Over the past two years, we have not only adopted new media for work such as remote working technology, digital service and collaboration tools; we have also seen change and innovation to the way we work.
We’ve seen greater use of project methods, like regular stand-ups or kanbans to openly manage the work of teams. We’ve seen innovative new practices in engaging clients and understanding their needs. We’ve seen earlier, more regular engagement of stakeholders and decision makers, driving more rapid decision making. We’ve seen expectations of a “9 to 5” day blown wide open, along with more transparent conversations about fatigue, work-life balance and wellbeing.
So as the public sector finds its new rhythm and prepares for a year of further change, including federal and state elections,
Join us to hear from senior public sector leaders and workforce experts about:
- what we have learnt from the challenges the public service has worked through during the pandemic
- how we can work better for our clients and for staff experience
- key insights into how we can continue the momentum to create a more flexible, sustainable, people centred future of work.
Adam Fennessy PSM
Commissioner, Victorian Public Sector CommissionRead More
Deputy Secretary, North Division, Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH)
Partner, Digital Transfomation – Workforce and ChangeRead More
Nina Cullen (Host)
CEO, IPAA VictoriaRead More
PwC, PartnerRead More