Around the world, in order to remain relevant, organisations have undertaken significant transformation to become more ‘human-centred’. But what does this mean for policy-making?
We’d like to begin the year by sharing some good news about our work with the DCMS Youth Policy Team and young people.
Today marks 75 years since Winston Churchill’s government set up the Council for Industrial Design, a new organisation to inspire confidence and promote design as a means to kick-start Britain's industrial post-war economy.
A little less 'policy', a little more 'lab'. We'll be quieter than usual for five weeks, here's why.
Meetings are a great way to bring people in, build consensus and seek challenge. But have we thought deeply enough about why we are having these meetings?
Open Justice is a very well established principle within our justice system, however new digital tools and approaches are creating new opportunities and potential challenges which necessitate significant rethinking on how open justice is delivered.
This is the second half of a two-part Lab Long Read on a recent collaborative project between Policy Lab and the Department for Transport (DfT) on the policy consultation process. The blog series is for those with a curiosity for how the policy consultation process works and are interested in new ways of analysing consultations.
This blog series is for those with a curiosity for how the policy consultation process works and are interested in new ways of analysing consultations.
Throughout my civil service career to date, I’ve often wondered why we don’t do more to listen to everyday experience. So I was intrigued to see a government team doing just this.
In the context of this tech innovation, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency’s new MARLab commissioned our team to help them understand how to safely encourage industry to develop autonomous ships in the UK.