Future Gov Summit

An innovative forum for ICT and Digital professionals to establish key trends for approaching transformations

  • November 20th - 23rd, 2018
  • InterContinental Wellington

OVERVIEW

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- Discover innovative processes towards transformation
- Discuss the impact of future technologies
- Make systems versatile and responsive to change
- Foster cross-agency collaboration

SPEAKERS

Chris Buxton

Chris Buxton

Chief Digital Officer
Statistics New Zealand

  • Lukasz Zawilski
    Lukasz Zawilski
    Chief Information Officer
    New Zealand Qualifications Authority
  • Richard Kay
    Richard Kay
    Chief Information Officer
    New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
  • John Labou
    John Labou
    Deputy Chief Information Officer
    New Zealand Police
  • Bill Moses
    Bill Moses
    Chief Information Officer
    Commerce Commission

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THE SCHEDULE

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Driving Towards Future Transformation
New Zealand’s digital horizon
Bringing Te Reo to digital
Digital governance
Open data for New Zealand
Impacts of digital transformation
Effective digital scalability
Disruptive technologies and leadership
Engagement transformations
Online rehabilitation
IR transformation and fusing data and digital
Shifting to hybrid models
Digital futures
Discussing a digital New Zealand
From Conception to Delivery
Pre-Summit Workshop - 20 Nov - 09:00- 16:30

Workshop

Leading transformation in a dynamic environment requires anticipation and preparation. This means consistently evolving the approach to instil a culture of adaptability and resilience in the face of uncertainty. 


This workshop builds on existing skills to consider all the aspects of transformation. It will allow participants to explore methods and strategies to navigate ongoing change with confidence. Participants will learn to empower themselves and their team towards future readiness, building momentum for achieving successful results. 


Future readiness

• Understand transformation from all perspectives

• Establish plans and actions

• Lead by example


Transformative states

• Assessing the current state

• Establish the desired future state

• Employ effective practises to bridge present with future


The benefits of transformation

• Benefits realisation management

• Empower ownership of benefits leadership

• Measure and monitor return on investment


Making transformation happen

• Group memory in the workplace

• Plan a course of action

• Bring it all together




Summit Day One - 21 Nov - 09:00- 16:20

Expert Commentary

• The differences in optimisation, transformation and vision

• The importance of innovation in government

• New Zealand as a world leader in digital innovation

  • Nick Gerritsen

    Nick Gerritsen Advisor, Consultant, Visionary Crisp Start Limited

Case Study

The NZ Government is set to launch its new Maori Language Strategy in November 2018. To take advantage of this, department will need to understand the technology available to digitise Te Reo.

-Helping agree a joined-up vision, and aligning this with tangible deliverables quickly.

-Bringing all the elements together (vision, strategy, UX, visual design and Silverstripe execution)

-Collaborative ways of working

  • Kevin Fitzsimons

    Kevin Fitzsimons Senior Digital Consultant Solnet

  • Rob Brough

    Rob Brough Experience Design Consultant Solnet

Expert Commentary

• Solutions to shared platforms

• The role transformation plays to confront digital inequality

• The benefits realisation method in digital transformation

  • Karl Lofgren

    Karl Lofgren Associate Professor Victoria University of Wellington

Case Study

• The responsibility of managing open data

• The advantages it has for New Zealand

• Positioning this trend in the global context

  • Paul Stone

    Paul Stone New Zealand Open Government Data Programme Leader Statistics New Zealand

Panel

• The importance of balancing cost with value added over time

• Effective communication both internally and externally

• Recognise cultural implications in areas of rapid change

  • John Labou

    John Labou Deputy Chief Information Officer New Zealand Police

  • Lisa Harrison

    Lisa Harrison Organisational Transformation Lead Central Hawke’s Bay District Council

  • Pieter Bronkhorst

    Pieter Bronkhorst Chief Technology Officer Hamilton City Council

  • Liam Hodgetts

    Liam Hodgetts Group Manager of Strategy New Plymouth District Council

Case Study

• Affect change that produces value

• Create supportive infrastructure for greater communication

• Work towards usability and intuitive functionality

  • Matt Kennedy- Good

    Matt Kennedy- Good Manager of Business.govt.nz Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Case Study

• The importance of being performance-focussed

• Investing in the “way we work”

• Contextualise project phases for greater success

  • Richard Kay

    Richard Kay Chief Information Officer New Zealand Trade and Enterprise

Summit Day Two - 22 Nov - 09:00- 16:20

Case Study

• Develop back office technology with intuitive front end performance

• Make public engagement simple and practical

• Effective guidance through transformative processes

  • Chris Buxton

    Chris Buxton Chief Digital Officer Statistics New Zealand

Case Study

• Solutions to accessibility

• Transform user interaction

• Balance versatility with precision

  • Matt Saunders

    Matt Saunders Digital Channels Manager Accident Compensation Corporation

  • Josie Brough

    Josie Brough Product Owner Accident Compensation Corporation

Case Study

• The logistics of a multi-stage transformation

• Co-ordinate results that offer future solutions

• The impact on the digital and data landscape

Case Study

• Different growth models to solve different challenges

• Flexibility in building a team encompassing a wide skill-set

• Starting a transformation correctly is vital to building momentum

  • Lukasz Zawilski

    Lukasz Zawilski Chief Information Officer New Zealand Qualifications Authority

Panel

• The challenges and solutions in large scale transformation

• The scalability of current transformation

• The impact investing in the digital space has on New Zealand

  • Bill Moses

    Bill Moses Chief Information Officer Commerce Commission

  • Matt Aldiss

    Matt Aldiss Chief Information Officer Greater Wellington Regional Council

  • James Harper

    James Harper Chief Information Security Officer University of Auckland

  • Wayne Pohe

    Wayne Pohe General Manager of Transformations Health Alliance

Roundtable

• Key ideas and solutions to challenges

• Set achievable and productive targets

• Collaboration for successful projects

  • Nick Gerritsen

    Nick Gerritsen Advisor, Consultant, Visionary Crisp Start Limited

Post-Summit Workshop - 23 Nov - 09:00- 16:30

It is important to contextualise complex transformations into the real driver behind change: the people. No matter how complex, rolling out effective transformations requires these considerations to be at the forefront. Being able to lead people from one phase of the process to another requires developing skills beyond technical acumen. Getting people to focus effectively together allows for greater efficiency when delivering transformation. Led by professional facilitator and trainer, Karl Perry, this interactive workshop will provide practical insights for digital transformation.


Effective leadership styles for a Digital world

• Strategies to move beyond command and control leadership

• Balance the technical and the people

• Define your unique and most effective leadership profile


Simple Tools for Collaborative Planning

• Mind mapping the goal statement

• The conflict cloud

• The prerequisite tree


Leading complex group problem solving to drive better outcomes 

• Answer the leadership dilemma – to bring or not to bring content

• Establish the foundation for effective interpersonal behaviour

• Explore the three necessary conditions for effective group problem-solving


Achievable the un-achievable

• Audacious goals

• Collective intelligence and innovation

• Team ownership and cohesion

• Getting consensus





GETTING HERE / THE LOCATION

InterContinental Wellington

2 Grey Street, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand

+64-4-4722722

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