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escalate.2.innovate / a GovCamp ramp-up event
In the style of the successful November 2011 event this will be an open, collaborative ‘unconference’ format with approx. 60 participants - mainly public sector participants, with invited private sector innovation specialists and other professionals.
The theme will be "escalate 2 innovate", aiming to build on the initial pilot event in 2011 and working towards real-world challenges faced within the work of public service.
There will be a special emphasis on service delivery and the day will encourage participants to frame current public sector challenges for collaborative open discussion and exploration through the ‘unconference’ methodologies.
Participants will be encouraged to link ideas to key strategic directives including the NSW 2021 State Plan, the NSW ICT Strategy, the OIC open government agenda and others.
This GovCamp will present an unusual opportunity for participants. The themes, discussion and activity will focus on producing a real-world innovation program to be implemented in the second half of 2012.
This means that participants will get to enjoy knowledge sharing and idea exchange in conventional ways while also experiencing the added value of co-creating and collaborating on relevant topics.
This intensive one-day session is all about innovating through collaboration, co-design and co-creation. You will be challenged to collaborate with others and work towards defining a practical innovation initiative.
What’s your “if only” idea? What would you do to innovate for NSW public service …
That’s what this day is about.
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This GovCamp will have fewer places offered to enable the day’s activity to better focus on supporting the participants to more fully contribute and derive useful learnings that may be taken back to their workplace.
It will also be a more intensive session. The day’s discussions will be centred on everyone having an opportunity to contribute to shaping a working innovation program.
Recording and publishing
Where possible talks from the day will be recorded and published after the GovCamp, (except where speakers would prefer to not be recorded - which is completely acceptable).
A volunteer team, as well as many participants, will also be "netcasting" the discussions via channels such as Twitter as well as capturing spontaneous comments.
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Places at this event are limited to only 60 and - thanks to our partners and supporters - it is FREE, so make sure you RSVP soon.
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