Transforming public services – Tuesday the 9th June – Come and meet the Triad team
Alongside this, members of the Triad team will be hosting table discussions on a variety of subjects during the ‘table networking’ slots. For more details please see the agendas below.
Agenda – Tuesday 9th June
11.00am – Event space opens
11.10am – Welcome
11.20am – Keynote
11.30am – Table networking – challenges to innovation of lockdown
11.45am – Panel discussion Transforming public services looking forward with Adrian Leer MD of Triad alongside Colin Cook, Robin Knowles and Paul Maltby from The Scottish Government, Digital Leaders and MHCLG respectively.
12.15pm – Table networking – new ways to innovate within a new normal, after lockdown ends.
12.30pm – Table Feedback
12.45pm – Networking
During the Table networking sessions come and meet the following Triad specialists;
11.30 – first floor – Tim Eckes, Client Services Director, Triad
Tim is an expert when it comes to helping public sector organisations accelerate their digital transformation.
Find out how automation can support innovation, recovery and greater efficiencies.
12.15 – first floor – Adrian Leer, MD at Triad
Discussing public sector case studies and best practice learnings focussed on innovating post lockdown.
12.15 – second floor – Ed Duval, Public sector framework lead, Triad
Lessons learned as a top 10 Crown Commercial Service SME supplier designed to support innovation in the new normal.
EACH TABLE HOSTS FIVE GUESTS ON A FIRST COME BASIS, BUT IF YOU’D LIKE TO GUARANTEE CONNECTING WITH ANY MEMBER OF THE TRIAD TEAM, PLEASE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
This second session of ND2020 is looking at digital transformation of public services including best practice from the front line of service delivery, how resources have been reallocated in recent months and roles and responsibilities in public services realigned. We will share great examples of public, private and non-profit collaboration at the local level. What will be the next phase of public sector transformation in central and local public services.