The hybrid future of work
Friday 10 September 2021
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO ILLNESS
How do we manage cultural cultural change in our way of working and public service delivery?
The switch to home working necessitated by lockdown proved remarkably successful for the public sector, effectively realising the long sought vision of mobile and flexible working overnight. But with the return to offices now in progress, what does the future hold?
In this live webcast we will explore how digital leaders can ensure the technology meets the needs of our workforce, citizens and patients:
- How do we make the virtual experience better for people, regardless of location?
- Are our systems robust and secure from wherever we need to work?
- Can they interoperate seamlessly across whatever platforms are being used?
- Can we use technology to improve accessibility and champion inclusivity?
- And, how do we focus on individual wellbeing whilst enabling teams to work to their best potential? ....
Join the conversation!
PUBLIC SECTOR DELEGATES ORDERING BEFORE 1ST SEPTEMBER will receive a ‘healthy eating’ refreshment pack from our programme partner, Webex by Cisco, to enjoy during the webcast – please add your delivery details where indicated on the registration form!
Who should attend?
This one hour live webcast is free to attend for the public sector.
All those involved in enabling the future of hybrid work for their organisation, including, but not limited to: Local Authority / NHS / Police / Fire / Housing Chief Information Officers, HR, Chief Digital Officers, Heads of IT, Heads of and Leads for Finance and line of business departments, Members, Heads / Leaders in Digital and Data, Heads of Customer Services, Transformation or Change
This event is designed specifically for the UK public sector - please register using your public sector email. Please note that registrations from personal email addresses may be rejected.
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