What if you never ever sent out an internal comms message again?


And rather than focusing on creating internal content, you developed a training package that enabled every one managing a team to engage their staff so that they felt supported, informed, engaged and enthused?

Posted on 12th December 2017

Where have cuts left public sector communications?


Research carried out by LGcommunications and Panacea Software shows that even fewer staff than last year feel they have sufficient time to carry out their work effectively.

Sixty-six per cent of communications teams feel over-stretched, compared with 62 per cent in 2016.

Deep funding cuts in 2014-2016 have led councils to slash staffing levels in their communications teams. It has also been found that trends within the NHS are similar, even if the numbers aren’t quite as drastic.

Posted on 12th December 2017

The Doncaster Snow Gritters, ‘Gritsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Anti-Slip Machiney’ & ‘David Plowie’


With the UK being prone to snow days in the winter, it is clear that local authorities have started to prepare for the extreme weather conditions throughout the country.

Doncaster Council decided to make the most of keeping their roads safe with salt and grit, by taking to twitter to create their very own ‘name the snow gritters’ campaign. Doncaster Council created an engaging competition which allowed their residents to create a range of witty names for their two new snow gritters.

Posted on 12th December 2017

Panacea - Tower Hamlets case study


Tower Hamlets strives to improve service quality and reputation in the face of austerity.

Blog by Panacea Software.

Posted on 12th December 2017

Christmas in Birmingham - winter challenges for local government

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It’s that time of year again - Christmas trees are being lit-up, shops are playing ‘Last Christmas’ on a seemingly endless loop and, as I write this, Birmingham is in the middle of ‘snowmageddon’.

Posted on 12th December 2017

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