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Blogs A More Digital Defence February 24th 2022

Defence has seen its world change as all areas have over the last two years, but it is fair to say that as a sector we were fairly badly prepared for a world of work that was fully remote. DDAT teams were working overtime to ensure that people could now do their jobs in a way not previously attempted and certainly on a scale that would have taken years to reach. I think this en-masse sheep-dip into remote and hybrid working will have huge benefits, diversifying the workforce and improving resilience.

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Blogs Data Leadership in difficult times February 24th 2022

Public servants have been at the heart of responding to the shocks of Brexit and a global pandemic, both of which followed far too hot on the heels of the 07/08 global financial crisis and the resulting years of austerity. There are some small glimmers that 2022 might offer just a little more capacity for strategic planning, rather than largely tactical responses.

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Blogs Patient centred care needs patient centred planning February 24th 2022

Even in more socially aware times, we can fail to identify that people from the same background can have radically different views and needs. Greater insight into the communities that health bodies care for will be needed.

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Blogs Getting Comfortable with AI Ethics February 24th 2022

People can tend to get a little overwhelmed initially when you bring up the subject of “AI ethics”. The intersection of a complex branch of philosophy with a complex branch of technology and mathematics is not generally a crowd pleaser of a topic.

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Blogs Why pop health is more than data science in a fancy hat February 24th 2022

Population Health Management (PHM) is a term that has become common in healthcare circles in the last few years. At a high level this describes an approach that uses data science to shape care for groups or individual people based on their clinical risks.

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Blogs How to ensure a robust and viable product lifecycle February 24th 2022

Here are 9 things to consider, that will help you ensure a robust and viable product lifecycle

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Blogs Data: A New Direction February 16th 2022

Methods Analytics’ response to the DCMS  consultation on the future of the UK’S Data  Protection regime

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Image of the skyscraper  buildings Blogs Becoming a Data Driven Organisation February 16th 2022

The development and use of digital technologies in recent years has led to a growth in the volumes of data that is being collected, stored, and shared within organisations. Data now influences every part of our lives from recommendations to new TV shows or which adverts or friends we see content from first on social media.

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