10th Public Sector Transformation 2016

Moving from a Transactional Roleto Business Partner through Automation, Digitisation, Self Serivce, Outsourcing and DataAnalytics

Customer expectations of speed and quality of service delivery are higher than ever. But budgetary restrictions and limited resources are putting a strain on the public sector. The challenges are threefold, how can the public sector deliver high quality services while achieving cost efficiencies with limited resources.

It’s time for re-evaluation and reflection of existing models and planning for change. With this in mind Public Sector Transformation 2016 has been designed to address strategies, delivery models and technology that agencies can harness to meet customer expectations and achieve cost savings. 

  • Automation and self service as an alternative to offshoring and outsourcing

  • Re-evaluating existing models and identifying KPIs and metrics that are a true measure of success

  • Addressing the workforce challenge: Developing an agile workforce to keep up with changing agency demands

  • Navigating a risk averse, process driven environment to drive change

  • Leveraging data analytics and business intelligence to advise better decisions

  • Gearing up the back-office to support and drive innovation

  • And much more

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What will you learn at the Public Sector Transformation Forum 2016?

 

Efforts to develop a whole-of-government approach to shared services to leverage economies of scale

 

Creating standardised processes across multiple government departments to improve efficiency and effectiveness

 

Lessons learned from previous council mergers and the decommissioned reforms in Western Australia

 

Leveraging outsourcing and contestability to deliver higher value, cost effective services

 

Creating a high performance culture and overcoming change fatigue

Also, new for this year, the event will include case studies from utilities, reflecting the common challenges of limited budget and resistance to change faced by both sectors, and will also include a local government focus day, to address the specific issues faced by councils around Australia in light of the decommissioned WA reforms and NSW’s proposed ‘fit for the future’ amalgamations.

Who will you meet at the Public Sector Transformation 2016?

This event has been designed to provide a platform for the public sector to realise the benefits of shared services, outsourcing, process excellence and culture change.

 

Director General

 

Head of Shared Services

 

Director/ Head of Business Transformation/ Finance/ HR/Procurement/ Contestability/ Business Services/ Administrative Services

 

DOJ/SFO

 

General Manager

 

Chief Executive Officer

 

Head of Operations

 

Assistant Commissioner

 

Head of Reform


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