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This unique public sector partnership of over 100 organisations creates innovative “safe spaces”, brokers knowledge and ideas, and collectively engages Government for local public sector officers and managers. Find out more.
‘Delivering Whole Systems Change 2014’ on the 27 November comes at a crucial time, with organisations needing to develop and implement new approaches to meet the efficiency agenda.
With a strong focus on innovation, creativity and digital services the day is designed to help colleagues shape their vision and understanding of local public services in the medium term.
Over the last ten successful years, iNetwork have demonstrated the ability to bring together passionate and strong public sector speakers representing leading practice in the sector. With this year’s event being no exception, colleagues will hear from national level thought leaders on the challenges facing the sector and consider the collective view on key priorities for sustainable future local public services.
iNetwork Innovation Award finalists will be a highlight of the event’s 10th anniversary celebrations, as well as hyper roundtables, a dedicated innovation zone, nine intelligence-led workshop sessions and a supplier and partner showcase. For more information and to register for this event please see: https://wholesystemchange2014.eventbrite.co.uk
2013 Winter Conference Highlights
Network’s Q1 2014-15 News Update
The 2014-15 Q1 news update has been published. The document takes a look at iNetwork’s highlights from April- June of 2014 with a personal reflection from Steven Pleasant, Chief Executive, Tameside Council and Chair of iNetwork.
Innovative Access to Frontline Services (IAPS)
Effective Information Sharing & Security (EISS)
Effective Service Redesign & Reform (ESR2)
Local e-Government Standards Body (LeGSB)
TIME LEAN Training
To hear more about the iNetwork Director’s take on the Future Local Public Services Journey and a breakdown of upcoming events within the network, click on the image to the left.