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The era of top-down public service delivery is giving way to a grassroots enablement mindset – and at a time when the chance to radically rethink government is more urgent than it has been for years
The Treasury announced this week that Sir Michael Barber – former head of the Blair-era Prime Minister's Delivery Unit – will be heading up the latest in a long line of reviews of civil service efficiency. Adrian Brown, who has worked closely with Barber, spells out what Whitehall can expect.
With the path from Whitehall to Davos well-worn, Adrian Brown suggests how delegates at this week's event might turn pledges into reality
The Spending Review has left departments with little option but to transform their operations, says the Centre for Public Impact's Adrian Brown – the question now is how that happens
Matt Hancock wants real-time data to underpin future spending decisions across governments. He's quite right, says Adrian Brown, but taking a strategic approach will be vital
Cameron's new implementation taskforces are a welcome step if government wants to prioritise impact. But delivery remains an uphill struggle