not every solution to every problem requires building software; but some of them do. We meet a lot of organisations who are enthusiastic about embracing internet-era ways of working, providing digital services, and finding an internet-era CTO. Yet they don’t expect that new leader to build up their ability to make things.
It's common to see "IT spending" given special status on financial balance sheets. That can cause problems if your goal is digital transformation; a transformed internet-era organisation cannot afford to give IT spending "special" status.
“Technology spaghetti” is what you get when your technology, data, commercial arrangements and operating processes get tangled up. It’s not just a problem of having too many pieces in the puzzle, it’s also that the interconnections between them are hard to understand and manage.