APAC E-Governance Innovation Summit – Online

    Theme – Same Purpose, Different Roadmaps


    Who is the Conference for?

    • Government decision-makers and strategists from Australia implementing national e-Governance strategies
    • Organisations supporting the development of open, transparent and efficient governance practices via IT solutions
    • Companies developing e-Governance applications and assisting governments with their implementation

    The agenda will be made up of keynote presentations, workshop facilitators, roundtable discussions, presentations, panel discussions, fireside chats and networking opportunities.  

    Our Speakers and audience will be from public sector decision-makers from different regions of the country, in charge of e-governance development at all levels of administration. Additionally, donor organisations and development cooperation agencies shall be invited together with representatives of the business community.

    Our speaker line up and agenda will be announced by June 2020. Book your super early bird tickets now and get the best pass price available with additional extras only available to those booking early.

    More than other tertiary institutions in Hong Kong, PolyU has been conducting Learning and Teaching entirely online for more than 6 months. Exploring from behavioral, technical and pedagogical perspectives, this talk will outline the challenges that have confronted students, teachers and the university, as well as the remedial measures and solutions adopted. On the other hand, the use of technology-enhanced learning has also brought new opportunities; the speaker and his colleagues have leveraged on right blending of technology and pedagogy to enact new learning environments that not only there is no physical equivalent but also delivers learners with a superior learning experience.

    The world of marketing has fundamentally changed from a linear top down to circular continuous evaluation framework and broad scale marketing fragmentation of trapped value. In the New, this can be overcome by anchoring in – The Driver- Moving from pure Experience to Intimacy ( use of data ) , The Enabler – Technology & The Value Creator – Measurement & ROI. The new CX is re-imagined across all customer journey touch points with profoundly impacts on how a company grows with ownership and focus on the Customer and changing roles of CX leaders in the mix. The new imperative harness complexity and chaos for success by building new levels of connectivity – Customer, Technology & Operations where it’s needed to create customer journeys that instantly recognise and anticipate customer wants and desires ( CX/Intimacy) , build a technology system that connects business functions ( MarTech, Ad Tech & Sales / Service Tech ), design an agile operating model with the right talent, allowing new ways for the organisation to personalise and engage.

    Over the last decade or so, the world has seen an increased demand for government services that can directly benefit citizens, by removing read tapes and unwanted dependencies. This is both in the Government 2 Business (G2B) and Government 2 Consumer (G2C) fields. To drive this e-governance adoption and growth, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become the key tool used by governments across the world. In order to provide the necessary trust and assurance model for people to confidently interact with the government services, cybersecurity controls has become the crux of the e-governance solution. Cybersecurity controls ensure confidentiality, integrity and availability across people, process and technology necessary to run the e-governance services.

    Implementing a robust cybersecurity framework ensures exposures and risks are mitigated by the challenges thrown open by such large scale participation of various stakeholders. Due to the nature of application solutioning necessary to run e-governance models, governments across regions have come up with specific cybersecurity frameworks tailored to ensure not just continuity of services, but, build the required level of trust while people access e-governance services.

    Professor Eric Tsui
    Professor & Senior Educational Development
    Danny Davis
    Executive Director
    Danny Davis is Speaker, Board Advisor, Project Director, and Governance Guru. He is Executive Director of the Australian Institute of Performance Sciences, and serves as Australian representative for the development of International ISO Standards for ‘Organisational Governance’, ‘IT Governance’ and ‘Governance implications of the organisational use of AI'.
    Luke Stow
    Chief Executive Officer
    Standard Price
    Till 24 July
    AUD 100

    Includes Certification in E-Governance, Lunch and evening drinks, AM and PM Tea/Coffee, Conference Goodies, Free licenses from suppliers and Free APAC Forums membership for one year with discounts worth $1000 across 15 high quality events.

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