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Using EU Exit as a driver for change
Imperial War Museum, London
When: Tuesday 16th July 2019, 04:30pm
Aimed at: Senior leaders in Government, by invitation only
Managing programmes in a context of significant uncertainty is nothing new to Government departments. EU Exit is just one example, albeit a major one. “We can’t do anything until we know more,” is often the response to uncertainty, but there is great risk in doing nothing.
This round-table event will provide an opportunity to explore how Government departments have been able to navigate their way through the uncertainty surrounding EU Exit and deliver upon their objectives.
The Home Office will frame the discussion by taking participants through a case study about the EU Settlement Scheme which went live on 30 March. This is ground-breaking work for the department: a user-facing smartphone app where the whole end-to-end process is digital.
EU Exit was the driver, but rather than be impeded by the continuing uncertainty, the Home Office seized the opportunity to completely redesign the service. Following that framing, there will be a round-table discussion that will cover topics such as:
- How do you plan and prioritise delivery in a context of great uncertainty?
- How do you bring stakeholders along with you?
- What governance approach is required to balance agility and control?
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