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April 5th, 2017
A more inclusive digital style of government with agile project management techniques such as discovery process maps, data wrangling, mystery shoppers, lowest cost proof of concept, fail fast, Trello roadmaps and crowdsourced policy development builds on the right KPIs, meaningful CPD and undervalued taxpayer goodwill and now the key difference in any government league table…
The April event will include an informal insight into a G7 digital strategy with Toby Bellwood, previously the Australian national lead on international engagement via the global Open Government Partnership and more recently a national lead via the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet to accelerate internal digital transformation and to prioritise, surface and visualise untapped public information to help maximise productivity in the private sector or maximise social impact in the voluntary sector.
His interview at Code for Australia highlights that anyone that knows Excel can contribute to economic development or to meaningful social impact.
DXW are a digital agency based in London within the legendary Silicon Roundabout tech ecosystem and behind key UK projects such as the Department for International Trade’s Great Business export campaign website — winner of the DMA public sector website of the year 2016 — and the blogging platform at the Government Digital Service that supports the open innovation policy.
Vanessa Williams will explain a digital transformation journey with Thames Valley Housing.
Thursday, 13 April 2017 – Doors open 1730** (for 1800 start) to 1930 – Barrule Suite, 5th Floor, Tynwald (enter via public entrance on Finch Road)
** Networking opportunity, with complimentary soft drinks and pizza, from 1730 – 1800.
March 2nd, 2017
Smart buildings and offices face challenges including poor employee and member reporting functionality, unauthorised entries, impersonal front-of-house service, lack of synchronicity between decentralised premises, functions and poor visitor management. All of these pose a threat not only to security, but also to the level of employee satisfaction, as well as a duty of care in high rise buildings.
Paul Sheedy, CEO, Reward Technology Limited is a leading authority on smart city technology with registered patents and trade secrets and unique insights on related subjects such as loyalty schemes, retail beacons, Internet of Things and digital id cards. He is based at Level39 in Canary Wharf, the largest tech accelerator in Europe and a successful exporter via UK Department for International Trade trade missions.
The speaker will explore the technical and human factors and then host questions and answers from the audience.
When: Friday, March 10, 2017 – Doors open 1730** (for start at 1800) to 1930 (BST)
Where: Barrule Suite, 5th Floor, Tynwald (enter via public entrance on Finch Road)
** Networking opportunity, with complimentary soft drinks and light refreshments, from 1730 – 1800.
Note: BCS members who attend this event may request a CPD certificate, which will be provided at no charge. Non-members may also request a CPD certificate; there will be a £5 charge for non-members who request a CPD certificate, this needs to be paid to a BCS Isle of Man committee member at the event.