10th Annual Knowledge and Information Management for the Public Sector
Date: 28 Sep 2010 - 29 Sep 2010
Location: De Vere Holborn Bars, London
In light of the recent emergency budget made by Chancellor George Osborne the public sector is facing extremely challenging times ahead. This must attend event will show you exactly how to reach your performance targets with a dramatically reduced budget. It will include:
- Public sector cuts: what effect will they have on KM?
- Cost savings: utilising KM to drive efficiency
- Measurability: demonstrating value for money and return on investment through organisational change
- Public sector relocation: how to manage knowledge and information transfer
- Shared services: develop effective shared services for knowledge and information management
- Cloud computing: realise the benefits
- Web 2.0: using it to engage with citizens and staff, improve service and cut costs
- Horizon scanning techniques: applying them in the public sector to achieve strategic agility and resilience
All those involved in developing knowledge, information and records management policies and procedures from all public sector organisations, including government departments, agencies, local and regional government, regulatory authorities, housing, health, criminal justice,police, fire and rescue, defence, and universities.
"This is the year's must attend event for all KIM professionals in the public sector - I recommend it to everyone", Peter Griffiths, Chair of KIMPS 2010