From round table discussions, to presentations, to ‘on the couch’ chats, LGC19 will provide you with a range of information and ideas, allow you to explore areas of interest and hear about opportunities on the horizon.



Who Should Attend


LGC19 welcomes all staff working in local government at all stages of their career. This conference will be of significant interest to:
  • General Managers
  • Directors
  • Business Planning Professionals
  • Business Improvement Professionals
  • City Managers
  • Digital Strategy Managers
  • Community and Place Managers
  • Innovators and Change Managers
LGC19 brings together those at the forefront of business strategy and innovation to share thoughts and gain knowledge, through learning and discussion with the aim of achieving sector wide transformation.

You will hear, be inspired by and take away valuable ideas from a wide range of industry leaders, guest speakers and fellow peers as we explore how smart councils are creating connected communities. 
 
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The Conference Will Focus On

 

Improved Liveability
Various sessions will examine how councils are ensuring an improved liveability for their community. From conducting authentic engagement, creating digital strategies or measuring community impact, we will explore the need to put communities at the heart of your ‘SMART’ strategies in order to effect real and positive improvements in community wellbeing. 

Investing in Partnerships
We will examine how the power of the many far outweighs that of the few, as we look at case studies of councils working collaboratively to create and implement their ‘SMART’ strategy, through to the value of collaboration and bringing disparate resources together to design the new tomorrow. 

The Value of Data
At the core of effective decision making is reliable data that illustrates a picture of the community, not only at that place in time, but for generations to come. This data underpins how councils respond now, and plan for the future, constantly changing and adapting with the needs of the community to deliver a strategy which is ‘SMART’ for them.

What Tomorrow is Bringing

‘SMART’ councils are looking ahead, planning for tomorrow and embracing the change that inevitably comes. We will examine what tomorrow may be bringing and how ‘SMART’ councils are planning for the disruption of the future.

 

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