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The Summit brings together public sector leaders to discuss strategies for government transformation and the leadership skills needed to deliver public service for the future.
This year’s Summit will examine the “Uptake” – innovations and business models that, when implemented with robust leadership, are proven to increase effectiveness and efficiency. Participants will also grapple with what’s on the “Edge” – innovations and business models that are still emerging, yet are poised to deliver dramatic improvement in public value.
For more information and to apply to attend the Summit, visit The 2014 Public Sector for the Future Summit: Creating the Agenda.
This month’s featured content:
Extreme Makeover: Renovating Real Estate Management for Government Transformation
Learn more about Accenture's Delivering Public Service for the Future program and follow us on Twitter @AccenturePubSvc.
We are continually updating our growing reservoir of knowledge. Whether it’s research, insights or case studies, our library of findings and observations in the areas of government transformation and public sector leadership continues to grow.
"Moneyball” Under the Dome: Government Analytics for Public Officials
2013 Public Sector and Education Shared Services Summit: Navigating to New Value
View the following documents from past Summits:
Adopting Shared Services Can Drive Cost Savings, but Stakeholder Buy-in Will Dictate Success
Achieving Government Transformation through Cross-Jurisdiction Collaboration
Dispelling the Myths Preventing Government Transformation
Public Administration Back-Office Transformation
Pathways to Transformation: A Report from the 2012 Shared Services Summit
2012 Public Sector and Education Shared Services Summit: Executive Summary
Achieving New Efficiencies in Higher Education
Shared Services – Government and Education Break the Status Quo
Cross-Jurisdiction Collaboration: New Models for State, Regional and Local Governments
Joining Forces (from February 2011 Outlook Journal)
Cross-Jurisdiction Collaboration: A Formula for the Future
Shared Services Horizons of Value: Leadership Lessons on Accelerating Transformation to High Performance
Driving High Performance through Shared Services: Accenture Capabilities and Qualifications
The Case for Shared Services in the Public Sector
Maximizing the Value of Public Sector Shared Services
Achieving High Performance through Shared Services: Lessons from the Masters
Our extensive video library provides quick access to key public sector thought leadership topics, including several focused specifically on the art of government transformation.
The Role of “Moneyball” in the Management Trend of Government Analytics—Podcast
Engaging Today’s Digital Citizen—Video
View the following videos from past Summits:
Shared Services: Implementation Helps Higher Education Institutions Realize Quick Payoff
Shared Services: Building a High-performance Workplace Model
Shared Services: Collaboration Results in Government Transformation for State and Local Organizations
Shared Services: Ontario’s Established Model Sets a Pathway for Government Productivity
Reflections from the 2013 Summit: Leaders Discuss Shared Services as a Model for Productivity
Shared Services: Committing to Change
Shared Services: Growing and Maturing Shared Services
Shared Services: Pricing and Maintaining Service Lines
Shared Services: Shared Services in Higher Education
Shared Services: Gaining Stakeholder Support
The Culture of High-Performing Shared Service Organizations
Shared Services: 2012 Summit – Pathways to Transformation
Shared Services: Achieving Short Term Savings Through Strategic Sourcing
Shared Services: Communicating Success
Shared Services: Gaining Significant Value from ERP Systems
Shared Services: Generating Capacity and Value
Shared Services: Good Governance
Shared Services: Investing in People
Shared Services: Managing and Cultivating Change
Shared Services: Perspectives on Leadership
Shared Services: Supporting the Mission of Government Agencies
In collaboration with Accenture, the 2014 Public Sector for the Future Summit is developed by Leadership for a Networked World and convened by The Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard (TECH).
Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research on the world’s most successful organizations, Accenture collaborates with clients to help them become high-performance businesses and governments. The 2014 Public Sector for the Future Summit is developed in collaboration with Accenture. Find more information on Accenture’s public service thought leadership at www.accenture.com/deliveringpublicserviceforthefuture.
Leadership for a Networked World
Leadership for a Networked World develops and manages the 2014 Public Sector for the Future Summit. Founded in 1987 at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, LNW is now an applied research program based at the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard that works across the Harvard community and academic institutions globally to provide uniquely powerful leadership summits and transformation programs. Since 1987, LNW has conducted more than 200 learning events and gathered more than 12,000 alumni globally. Learn more at www.lnwprogram.org.
The Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard (TECH)
The Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard (TECH) hosts the 2014 Public Sector for the Future Summit. TECH, part of the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, is both a real and virtual space for students, faculty, alumni, and industry leaders to learn together, collaborate, and innovate. TECH enables this holistic exploration by sponsoring and supporting opportunities for the innovation community to gather and exchange knowledge via courses, study groups, mentorship relationships, innovation programs and special events. Find more information at www.tech.seas.harvard.edu.
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