National Local Government Information Management Conference
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This conference had a strong focus on data and information management in the new digital workplace and included: significant transformative case studies from around Australia, international learnings and Federal Government policies.
- Data is the new oil: we need to find it, extract it, refine it, distribute it and monetize it
- Big Data: the new organisational currency providing better outcomes for communities
- A majority of public sector data originates in local government
- Data is now a major council asset that can drive innovation and productivity
- The Digital Workplace: moving from compliance to value adding
- Is you council an employer of choice or liable for disruption?
- How does my council gain access to this digital world?
Over the last five years we have seen significant growth in the way organisations think about their data as an asset that can drive value to the bottom line through innovation and productivity.
No longer is it sufficient to provide competent processes to identify, collect, store, deliver and treat content. To be competitive in today’s environment organisations must leverage their digital assets creating value from the insights that real-time effective data analytics can provide.
So what does this value look like and how should local governments move from a traditional view of content (records) management to become competent in the new world of digital data analytics?
This conference has a strong focus on data and information management in the new digital workplace, including:
- Significant transformative case studies from around Australia
- International learnings
- Federal Government policies.
Who should attend?
CEOs, Directors, Managers of Information, Systems, Records, GIS, Human Resources, Innovation, Business Improvement, Organisational Development, ICT, Corporate Planning Customer Services as well as Service Planners and anyone with an interest in local government business transformation.