• Home Working

    Home workers save employers an average of £6,000 a year each, are 20% more productive and take fewer sick days.

    Employees benefit from a better work life balance and there are other wins e.g. carbon reductions and increased resilience.

    Home Working
     
  • Save £billions

    “Every council could save millions by managing their properties better, using the money to protect frontline services or keep council tax down,” Rt.Hon Eric Pickles MP, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.

    Talk to us about how we can help!

    Save £billions
     
  • 21st Century Office

    Touchdown, hot desks, clear desk policies and collaborative work spaces are terms we’re beginning to hear more often. We can help you understand the issues and develop new workstyles that will increase efficiency and save you money.

    21st Century Office
     
  • Public Sector Nomads

    We facilitate the Public Sector Nomads membership forum, the successor to the eGov Project Nomad. We aim to share content, tools and advice on mobile & flexible working across the public sector.

    www.PublicSectorNomads.com

    Public Sector Nomads
     
  • Events & Conferences

    We deliver conferences, seminars and workshops on all aspects of mobile and flexible working and related technology enabled change.

    Talk to us about how we can help you implement new ways of working.

    Events & Conferences
     
  • Events & Conferences

    We deliver conferences, seminars and workshops on all aspects of mobile and flexible working and related technology enabled change.

    Talk to us about how we can help you implement new ways of working.

    Events & Conferences
     
  • Mobile Working

    We have considerable experience of mobile working implementations across a range of functions. We can advise and consult on your requirements, recommend solutions and help develop the business case.

    Mobile Working
     
  • Flexible Working

    Flexible working, also often referred to as agile or anywhere working, is increasingly taking hold as employers look to reduce cost and employees benefit from less commuting and a better work life balance.

    Flexible Working
     

Digital Nomads specialise in understanding the digital & mobile revolutions and in advising organisations on how to apply new technologies to increase efficiency.

Changing the way we work and redesigning workspaces can deliver enormous savings (estimated at £7bn across local government). Read about our skills and expertise in this area.

Ken Eastwood, Director at Digital Nomads, facilitating a session at a major local government conference. Read more about events and workshops and how we can help you implement change.

Digital Nomads also help organisations understand how social media can make them more efficient, transparent and collaborative. We can advise on strategy, technologies and train users.


Fife Council has embarked on an ambitious programme enabling staff to work flexibly and we recognise that management approaches and cultural change are key in supporting the transition to new ways of working. Digital Nomads have provided a key element of facilitation and training which has been very well received by managers and rated highly in terms of quality and effectiveness. Their experience, independence and practical approach have been invaluable in supporting the change required.–Jill Pritchard, Business Change Manager ‘Think Flexible’, Fife Council.

Digital Nomads were critical to the success of our major 'All Change, New Horizons in Local Government' conference, particularly introducing Chief Executives and Leaders to the benefits of Social Media and a new style of debate and challenge. A significant factor was the work that the team did in advance to create a network of Social Reporters to generate considerable interest and discussion. The day far exceeded any of our expectations.–Sue Banks, Director Improvement & Efficiency West Midlands

The digital agenda is at the heart of Barnsley Council’s plans for the borough, its economy, its citizens and communities, and for us as an organisation.  The directors at Digital Nomads played a key role in that when they worked for us and we have been delighted to bring them back in as independents to support us in a wide range of projects, from back office functions to citizen engagement.–Martin Cantor, Executive Officer to the Chief Executive, Barnsley MBC