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CLGdotPOD

By Joe Tibbetts

CLGdotPOD - talking local government - regular podcasts for, about and by those involved in (or just interested in) Local Government.

  1. 1.
    Public services are ahead of business when it comes to service design05/26/2020
    15:32
  2. 2.
    Councils need to beware of fraud as they distribute £30bn to SMEs says Cifas05/15/2020
    18:01
  3. 3.
    Covid-19 turns waste collection upside down prompting innovative response04/28/2020
    17:11
  4. 4.
    World Wide Waste 3/3: our digital consumption is out of control04/27/2020
    10:11
  5. 5.
    Coronavirus impact on care sector follows years of low status and neglect04/15/2020
    13:23
  6. 6.
    World Wide Waste 2/3: business is squandering digital’s green potential04/14/2020
    14:23
  7. 7.
    World Wide Waste 1/3: doing stuff online is good for the environment - right?04/06/2020
    12:05
  8. 8.
    Online self-assessment for local authority social care support in prospect by Autumn03/24/2020
    13:41
  1. 9.
    Undergrad to digital care entrepreneur: how a grandfather’s diagnosis inspired development of home monitoring hub03/15/2020
    8:03
  2. 10.
    The ‘tech’ of data sharing is easy: getting agreement between different parties in the system is the hard bit02/11/2020
    5:01
  3. 11.
    ‘Really tangible benefits’ of digital support for unpaid care are here, now01/25/2020
    5:12
  4. 12.
    MapLondon event December 19: speakers discuss data, digital mapping, planning, and citizen engagement01/18/2020
    14:20
  5. 13.
    Recovery from election fraud: the Tower Hamlets story01/14/2020
    11:26
  6. 14.
    Could a digital approach solve care managers' and providers’ problems with medicines support?11/20/2019
    4:24
  7. 15.
    Councils collaborate to explore digital potential in administration of new Liberty Protection Safeguards11/20/2019
    4:15
  8. 16.
    WM ADASS: immersive data presentation will change health & care commissioning10/23/2019
    6:29
  9. 17.
    ‘It's never gone this well!’ – council service teams on building their own IT10/21/2019
    10:46
  10. 18.
    Transformation done right is ‘with’ and not ‘to’ says LB Havering team10/15/2019
    24:03
  11. 19.
    Counter Measures No4 - how a trusted member of staff committed a £2.1m fraud and what LB Barnet did next10/10/2019
    28:13
  12. 20.
    Planning across place is key to tackling challenges of ageing populations10/09/2019
    15:12
  13. 21.
    Doteveryone on regulating for responsible technology10/09/2019
    23:40
  14. 22.
    Counter Measures No3 - Durham's anti fraud team recovers £4.5m since 201507/18/2019
    25:30
  15. 23.
    West Midlands Workforce Alliance creates "safe space" for challenging health and social care discussions07/16/2019
    21:41
  16. 24.
    Leaders & Leadership 3 - leadership in a digital world06/28/2019
    26:04
  17. 25.
    Free Thinking 1 - Innovation strategies in the public sector06/23/2019
    30:52
  18. 26.
    Free Thinking 2 – people need training to be as ‘human’ as bots06/23/2019
    29:55
  19. 27.
    Circular Economy Show 4 - Biomimicry, new questions for old answers06/18/2019
    30:17
  20. 28.
    Future of Work 406/16/2019
    24:52
  21. 29.
    The Circular Economy Show No306/08/2019
    47:51
  22. 30.
    A safe place for whistleblowers06/08/2019
    27:52
  23. 31.
    Digital maps get more people more involved in the local community04/25/2019
    31:29
  24. 32.
    Councils, households and businesses face major changes from Government Waste Strategy04/25/2019
    28:48
  25. 33.
    Fraud may not feature as a council corporate risk – but should do04/24/2019
    26:25
  26. 34.
    Innovation: every council should have a team like ours04/17/2019
    31:21
  27. 35.
    Using data to understand and change travel behaviours04/14/2019
    36:10
  28. 36.
    Apprentices urge councils to promote the opportunity more widely in local schools04/13/2019
    27:35
  29. 37.
    AI could solve capacity problems faced by local planning authorities04/10/2019
    36:10
  30. 38.
    Rough sleepers are just the tip of the homelessness iceberg04/01/2019
    40:40
  31. 39.
    Better insight and information could help social care providers and consumers to a more positive future view03/20/2019
    21:08
  32. 40.
    IoT device count in care predicted to rise to ‘billions’ in a few years02/24/2019
    39:34
  33. 41.
    Public anxiety about drones could stymie real economic and social benefits02/15/2019
    41:47
  34. 42.
    Ask your taxi driver: ‘do you live in a smart city?’02/15/2019
    39:34
  35. 43.
    Public sector yet to get smart about workforce02/13/2019
    38:22
  36. 44.
    Deprioritising tech may be the smart route to public service transformation02/12/2019
    39:18
  37. 45.
    Will Defra’s new Resources and Waste Strategy deliver the ‘circular economy’?01/31/2019
    46:22
  38. 46.
    Cannabis: legal in the UK this year or any time soon?01/31/2019
