A massive 55% of the Australian public sector professionals agree that talent attraction and retention is their single biggest challenge. With workplace culture becoming increasingly important, the public sector needs to step up its game to appeal to fresh talent and grab them before the private sector can. We polled over 300 APS professionals to uncover their workforce pain points and priorities. Check out the findings - plus a few strategies to help you on your way - in our newest infographic.
Digital transformation and innovation have exploded our world into a fast-paced, technological environment that is constantly changing and evolving. Unfortunately, the skills in the current workforce – mainly the public sector, that are required to use digitization to best deliver services have been lagging significantly behind. Read on to find out how 3 organizations have put strategies and initiatives in place to combat the digital skills shortage, demonstrating that overcoming this challenge requires a multifaceted approach focused on education, workforce development, and policy reform.
Why are there so few female leaders compared to their male counterparts? One factor could be that women have a fear of being authentic - of asserting their boundaries, values, beliefs and leadership styles. This reservation is due to a history of women confronting challenges such as gender stereotypes, discrimination, and the balancing act between their professional and personal lives. Yet authenticity in leadership, especially for women, is not just a personal asset but a transformative force within organizations and societies and staying true to oneself is not just about personal integrity; it's a strategic imperative. Read on to discover …
In this Platinum Partner session, we hear insights from Todd Wilson, Department Head, Canada - Regional Office of Technology, RedHat on the common challenges and limitations that hinder application delivery in the public sectors such as legacy systems, complex processes, security requirements, budget constraints and cultural barriers. Our esteemed speaker then discusses how new ways of working can help you overcome these challenges and limitations.
In this Panel Discussion session, our government leaders reveal how we can identify and eliminate inefficiencies in government operations to optimize service delivery in Alberta, strategies and best practices that can streamline administrative processes, improve collaboration and drive efficiency within the Alberta government and the challenges and solutions for fostering a culture of continuous improvement and innovation in government operations to achieve greater efficiency and cost savings. Hear insights from Suzanne Harbottle, Assistant Deputy Minister Strategy & Policy Division Jobs, Ministry of Jobs, Economy & Trade, Maureen Towle, Assistant Deputy Minister & Chief Data & Privacy Officer, Data, Privacy & …
This session emphasizes the importance of transparency as a foundation for building trust and reducing unnecessary overheads. It further highlights the utilization of real-time data and intelligent technologies to bolster overall performance within government initiatives. Additionally, the session focuses on the significance of consistently measuring maturity levels within project management frameworks, facilitating an uninterrupted focus on continual enhancement and improvement. This keynote aims to equip attendees with actionable insights to optimize project management methodologies for driving business value in government settings.
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On Demand - Public Sector Innovation Show Saskatchewan 2022 - Driving Public Service Transformation Strategies by Aligning People, Process and CultureOn Demand
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