Achieving Cultural Change to Maximise the Impact of Digital Initiatives
9th Floor, Studio Venues, 67 Hope St. Glasgow, G2 6AE  Location

Public Sector attendees only
Private Sector interest contact nick@pscsfdotorgdotuk

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Attendee Organisations: 

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A 1 day event looking at how Local Gov organisations can develop and foster cultural change (from an Analog to a Digital Culture) within Transformation teams and the organisation as a whole, to maximise the Impact & Return on Digital Initiatives.

We will be looking at the characteristics of a Digital Culture and looking at how LAs can replicate/adopt these characteristics and how Local Gov organisations are achieving this.

Characteristics such as:

Being Proactive rather than Reactive
Being Customer Centric
Having a Lean Product Canvas rather than a Detailed Business Plan
Making it acceptable to Fail Fast rather than Risk Adverse
Development of Cross-functional teams rather than Departmental Silos

Confirmed GovSharers include:

Kenneth Jensen, Head of Transformation, Frederikssund Kommune (Denmark) & Member of the Advisory Board of the Agency of Digitisation in Denmark

Kate Hurr, Digital Transformation Manager & Craig Barker, Digital & Website Improvement Manager, Cumbria County Council

Liz Hoskin, Behaviour and Culture Change Specialist, Positive Qualities

Further information regarding agenda, timings, workshops and interactive roundtables to follow.


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