Is AI adoption inevitable or even good?

Diversity fosters innovation in AI, and homogeneity hinders it. Diversity, in this context, encompasses demographic markers as well as skills and…

GovTech 2019 – Preparing Public Sector for the Next Wave of Emerging Tech

Date: Wednesday 2nd October Location: QEII Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London, SW1P 3EE

Building a centre of excellence in the delivery of projects, programmes and portfolios

Methods’ Projects and Programme Delivery Team is developing a centre of excellence to continuously improve our capabilities in line with the…

Has the world’s most exclusive industry failed to plan for inclusion?

A couple of weeks ago I was asked to give a keynote at a conference for IT professionals. I was the only female speaker out of six. One speaker was a…

Beyond post-it notes – bringing systems thinking to service design

Design thinking is an appealing approach for problem solving, but it often underestimates the complexity of many of our systems - systems of health,…

Scrum: The challenges with maintaining a healthy Product Backlog

The fact of the matter is (similar to all frameworks) Scrum best practice is a guideline to follow, not a set of rules to abide by. There isn’t…

Announcement: Non Clinical Temporary and Fixed Term Staff

We are pleased to announce that Methods has been awarded on a place on the Non Clinical Temporary and Fixed Term Staff framework.

Ethics in action: The moral ground upon which we’ve built our tech has a fault line

Over the last few years, companies and governments, independent councils and working groups, membership organisations and academics have been in a…

My professional experience at Methods and designing a web application

I joined the team as a ServiceNow developer. The team included senior developers who had many years’ experience in ServiceNow. I was warmly welcomed…

Hot off the press: Methods appointed to G-Cloud 11!

We are delighted to have been appointed to the latest iteration of the G-Cloud framework, G-Cloud 11.