The Future of Work and The Future of Workers
Karen Grave President of the PPMA and John Blackwell of Quora Consulting talking change and challenges in the workplace
We all know that there will be massive changes in the nature of work and the demands on workers in the near and medium term. We even know what some of those changes will look like. What is not so clear, perhaps, is how the demands on HR managers and those who must take a strategic view of what tomorrow's workforce will look like and what will be expected of them, will change over the next few years. Second guessing the future (planning) was never easy but now the speed and violence of change is making planning tomorrow's workforce, who they are, where they work, how and why they are employed is ever more complex. Are we at a tipping point or have we fallen off a cliff? Working Lunch No 17 takes us on a whistlestop tour of some of the key questions and offers a few solutions along the way.
CLG Live 2018 - Local Government & the Digital Citizen is something new, half live event, half television programme. Ten expert led discussions, looking forward to the next chapter in the transformation of local government.
On 27th June sixty people, change leaders all, will meet at 58 Victoria Embankment (the NESTA building two minutes walk from London Blackfriars Station) for ten, televised, peer and expert-led discussions. And after the creative stimulation, the networking and the seeding of future collaborations the outcome will be ten CLGdotTV programmes viewable on-demand in the following months with your voice on the sound track and your face on the marquee.
These facilitated conversations intended for anyone involved in transformation, service design and delivery, customer services and the use of data for planning and decision-making will be presented in the webTV format we have developed for Connected Local Government.TV (@CLGdotTV) There will be no powerpoints and the conversations which will span silos and break down hierarchies will carry-on long after the day is over. Why are we doing this? Because in local government it is no longer enough just to do things differently we must do different things.
Join Brett Leahy - Chief Planner at Milton Keynes Council David Wilde – Director dwilde consulting Hilary Simpson - Founder Sleuth Cooperative Ian Litton - Director Positive Attributes Jane Hancer – Director of innovation CC2i Lianne Viney - Product Director Kirklees BetterCare Marc Greenwood - Head of Business Systems Coventry City Council David Watts - Director of Adults Services City of Wolverhampton Council Mark Cridge - Chief Executive mySociety Susannah Goh foundeing director Institute for Health and the Quality of Life Birmingham City University Mark Thompson - Strategy director Methods Group Martin Sadler - formerly director of ICT at Walsall Council Brad Smith - Web services manager Hertfordshire County Council Natasha Epstein - Contract Manager South London Waste Partnership Mark Nicholas - NHS Digital Joe Tibbetts Founder CLGdotTV Shane O'Neill – Chairman Elgin Vicky Sargent Better Connected & 43 more on June 27th
get heard, get seen, get smart, be one of #the60
Delegates can choose not to appear on camera but the content from each of the 10 sessions will be captured on video and made into webTV programmes. In the months after the event additional programmes focusing on the issues that arise on the day will also be made drawing on footage captured on the day.
Topics for discussion will include:
Customer accounts, identity and registration, .
Townhall or Whitehall? Who should commission council digital services?
Learning from data.
Webstats, customer data and demographics.
Supporting behaviour change
The Local Plan
Citizen engagement and ownership of place
Regulation for better communities
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