Slides from SDNUK16 Now Available

Slides from the SDN UK conference in London that happened last June are now available online.

Slides from the SDN UK conference in London that happened last June are now available online.

Those who were there can have a secound look to jog their memory on all the great talks that happened during the full day of service design disucssions. 

If you weren't in London around that time, the presentations offer a great preview of what you can expect to see in the upcoming confrences SDN is organizing, such as SDGC16. 

Thanks again to all the great speakers for making it a fun and informative event!

Take a look:

Paul Thurston- We need to talk about the future

James Samperi and Emma Watkins- The proof is in your people

Joel Bailey-  Triple impact

Toby Norman & Nathaniel Giraitis-  The Last Mile

Mark Priestley-  Why experimentation is the new operational model

Nick de Leon-  Managing by Design

Louise Downe- Designing for Government Digital Service

 

More information and impressions from SDNUK16 here

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