To register for an event, please contact the organiser direct using the details below.
Please check timings and venue details with the organiser.
- This event has passed.
Digital Transformation 2023
6 June @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
The trend of digital transformation shows no sign of slowing as more and more Scottish organisations shift a more significant amount of their systems to digital. In March of this year, it will have been two years since the publication of the Scottish Government’s digital strategy, A Changing Nation: How Scotland Will Thrive in a Digital World. What progress has been made in transforming Scottish society, specifically the public sector, that holds such a vital role in everyday life for citizens? Where are Scottish organisations on the road of digital transformation, and what complexities have been learned in the process?
We are delighted to announce that Holyrood Connect’s 10th annual flagship Digital Transformation event for the Scottish public sector is returning for another year. The event will continue to allow delegates to engage with thought leaders and experts and keep informed about the latest digital developments. Join us on 6 June 2023 at Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh.
Delegates will hear from public sector thought leaders and industry experts on a range of topics around the digital landscape and the ongoing transformation process. Sessions of a variety of formats will delve into important elements of transformation, such as:
- How best to leverage information and technology to make the greatest impact on the public sector.
- The importance of placing and maintaining humans at the centre of all digital transformation. With significant digitisation comes the need for changes to skills development, working environments, and more.
- Real-life examples of public sector organisations from around the United Kingdom succeeding in their digital transformation processes. From major successes to challenges and lessons learned, delegates will have the chance to hear from peers and ask burning questions.
- The critical aspect of sustainability within digital developments. As we rely more on technology, how can we establish a sustainable infrastructure, and how do we best support professionals adapting to such a digital space?
Engineering Scotland does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the diary postings on this web site.
Intending attendees are urged to check all details with the event organiser.
Send email to the Honorary Secretary with any questions or comments about this web site.
The registered address of Engineering Scotland is:
c/o Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 105 West George Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G2 1QL
Tel: 0141 248 3721