Paul Cox from the Ministry of Justice explains how the department is using commuter hubs to cut down on commuting and cater for those who find it difficult to work from home.
Right across government we are changing our understanding of how people and organisations work, the work itself, about how and where it is best done. Under the The Way We Work (or TW3 for short) – a game changer programme for Civil Service Reform – we are witnessing a quiet revolution in how civil servants work.
Over coming months, blogs will feature perspectives and insights on a Civil Service that embraces a culture of Smart Working.
From better collaboration to a greater visibility of staff contribution to projects, Catriona McGrath looks at the expected - and unexpected - benefits of COTT.
In a guest post, TW3 Awards judge Alexi Marmot looks at how our workplace has changed since the Civil Service started, and where it's going.
How efficient are you at keeping track of projects? A web-based app could help you work smarter and more collaboratively on projects of all sizes.
Una O'Brien looks at the links between health and work, and what we can all do to improve workplace health.
Andrew Howarth's 35 years in government property have taught him that change in where and how we work is constant - the secret is to embrace it to help deliver the vision of a better, more empowered Civil Service.
Kristina Butterworth describes how an award-winning project is transforming the way the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) works by putting people first.
Kieron Boyle, who heads up the Cabinet Office team on social investment, describes how the new technology in Cabinet Office is enabling his team to work differently.
The Smarter Working team look back at last week's TW3 Awards, and highlight the best practice demonstrated by this year's winning departments.
This week we celebrated those departments who have successfully put into place large-scale smarter working practices with the inaugural TW3 Awards.