The Business Design Centre in London will play host to the conference ‘Services in a Digital World: Leading, Innovating, Delivering’, from 8-10th December 2013.
This conference is to help those responsible for IT in civil society prepare their organisations for the changes ahead. Socitm believes that the successful delivery of digital services is key to riding the economic and technological waves that are reaching our shores.
What role will co-operation and co-creation play and how do you manage these potentially sensitive relationships effectively? Where are the opportunities for innovation? Socitm 2013 offers a unique opportunity to share your stories and learn from others’ experience.
The event starts with an informal networking dinner on the Sunday evening, at which the Leader of Brighton & Hove Council will discuss how public sector organisations can work with voluntary and private sector partners.
Chaired by Michael Cross, the journalist, the main conference content consists of a series of presentations, panel discussions and interactive streams, under the broad headings of leadership, innovation and service delivery – essential concerns for charity IT leaders.
There are many prestigious confirmed speakers from academia, government, third sector and IT commercial sector on a range of topics vital to those of us in the third sector, including personalisation, cross sector collaboration, agile working and smart places / smart use of data.
Click here for the full programme.
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