Post-conference in-depth Learning Session

THURSDAY 14 MARCH 2019

Separately bookable post-conference day

 

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08:30
Registration and welcome coffee

Registration and morning coffee for all sessions is at 08:30 and sessions will conclude at 12:30. Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

POST-SUMMIT IN-DEPTH LEARNING SESSIONS:
09:00 - 12:30
IN-DEPTH LEARNING SESSION A: Adopting shared services to improve citizen experience

This workshop uses a systematic approach to understand the applications of shared services to meet the needs of smart cities projects.

In a highly interactive environment, the facilitator explains how the methodology can be used to improve citizen experience by improving processes from project inception to delivery. This methodology is a first step toward implementing holistic approaches to achieve
sustainable urban growth.

The methodology helps us understand the foundational role of process management in meeting key goals, and tackling related issues such as privacy, performance, special analytics and environmental suitability.

This workshop is suitable for all smart city leaders interested in obtaining a holistic process management approach across their projects.

This session will include:

  • Understand how can shared services help achieve sustainable urban growth
  • Discover how the methodology to revolutionise city mobility
  • Assess the benefits of process automation and management
  • Gain a holistic approach to smart cities through shared services tools

Peter Marklew
Consulting Services Manager
itvision

09:00 - 12:30
IN-DEPTH LEARNING SESSION B: Employing smart city strategic approach from planning and design

This workshop is a designed to help attendees develop town planning and urban design through smart thinking and application.

During this highly interactive session, smart cities and regions leaders will have the opportunity to explore a full range of planning and urban design examples and case studies.

Through a series of interactive roundtables discussions, you’ll be able to identify some of your projects key pain points that, if overseen at early stages, can avoid project delays and budget blowouts.

This session will include:

  • Overview of the importance of strategic planning and design in smart cities
  • Understand why adopting smart cities strategic approach from early stages
  • Assess a range of case studies analyses to help you identify challenges and how to avoid project delivery delays

David Klingberg
Director
Smart Planning & Design