What Works Scotland’s impact on long-term change in public services and putting Christie into practice, including our impact and activities in Scotland, the UK and abroad.
What Works Scotland has acted as a key catalyst for public service reform in Scotland. Our work has engaged with the system to challenge assumptions, expectations and professionals’ and community practice to enhance the effectiveness of public services and the outcomes they offer for the people they serve.
Here we’ve highlighted some of the tangible indicators of long-term change, which illustrate putting Christie into practice and the direct benefits to individuals and communities.
See our impact on:
- Participatory budgeting
- Place-based approaches
- Evaluability assessment
- Academic innovation and capacity-building
The What Works Scotland activity map shows the localities where we have collaborated on research and highlights some of the places we’ve visited to share experiences of public service reform in Scotland.