This opening sequence of video from CITIZEN 2012 includes 3 sessions rolled into one: Jeffrey Peel’s opening address and introduction, a panel session featuring Jos Creese (Hampshire County Council), Chris Yiu (Policy Exchange), Derrick Pisani (Government of Malta) and David Moody (KANA).
The session also features a keynote address by Ben Page, CEO of MORI.
Steve Moore is Chief Executive of the Big Society Network – which exists to support and develop talent, innovation and enterprise to deliver social impact. He will outline the changing nature of citizen communications and how technology is helping to deliver the Big Society.
A discussion on what role government should have in terms of ‘managing’ the Internet and citizen data. The discussion explored to what extent citizens should have access to government data – and how they might start exercising control. Featuring Jim Killock, Dominique Lazanski, Jeremy Newman and John Wells
This video sequences features a panel session (The Experience Revolution, chaired by Dave Briggs, with Vicky Sargent, Hannah Goraya, and Rob McKinnon) followed by a keynote presentation by Charlotte Alldritt, Cabinet Office, on Open Data and Transparency.
A panel discussion featuring Steph Gray, Emma Mulqueeny (Rewired State), Jamie Kirk (LGA) and Allison Hornery (Gov 2.0 Radio).
A discussion on how pervasive connectivity is changing all the rules of digital engagement.
In this presentation at CITIZEN 2012, Bruce Rogers, Chief Insights Officer at Forbes, looks at the international dimensions – how other societies are facing up to the ‘experience revolution’ in terms of government service provision and cloud computing.
In this panel discussion Katarina Skoberne chairs a panel of experts discussing how citizen to government interaction will evolve in the future. Featuring David Moody of KANA, Dr Andy Williamson – the digital democracy and engagement specialist – and Natalie Taylor (Capita/NHS Choices).
In this short video recorded at CITIZEN 2012, John Wells of Gov 2.0 Radio interviews Bruce Rogers, Chief Insights Officer of Forbes and Derrick Pisani, Head of eGovernment, Malta.