Smart Working in the Public Sector 2017
Thursday 11th May, QEII Conference Centre, London SW1P 3EE
Mobile technologies have the potential to free us from many of the constraints associated with the traditional, 20th century view of what work is and of course, where and how it can be carried out. Smart working while in many ways enabled by technology, is equally about creating a new sense of place and of the new workforce culture which will exist within and beyond that place. It is crucial to note that a central concern in all of this change is the health and wellbeing of the workforce.
Following on from the hugely successful The Way We Work series of conferences and once again featuring practical case studies and high level presentations, Smart Working 2017 will explore the positive interactions, interdependencies and examples of best practice that exist across all areas of public service in the new world of work. Much of this activity is being driven by what some may call the perfect storm of budget cuts, workforce and service transformation, workforce and client expectation, and of course, technological advances.
Smart Working 2017 will also feature programmes such as Government Hubs, looking at their impact on the organisations and individuals that will use them and on the places these hubs will be sited in.
We invite you to join with circa 250 of your peers from across all areas of public service as we hear from senior level public sector strategists and operational experts plus representatives the most relevant and innovative private sector solution providers. Early booking is recommended to assure your place and to take advantage of the early bird prices currently available.
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