Equip yourself to create public value February 2020
Our Masterclass series is designed to create capabilities and opportunities for innovation within our cities and regions. Through knowledge sharing, capacity building and creativity, we can create better outcomes for people and places.
Held in Sydney, our four uniquely tailored sessions happening across February will cover advocacy, collaboration, design, policy and data. Come to all sessions or focus on a specific theme to create value for you and your workplace in 2020.
What you can expect
Designing fit for purpose advocacy
Session 1. Whether you are in the private or public sectors, advocating for internal or external resources, advocacy is an important skillset to develop to secure support for your objectives. This masterclass will explore how to use evidence and relationships to further your cause.
Session 2. Often your project can have beneficiaries outside of your organisation and accountabilities. The growing trend towards place-based project delivery or case based service delivery is requiring different entities to work together to provide better customer outcomes. This session will explore case studies from city deals and innovation precincts and how they can be applied to your operating environment.
Session 3. It has been said that in the digital economy, data is like oil was during the industrial revolution. At all levels of Government, there is an increasing need to safely and securely share information as it is widely accepted that sharing data is a powerful innovation enabler. This Masterclass covers the learnings of the work done to date as well as it’s practical implementation at the local government level through policy and procedure.
Session 4. Many of the problems we are striving to solve can be messy and complex. Policy shouldn’t be one size fits all. This masterclass is an interactive session where you will have hands on experience of tools for human centred design and explore how this approach can provide benefits to your work with both internal and external stakeholders.