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Embracing Digital Disruption (rebroadcast)

Description

Digital disruption is a necessary part of innovation and modernizing the public service. This event continues the conversation on digital disruption by exploring its meaning, impacts, and how it affects service delivery.

Understanding how we use data, the cloud, artificial intelligence, robotics and other disruptive technologies is key to building our economy and creating more satisfying, ethical, entertaining and enduring digital experiences for users everywhere.

Join us to explore concrete examples and understand how digital disruption impacts our work and work processes. Learn how to adopt and embrace a disruptive mindset as part of our shared journey towards a modern public service.

Speakers

  • Armughan Ahmad, Managing Partner and President, Digital Solutions, KPMG
  • Karen Eltis, Law Professor, University of Ottawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society
  • Ray Wang, Principal Analyst, Founder and Chairman, Constellation Research Inc.
  • Chris Allison, Director General, Digital Academy, Canada School of Public Service

Moderator

Taki Sarantakis, President, Canada School of Public Service


Features

Mobile App: Reconciliation: A Starting Point

Download the "Reconciliation: A Starting Point" app to access a wealth of information on Indigenous Peoples in Canada, key historical events, and reconciliation.

Indigenous Learning Series

Discover Canada's shared history with First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.

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