As chief researcher at the Scottish Government, Zoe Ferguson was instrumental in establishing What Works Scotland. in June 2015 she reflected on the journey so far.
Francesca Ainsworth, Sophie Humphries and Ally Macleod from Aberdeenshire Council highlight their plans for working with What Works Scotland in December 2014.
Karen Seditas and Sarah Morton share details of the What Works Scotland Evidence Bank being developed from January 2015 to support the use of evidence in public service reform.
Mini-biographies of two of the research associates when they started working for What Works Scotland in the case study areas, West Dunbartonshire and Glasgow.
Dr Alison Elliot of the University of Edinburgh presented her thoughts at the launch of What Works Scotland on 26 June 2014, and that it represents the coming of age of the Christie proposals for transforming public services in Scotland
A chapter in a new book about participatory budgeting world-wide examines how PB effects public sector reform, community empowerment and social justice in Scotland.
Ken Gibb of What Works Scotland reflects on an event focused around the enhanced delivery of the Government’s ongoing housing strategy, and how it is relevant to What Works Scotland.