LIKE! has been developing new ways for cities and communities to use data – to design and deliver better services, and to make better policy decisions for communities.
The ‘Creating Digital DNA’ work in LIKE! has focused on 3 areas: 1) Digital dashboards, 2) Local data for local services, and 3) the Internet of things (IoT).
A key risk faced by many projects is they didn’t make sure that they had enough staff to deliver what they promised.
I’ll tell you why this is such a big deal to funders and managers, and how you can change your approach to better manage this risk.
I spent three years managing the Smart Cities Academic Network, which was set up to provide support to the Smart Cities Project. This case study summarises the SCAN approach and identifies the key outcomes.
This is a bibliography of resources and articles that focus on modernity and post-modernity and place – some cover consumption/specific places.
In my experience the key thing delaying the start of research projects is staff availability – whether you have access to the people you need, or if you need to recruit and how ready to recruit you (and your organisation) are.