Exploring digital skills needed for a digitally transformed public service

Fri, 29th October 2021, 11:30am-1pm, ONLINE

What skills do we need to digitally transform Aotearoa's public service?

This GOVIS Lunchtime Forum will include a diverse panel discussion on what skills are needed in a modern, digitally enabled public service, including skills needed for user-centric service delivery, for policy innovation, for modern IT and architecture, plus a little about digital skills for social and cultural inclusion inclusion.

Our esteemed panel will have 8 mins each as a teaser, following by a Q&A session, and the GOVIS committee can do a follow-up event on any particular area of interest to GOVIS members:

  • Service Design for better public services - Matthew McCallum (MBIE)
  • Digital skills for a modern public service architecture & IT - Lee Dowsett (DIA)
  • Digital skills for policy including experimentation based, user centred, iterative and multidisciplinary development - Emily Mason (Frank Advice)
  • Equitable, intercultural co-design skills for more participatory governance on policies and services - Arama Maitara (Walk Together Design)
  • Changing IT skills in a digital world - Simon Morris (ITP Wellington Branch Committee)
  • The digital skills needed for information management today - Mick Crouch (Archives New Zealand)
  • The skills needed to move towards a virtual and empowered public service workforce - Pia Andrews

    This event will be ONLINE, and attendees will be sent connection details upon registering.

    Register here.