New delivery models to support the 21st century public service workforce
The last 12 months has seen the launch of numerous programmes that will have a profound impact on UK public service delivery and transform historic models for managing government services.
The future public sector workforce will be crucial for the success of these models. The challenges in staffing future delivery models have already been brought into stark view; traditional career paths have been eroded, and new generations entering the workforce are presenting new tests for public sector employers. Finding ways to attract, retain and develop the best talent is an urgent requirement.
In collaboration with Kinnarps, DragonGate Market Intelligence hosted a half-day summit at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home on 3rd February, 2017, bringing together key stakeholders from across the public sector. See below for details of speakers, content, and presentations.
In light of the Civil Service Reform Plan, what more can the public sector do to attract talent from a broad range of backgrounds and retain millennials, in order to build a robust and forward facing public sector?
With traditional assumptions about how, where and when people deliver public services being challenged, the role of the workspace as a means for supporting and retaining staff is becoming increasingly important.
The roll-out of Universal Credit highlights a greater focus on user-focused technology and services. What are the consequences of the increasingly blurred lines between home and work life?
The NHS Five Year View and the introduction of government hubs illustrate a move towards more collaborative and agile ways of working. How will this restructuring of roles and organisations challenge the way employees view their career development trajectory?
Doing it Differently Summit Chairman
Deputy Director of Civil Service Fast Stream and Fast Track
Chief Executive at Melton Borough Council
Head of Transformation and Change at London Borough of Bexley Council
Transformation and Change Officer at London Borough of Bexley Council
Chief of Staff at the Government Digital Service
Project Manager at The Francis Crick Institute
Project Manager at The Francis Crick Institute.
Former Hampshire Workstyle Strategy Manager at Hampshire County Council
Discussions and presentations centred around the following themes:
Download the presentations:Attracting and retaining talent in the transformation age (PDF) The Phoenix Partnership (PDF) Transforming Bexley (PDF) Reworking the workplace (PDF)