Workshop for strategic IT directors at CIPFA London
March 27th 2019, 9.30am -11.30am
The value of IT to the Council has never been more important. But are you struggling to demonstrate this to your bosses?
Within your council IT has become vital to every service and officer, including the CEO to deliver efficient services. With digital transformation IT will become even more critical. So why is IT merely considered an expense?
Government Computing has explored this disconnect between IT and the business IT with the help of CIPFA, IT Directors and senior management, with a common theme developing
"You have to speak the right language to the business and be transparent and tangible"
David Tidey, Head of IT, Wandsworth and Richmond
Government Computing and Quadnet would like to invite IT directors to a workshop to explore how IT can create a better relationship with the business.
Key speakers at the event will be David Tidey, Head of IT at Wandsworth, Chris Naylor, CEO at Barking and Dagenham.
"IT should start with the internal and external customer experience."
Chris Naylor, CEO Barking and Dagenham
The event will help you
create a better relationship with the business, by talking their language
Build strong IT suppliers relationships for better accountability to the Council
how to effectively manage Digital Transformation
Hertfordshire County Council, Assistant Dir of Technology
Milton Keynes Council, Head of ICT and Print
Southend-on-Sea, ICT Service Delivery Manager
Wolverhampton City Council, Head of ICT
Buckinghamshire County Council, CIO
London Borough of Westminster, CIO
City of London, IT Director
Bury Council, Transformation and IT Director
London Borough of Camden, Asst Director of Digital
London Borough of Newham, Director of Technology & Innovation
London Borough of Bromley, Head of IT
London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, IT Strategy Lead
Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, AD -Business Systems
By taking the first step towards talking the language of business today, you will be able to provide tangible benefits to the council