Snap Session 25C: Workplace 2.0 -- Transforming the Canadian Government Workplace!

Snap Session 25C: Workplace 2.0 -- Transforming the Canadian Government Workplace!


November 2011

Moderator: Andrew Shapiro, Managing Director, Biggins Lacy Shapiro & Co., LLC Speakers: Karl Ghiara, Director, Innovation, Architecture and Research, Public Works and Government Services Canada Carol Blotniuk, National Accommodation Management, Public Works and Government Services Canada Workplace 2.0 is a government-wide initiative developed by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) in response to the federal government's commitment to renew the federal workplace. The objective of Workplace 2.0 is to create a modern workplace that will attract, engage, retain and enable public servants to be responsive, innovative and efficient in serving Canadians. This panel discussion will provide a detailed description of how Workplace 2.0 was developed, and how it was expanded to include the full integration of technology, systems and the way we work. Attendees will learn the importance of strong leadership and mobilization of a dedicated team to develop and communicate the approach. Key Takeaways ? Learn the value of developing an integrated approach to workplace reform that includes the workspace, technology, and new ways of working. ? Explore the technologies that can best maximize the flexibility of today's workplace and the value of partnerships.

Keywords: Atlanta Summit 2011, Canada, Design, IT, Cloud

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