We welcome the whole of the CITF membership to join us for an inspiring workshop, discovering how automation technology has the power to transform the way organisations function and provide real business benefit.
Successful organisations don’t treat automation as a silver bullet but they leverage automation to create appropriate business processes and environment to support their vision. How to avoid a risk of automating inefficient business processes is a question many organisations are currently facing. Find out how to increase the benefits of IT deployment and create the required organisational capabilities.
Discussions will begin with how we create the culture necessary to fully drive value out of your investment in emerging technologies. This will touch on proper change management for job losses and job changes, including retraining for the new skill sets required.
The day will then move on how you make your organisation data-driven - a key pre-requisite to taking full advantage of automation technology.
Finally, we will have case studies on the technology currently available and how it has helped organisations save time, save money, and drive growth.
We look forward to seeing you at this workshop to join this pioneering discussion
The location will be in central London, with the exact venue confirmed shortly.
- Learn how automation technology will impact the culture of your organisation, and what steps to take to make that change positive
- Why a data-driven approach is key to successfully take advantage of this technology, and how to bring that approach into your organisation
- How to decide what processes can be automated and the factors that should be considered when making those decisions
Arrival and registration
Welcome, introductions and goal setting
Presentation: Darren Atkins, East Sussex and North Essex Foundation Trust
Interactive discussion: Creating a culture that embraces automation
Presentation: Richard Pugh, Mango Solutions
Table work: What new skills will we need to learn for automation technology?
Presentation: Pfuma Makwembere, HM Revenue and Customs
Interactive discussion: Our action plan for embracing automation
Darren Atkins, East Sussex and North Essex Foundation Trust
Making Time Matter with Robotic Process Automation
Darren will share his ‘real-world’ experience of implementing RPA within a large healthcare organisation. How do you get staff to embrace automation? How do you to make time matter? What processes are best? How to create a Centre of Excellence? All these questions and more will be answered in this exciting and thought-provoking presentation.
Richard Pugh, Mango Solutions
Transformingto a truly data-driven company – effective tips to secure a smarter, more agile business
Almost all companies are investing in some sort of data project – data analytics, big data, AI, data science. It’s important that data science delivers rather than a phrase that becomes associated with expensive initiatives that do not make a meaningful business impact.
With careful planning organisations are delivering value out of their data, but what they are attempting isn’t really about digital first and foremost. It’s actually about the necessity of transforming their business model.
So what is the jargon of data science, what does it really mean, and why should business leaders care?
Richard will look at some effective tips for businesses that have the best chance of succeeding in their mission to become data driven – and therefore in their wider digital transformation strategy as a whole.
Shingisai Pfuma Makwembere, HMRC
Interrogate, Integrate, Innovate. Using Automation as a driver for Disruptive Innovation
Pfuma will presentation on the following:
- What disruptive innovation is
- Using automation as an enabling technology
- Intrrogate: Understanding the 'Job to be Done'
- Innovate: The art of disruptive innovation
- Integrate: Realigning current practices to achieve the 'Job to be Done'
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