Find out how to use a pre-mortem to anticipate what can go right and wrong in your project before you start. Pre-mortems can help teams to reflect on risks from a new perspective and spot opportunities they may have missed.
Colin Pattinson is a Product Manager at the Department for Health and Social Care
As a product manager at the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), my job revolves around supporting colleagues to deliver better services and products. Sometimes this means pairing with a team for a longer period of time and sometimes …
The Health Product People community was started in January 2018 to bring together people working on digital services across the health and care space to share ideas, collaborate and work together to solve problems. The Health Product People community builds …
Part of my role as a product manager at the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) is to help assure that ‘digital’ things being made in health and social care meet certain standards. Whether it’s a new website or …
This guest blogpost is from Colin Pattinson - a digital and technology (DAT) fast streamer. Colin took part in the IBM challenge during his placement in the Department of Health Digital Strategy team.
As a digital and technology fast streamer, I’ve just finished a 6 month stint as a business analyst in the DH digital team. My previous posting was at Navy HQ on Whale Island in Portsmouth, working on cyber security and data …
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