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Published on October 31, 2019

Expanding upon the success of the 3rd annual Public Sector Innovation Show in Australia, PSN’s Public Sector Innovation will be coming to New Zealand in November 2018.

Join 120+ of your peers in Wellington this November and take part in the inaugural gathering of public sector leaders in New Zealand, who will be taking a different look at how we can better deliver government services, using innovative new ways of thinking, and transforming the way we develop and deliver services, using new tools, technologies, and processes.

The conference will be divided into a plenary and two streams to focus on:

– Tools and Technologies
– People and Processes

Tools and Technologies
Technology has a critical role in the positive transformation of government; from the upgrading of legacy IT systems, to transitioning of government policy-making and service delivery towards digital models, transferring data and services to the cloud and front edge leading advances like automation and machine learning. Latest developments in ICT and the digital government will be showcased throughout the Public Sector Innovation Show conference program.

People and Processes
Underpinning all positive change to government administration, process transformation and innovation will be at the forefront of the Public Sector Show agenda. Topics to be explored will be around achieving citizen-centric service delivery, policy-making and service design, leadership fundamentals, agile and rapid approaches to new government service design, and progress towards empowering innovation in government workforces.

Rosalie Nelson, General Manager, Strategy Impact and Insights, Callaghan Innovation – New
Zealand’s Innovation Agency takes a moment to chat to PSN-TV in this behind the scenes interview.

If you’re a Government employee join the Public Sector Network for free today to access captured presentations from our events on PSN-TV and a heap of other resources – www.publicsectornetwork.co

Interview with Rosalie Nelson, Callaghan Innovation

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