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Head of OPM Maria Nyberg joined Tiago Peixoto, Catherine Howe, Graham Smith, and Simon Burall this week to talk about technology and democratic participation - check out Involve's report of the evening's discussions.
GDS's Leisa Reichelt on why it's important to remember internal systems also benefit from a focus on user experience.
Catherine Howe on the seven digital tribes - which are you? (OPM met Catherine this week - she's great and we were jealous of her excellent hot pink jacket.)
Tom Fishburne on the right level of risk appetite in organisations (don't sit down, you're rocking the boat).
Professor Colin Talbot from the University of Manchester discusses a post-graduate Policy Profession qualification.
FutureGov reports on how open policy making works in Japan.
Erica Dhawan shares how to unlock innovation through connectional relationships.
Mike from thirty8 Digital on how prototyping, user testing, and digital are transforming museums.
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Dates for the diary
Civil Service Live is in London Tuesday and Wednesday next week! OPM will be there to chat and there will be talks on policy making including Sir Jeremy Heywood and Chris Wormald's top tips, Policy Lab, and Paul Maltby, Director of Government Innovation.
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