The Government has announced today that following an independent review, it intends to create a single, stronger digital function for DWP. This will bring together colleagues from BPDTS as well as from the existing DWP Digital Group to become one …
Career mobility is directly related to personal satisfaction, job advancement, and career development. Apprenticeships are evolving into a mechanism to boost existing employee skills and promote career mobility. When people are empowered to design and navigate into jobs more suitable to their abilities, goals, and aspirations, job satisfaction soars.
We are delighted to announce Melanie Calver, BPDTS Digital Service Practice Manager received the TechWomen100 Award. As a chronic multitasker, Melanie volunteers at local schools as a mentor for girls, works as a consultant and project manager and provides counsel and safe harbour in Living Leader meetings.
We recapped the 3 solutions hackers created during the BPDTS Hackathon in December in our blog post ‘How to hack your way to the winner’s circle with co-creation’. This post explores why hackathons are becoming an increasingly popular way to instigate changes at the end-user level - in private, public and third sectors.
Crowdsourcing innovative solutions through hackathons, user-experience sessions, and customer feedback is driving success for many organisations. In December more than 50 people met in Manchester to attend a BPDTS Hackathon. Throughout the day, 3 teams worked diligently to support the hackathon's objective – how to improve the employee experience using the intranet as a platform.
CEO Loveday Ryder reflects on 2019 with pride and satisfaction. Fully embracing a people-centric approach to digital solutions, Loveday is looking forward to helping the BPDTS community continue to grow both personally and as leaders. Continue reading to learn more about Loveday’s 3 leadership resolutions.
CEO, Loveday Ryder reflects on BPDTS accomplishments, remarking on what she’s proud of, what we’re a bit too reticent to talk about it, and what we want to celebrate – our core values.
The celebration of World Values Day is something we should strive to do daily. Central to this year’s theme is wellbeing. Living our lives following our values is empowering. Our values represent who we are; they inspire and motivate us to do everything – right and wrong. It’s our values that define and shape us, and the world we live in.
CEO, Loveday Ryder, shares her commitment to becoming a more authentic leader by embracing feedback. Changing the culture of a team, a department, or an organisation, requires everyone to work together openly and honestly. Real transformation is achievable through trust and purposeful, positive feedback every day.
Jordan McNally, Events and Engagement Co-ordinator and MADE representative for Manchester, BPDTS Ltd, shares the work our people are doing as volunteers and fundraisers for local charities.
Amy Cross, Agile Delivery Manager and member of our Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group, on why we’ve signed up to the Tech Talent Charter here at BPDTS.