    42:00
  39. 47.
    How can public sector take up of SME innovation be increased?01/21/2019
    20:17
  40. 48.
    Sharing births, marriages & deaths data to improve services and reduce fraud01/21/2019
    18:12
  41. 49.
    Open Street Map: should the public sector be making more use of this asset?01/17/2019
    23:28
  42. 50.
    Councils sought for Care xchange ‘discovery’ project set to disrupt agency model01/08/2019
    12:44
  43. 51.
    MHCLG says replicability is key benefit sought as first 16 Local Digital Fund projects announced12/21/2018
    28:29
  44. 52.
    DEFRA and COP24 (Katowice Climate Summit) unleash a perfect storm of environmental policy12/20/2018
    15:37
  45. 53.
    UN secretary-general warns that failing to get to grips with climate change will be "not only immoral but suicidal".12/13/2018
    30:39
  46. 54.
    Delivering This Smart Life and IoT to remote rural communities requires innovation and a can-do mind set12/12/2018
    12:39
  47. 55.
    Essex CC and FutureGov: improving outcomes around hospital discharge12/10/2018
    40:00
  48. 56.
    How York City’s smart transport programme is enabled by 2010 decision on fixed fibre investment12/09/2018
    20:02
  49. 57.
    Neighbourhoods made accessible with crowd sourced data and map app that speaks12/04/2018
    23:06
  50. 58.
    Dylan Roberts on building a smarter Leeds #2 connectivity12/04/2018
    12:06
  51. 59.
    Making the most of the tech opportunity in social care11/28/2018
    41:02
  52. 60.
    An Audience With CLGdotTV No3 - What now for social care? Will the Green Paper ever arrive?11/15/2018
    34:00
  53. 61.
    Thinking differently about residential care: what does the data say?11/15/2018
    24:02
  54. 62.
    Social care: benefits of ‘extra care’ approaches and why demand outstrips supply11/15/2018
    23:38
  55. 63.
    Pitching for government business becoming affordable for SMEs thanks to CCS, GDS, MHCLG collaboration11/15/2018
    21:07
  56. 64.
    Unpaid carers: sorely undervalued in spite of being worth ‘a second NHS’11/14/2018
    30:46
  57. 65.
    Interesting Times no3. Vicky Sargent and Dylan Roberts: the collaborative, digital, approach to health and wellbeing in Leeds10/10/2018
    11:15
  58. 66.
    WARNING SOME PEOPLE MAY FIND THIS CONTENT UPSETTING An estimated 4,000 teenagers in London alone are involved in county lines drug dealing.10/07/2018
    26:42
  59. 67.
    There is much, understandable anxiety in Local Authority Land around the near collapse of our social care systems10/02/2018
    2:00
  60. 68.
    Steve Johnson Regional Director, Northern Europe at Ruckus Networks. in conversation with Joe Tibbetts09/27/2018
    27:10
  61. 69.
    Local Digital programme from MHCLG steps up a gear with £7.5m fund09/26/2018
    25:55
  62. 70.
    A new Social Care and Support Guide launched on NHS.UK 27th September09/26/2018
    26:07
  63. 71.
    Arrests for dealing cannabis are going down among adults but going up among young people09/22/2018
    29:36
  64. 72.
    Can young people ever be safe in an uncontrolled drugs market?09/21/2018
    38:29
  65. 73.
    Cyber security is no longer the exclusive concern of governments, police forces and big organisations.09/21/2018
    31:33
  66. 74.
    We have seen the future of work and it works!09/21/2018
    24:08
  67. 75.
    Why ‘data camps’ are no longer just for geeks09/21/2018
    27:31
  68. 76.
    Smart stab vests and geolocating for frontline blue-light services. Smart gets mobile.09/20/2018
    14:59
  69. 77.
    The state of drug treatment in the United Kingdom09/15/2018
    24:19
  70. 78.
    Bluffers run the country09/10/2018
    25:47
  71. 79.
    The English Lake District is a UNESCO World Heritage Site09/10/2018
    22:40
  72. 80.
    Council websites will need to raise their game to meet new EU requirements says GDS accessibility chief09/01/2018
    24:44
  73. 81.
    Martin Reeves CEO Coventry and SOLACE lead on LG finance on the crisis in local government08/31/2018
    26:21
  74. 82.
    Cyber Crime - Andy Bates of the Global Cyber Alliance talks to Joe Tibbetts08/29/2018
    5:55
  75. 83.
    Interesting Times - Vicky Sargent & Dave Briggs No208/28/2018
    14:58
  76. 84.
    Arts and Culture are recognised as powerful drivers for cohesive, safe, sustainable communities08/09/2018
    26:11
  77. 85.
    Artificial Intelligence in the delivery of Social care, social housing, mental health & council services08/06/2018
    10:18
  78. 86.
    Quality Assurance for Care Homes08/03/2018
    7:34
  79. 87.
    The People Vs Tech08/02/2018
    31:23
  80. 88.
    Graeme McDonald of SOLACE and Andrew Haldenby of REFORM on the future for local government07/26/2018
    24:36
  81. 89.
    Interesting Times No1 Vicky Sargent & Dave Briggs No107/04/2018
    12:04
  82. 90.
    Women, leadership and the public sector06/25/2018
    17:45
  83. 91.
    Mark Rogers talking "leadership"06/24/2018
    12:34

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