From 4 people in a basement to 120 across 3 sites, DfE Digital has grown to respond to its users' needs for excellent, user-centred services. Here, chief digital officer Emma Stace reflects on how far we've come, what's been difficult and how we're shaping up for the future.
Emma Stace, Chief Digital Officer
'Transformation' sounds impressive, glamorous even, but what does it actually mean? After six years of leading transformation in government, Emma Stace explains what transformation is, what it’s not, and how to spot the difference.
Our chief digital officer Emma Stace talks about how her leadership team strikes a balance between culture and delivery and why paying close attention to our people underpins everything.
Emma Stace, Chief Digital Officer, reflects on her trip to Coventry to catch up on the progress of the Apprenticeship Service.
Emma Stace, DfE's Chief Digital Officer, looks over a productive year in 2018
How can we be more user-centred, whatever job we do? DfE's Chief Digital Officer Emma Stace and Director of Major Projects Janet Hughes set out 6 practices we can all apply to our work.
Emma Stace, the DfE's Chief Digital Officer, talks about how we're helping the DfE change how it does things and become user-centred.
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