2021 AGENDA

09:00

OPEN GOVERNMENT, DATA & CROSS-SECTOR COLLABORATION

09:10

09:40

  • Open government initiatives for the delivery of citizen centric digital outcomes 
  • What benefits does opening data up for reuse have for government, the private sector and the public? 
  • Sharing and utilising high-quality, compatible datasets that build cross-departmental services for citizen’s needs. 

10:20

DATA & DIGITAL INNOVATION, TRANSFORMATION & SECURITY 

10:50

  • Unpacking the Digital Councils recent research report and subsequent recommendations to government 
  • Making the recommendations a reality and moving the needle towards a more equitable, resilient, and flourishing digital future for Aotearoa. 
  • How all government agencies and many private organisations have a big role to play 

11:35

  • How Wellington City Council overcome barriers to their digital innovation 
  • Improving the culture of inter-governmental collaboration to drive digital innovation. 

12:15

  • ‘Zero trust’ security emphasises that enterprises should have a trusted internal network and an untrusted external network. 
  • Unpacking the shifts in the security landscape that have paved the way for ‘zero trust’ 
  • What the zero trust extended ecosystem will look like today 
  • Building an effective ‘zero trust’ program and architecture for the future.

12:40

01:40

RT 1: Creating citizen engagement and value from digital infrastructure assets
Dr. Luke Krieg, Innovation Leader, GHD NZ  
 
RT 2: From Project to Process: How Match-Fit Data Drives Successful Government Transformation 
Dave Twohill, Client Director, Ascention
Derek Holt, Country Manager, New Zealand, Ascention 
 
RT 3:Overcoming challenges with multi cloud during digital transformation
Andy Hughes, Systems Engineer, Enterprise, Pure Storage 
Sam Schuurman, Account Executive, Enterprise, Pure Storage  
 
RT 4: What are the key things we should consider in the digital transformation of our workforce? 
Virginia Mitchell, Account Director, AMS
Ben Barlow, GM Customer, AMS  
 
RT 5:Modernising Government Agencies: Delivering Frictionless User Experiences 
Andy Edmonds, Account Executive, Okta 

02:40

03:10

  • How Archives NZ can deliver digital services in a fast pace changing digital environment 
  • Opportunities and challenges for transforming and automating services: Cloud Platforms & APIs, data sovereignty/access, Rules as Code, AI & ML, etc. 
  • Delivering digital services to our communities, e.g. Services to Maori, Government Agencies, etc. 
  • How digital tools like Indigenous Knowledge Labels, and Maori Metadata, through ontological approaches allow Archives to deliver information through different cultural perspectives.  

03:40

  • Unpacking Wake Kotahi’s utilisation of open data
  • How the organisations open data initiatives are improving citizen service delivery in the transport sector
  • Exploring the third wave of open data - cross-sectoral collaboration between govt and the private sector

04:10

  • Drawing Human Centred Design approaches from a UK case study on housing, including evidence based analysis of approach and system thinking. 
  • How local government can utilise these approaches to deliver transformation and respond to emerging challenges in NZ 

COVID-19 & DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

04:40

  • Unpacking Estonia’s tried-and-tested digital identity technology 
  • How the nations digital transformation and digital-first strategy prepared the country for COVID-19 and improve preparation for future challenges. 

05:10

05:20

09:00

INNOVATION CULTURE, CAPABILITY & FOSTERING DIGITAL INNOVATION 

09:10

  • How BCITO is using digital learning to enhance the apprentice journey and deliver value to employers in the construction industry 
  • Managing unprecedented growth in trainee numbers due to NZ Government’s COVID response by rapidly building out a data-driven learning platform 
  • Digitising industry training all while transitioning into Te Pukenga; the Government’ s new centralised vocational training organisation. 

09:40

  • Unpacking the challenges, opportunities and success stories within St John’s journey of digital transformation 
  • Change management strategies for decisions including replacing processes, staff reductions and new ways of working. 
  • The importance of progressively implementing new capabilities.  

10:10

  • Transforming Bay of Plenty’s health services through digital transformation  
  • Managing data and information as an organisational asset 
  • Changing how we approach the use of data and intelligence in District Health Boards 

10:40

11:10

  • How the rise in the use of technology from remote working models to implementing new software to assist product delivery has created numerous cyber threats 
  • Exploring how NZ organisations can develop a cyber security conscious culture, from effective awareness training programs to change user behaviour and ultimately organisational culture 

11:40

12:10

12:40

01:40

  • Examining Christchurch City Council’s rapid setup of alternative approaches to citizen engagement;  
  • Establishment of bespoke data analytics to support decision making and prioritisation;  
  • Inclusion of caring and compassion in digital engagement 

MEETING FUTURE CITIZENS NEEDS THROUGH DATA AND DIGITAL

02:10

  • Preparing for tomorrow’s technology today to meet future citizen/customers’ needs 
  • Exploring the trends of digitally enabled governments worldwide 
  • Laying the foundations of transformation and managing the change 

03:00

03:30

  • Over the last 4 years, ACC has gone from setting up a Digital team to manage the creation of a website, to having a number of Digital products in continuous delivery following a strategy that puts the customer at the heart of the work we do.  
  • Learn how the organisation has managed to build an award winning capability, how the maturity cycle can be set up to avoid the common pitfalls associated with large scale delivery and other lessons from ACC’s digital delivery front lines. 

BUILDING DIGITAL CAPABILITY & CONNECTIVITY

04:00

  • Digital and IT transformation – why they are not the same 
  • Understanding what digital agility is and how you can build it 
  • The business case - why the investment in building digital agility is essential  

04:30

04:40