Thriving in a digital economy

For most public sector employees, digital innovation has up to now meant little more than electronic payments and online newsletters. Most of us don’t have robots deciding our delivery pathways, software programs writing our policies, or automated vehicles carrying our personnel. But all that is about to change…

Public Sector Week is delighted to welcome two of Australia’s preeminent innovators to tell us just what to expect as digital channels and technologies transform our sector. This is not a session for last week’s pioneers, but a mind-opening appraisal of the digital trends, technologies and relationships that are disrupting the way we plan and deliver services – now and forever.

Come and join PwC’s Head of Innovation, Kate Bennett Eriksson, fondly described as the ‘matriarch’ of the AT&T Foundry in Silicon Valley, and Digital Services Partner Monty Hamilton – co-founder of UBank and Telstra’s Belong – as they chart the progress and possibilities for the next public sector revolution.

Bring your notebook – and a boundless imagination!


Timings
9.30am-10.45am: Session part one
10.45am-11.15am: Morning tea break
11.15am-12.30pm: Session part two
12.30pm-1.30pm: Lunch

Online bookings are now closed. Call our ticket hotline on (03) 9653 2000 or email events@vic.ipaa.org.au to purchase any tickets, or alternatively come down to register and pay on the day. Be sure to check our website for information about availability.

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Thursday 17 Aug

9:30AM - 1:30PM


Speakers:

Leighton WellsKate Bennett ErikssonMonty HamiltonSheree RubensteinAlvaro Maz

Grand Ballroom 3


Pricing:

Corporate Member $330
Personal Member $295
Non-Member $450

10% discount applies for groups of 10. Select a group of 10 when booking to receive this discount


Inclusions:

Arrival tea and coffee

Morning tea

Lunch


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