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Digital Workplace Transformation

The Mobile Working in the Public Sector Conference, taking place on 17th October 2018 at the Victoria Park Plaza, will look beyond the confines of government and explore how mobile working can be effectively harnessed across the wider public sector.

How can you benefit from attending Mobile Working?

Over the past 5 years the public sector has seen a significant shift in ‘traditional working styles’ to the utilisation of innovative mobile technologies. Mobile working can help increase productivity and mitigate budget pressures. A recent statistic from CSW reveals that 66 per cent of public sector staff feel that better communication via devices would make a big improvement to their organisations success.

With high level speakers covering all aspects of mobile working including: the security risks, the new GDPR regulations, capitalising on mobile technology and creating a digitally empowered workforce - this is an event that should not be missed!

New Speaker Announced:

Victoria Nowell

Insight's into DCMS' Smart Working Programme:

- Adopting a shared and agreed approach to balance employee’s freedom to choose with the responsibility to meet business needs

- Building the technology infrastructure to enable 100% of staff working from a laptop, 60% using mobile devices/phones, all wi-fi enabled

-Examining how smarter and mobile working practices could impact recruitment and retention rates at DCMS

-Downsizing the estate to fit from 4000 to 1200 employees to save space

Confirmed Speakers for 2018:

Kate Broadbride
Project Manager, Change Services
Bristol City Council (Invited)
Victoria Nowell
Smart Working Manager
Department for Culture, Media and Sport (Confirmed)
Vikki Stradling
Clinical Service Improvement Manager & Emis Project Facilitator
Cheetham Primary Care Centre, Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust (Confirmed)
Stephen Rees-Pedlar
Head of Strategic Design
DEFRA Field Activity Programme
Melanie Ince
Community IT Systems Manager on Mobile Working and EMIS (Electronic Patient Record)
Cheetham Primary Care Centre, Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust (Confirmed)
Peter Arnold
Head of Operations, Yorkshire and Humber Scientific Support Services
West Yorkshire Police (Confirmed)


My colleagues and I took a lot from the day. We were told about things that have happened, not about to happen – which is an important step forward and helps us all make changes happen

ICT Programme Manager, Borough of Poole

If you want to find out how well you’re doing compared to your peers and also understand what you still need to do and be prepared for in the near and distant future, you really need to attend this event

Contract Support & Applications Manager, LGSS Cambridgeshire County Council

Full practical examples and explanations, the conference provided a great forum for both networking and information gathering for anyone seeking to further integrate mobile working into their strategic planning

Programme & Project Coordinator,The Planning Inspectorate

Tickets & Registration

This popular, highly interactive one-day conference is a must-attend. Benefit from:
  • A programme delivered by leading policy makers and innovators within the public sector
  • The opportunity to solve strategic problems by sharing ideas and solutions with over 250 of your peers
  • Receive new case studies on the future of mobile technology and the transformation of working culture

Park Plaza Victoria London

Situated in the heart of London, the Victoria Park Plaza is a world class venue providing the perfect environment to learn, network, and do business. Delegates will enjoy high quality conference facilities with full catering throughout the day, including breakfast and a post-show drinks reception.

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