Best Practice Publications
TW3 Guide to Smart Working in Government Guide (long version PDF 5MB)
A detailed guide to the new ways of working brought in through the Civil Service Reform programme containing practical advice and case studies.
A guide to the new ways of working brought in through the Civil Service Reform programme which will enable all parts of the Civil Service to work seamlessly across locations, and at times that are more advantageous to citizens, employees and taxpayers.
The Cabinet Office’s TW3 (The Way We Work) top tips for smarter working.
This book captures and explores UK government workplace developments and emerging good practice in order to inform, encourage and support wider improvement and innovation, across both the public and private sectors.
Working Beyond Walls continues research from the earlier publication (Working Without Walls) and is a collaboration between the OGC and DEGW. It explores the role of the workplace as an agent for change and describes a vision for government workplaces of the future.
Best Practice Case Studies
This new office development illustrates how to achieve exemplary standards in environmental design and procurement. The test of its ultimate success will be in matching these with its operational use of energy over the long term. To help in this process everyone entering and leaving the building can see how much energy is being generated on site against energy consumed from the real-time display positioned at the building’s entrance.
Consolidating the operations of five offices across Sheffield within one new regional headquarters, this project demonstrates how sustainable requirements for its design, procurement and operation are delivered within the demanding constraints of a commercially funded inner-city development.
This project involved the redevelopment of Government Offices Great George Street (GOGGS), a grade II* listed landmark, to house the Treasury, as part of a PFI agreement to provide high-standard, serviced office accommodation for the next 35 years. The case study examines the project aims, identifies the achievements and considers the lessons learned.
The Ministry of Defence completed a major redevelopment of its HQ in Whitehall. With the objective to deliver a better building, better equipped, with better processes and working practices to provide more efficient direction to Britain’s defence operations. This case study focuses on the change, communications, and business benefit delivery programmes.