The Public Sector Digital Transformation & Optimisation conference will discuss how to implement & maintain change management strategies that ensure your transformation journey is successful, while showcasing the business benefits that emerging trends & technologies have to offer.
Key learnings include
- Realise the potential of new trends & technologies
- Ensure that services are customer centric
- Embed a customer centric culture
- Understand the impacts of new technology on your organisation
- Minimise disruption during the transformation process
- Chief Digital Officer
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Technology Officer
- Digital Transformation
- IT Strategy / Planning
- Service Design
Attend to learn:
- Minimise disruption during transformation process
- Capitalise on new trends & technologies
- Embed a digital first culture that fosters innovation
- Improve collaboration across silos
- KEYNOTE OPENING ADDRESS: Digital Transformation for 2019 – Looking to the future of digital transformation & what this means for the APS
- INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Estonia – The most advanced digital society in the world
- OUT OF SECTOR CASE STUDY: Realising the potential of new technologies
- PANEL DISCUSSION – What impacts will emerging technologies have on organisations
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AGENCY
AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE
Offering 30+ years’ experience in both the Business & IT domains across a broad range of market sectors in Australia and abroad.
Founded 2 Lean start-up businesses and grown them into saleable assets. Although small enterprises the experience of growing a company from the ground up has been invaluable throughout my career. I continued to use the Executive Leadership platform to drive real business change and turn-around stakeholder trust by turning challenges into opportunities.
Delivering complex transformation in a lean and agile way, I aim to create high-performing teams by continuously challenging “we’ve-always-done-that’ thinking and encouraging participation to drive change from within.
DEPARTMENT OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS (NZ)
Ingmar has a Masters degree in Tallinn University of Technology – Business Information Technology on the use of electronic signatures in eGovernment.
In 2002, Ingmar joined the technology competence centre of Ministry of Justice (Centre of Registers) as a specialist in land register management division. During the years Ingmar has had many titles in this institution. To name few: project manager, head of the land register division. Electronic land register implementation, data quality management and integration with E-notary was Ingmar’s main task. The main responsibility has been in relation to court registers process and E-notary development and innovation.
Today Ingmar is responsible for the maintenance and development of land register information system in Estonia. In addition, he is leading the maintenance teams of all court legal registers like Business register, Ships register and e- conveyancing system E-notary.
Moreover, the passion of Ingmar has always been international cooperation activities like ELRA, EBR, EULIS and eJustice.
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