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TechnologyandtheFutureofConservation
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Technology and Conservation's Future - Social Conservation Workshops From Dakota Partners

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Technology innovation continues to disrupt business at breakneck speeds and State Fish and Wildlife Agencies are not immune to the changing ways they interact with their Customers. Unfortunately few agencies have in-house technical capabilities and even fewer resources to meet the growing technology innovation demands of their Customers.

This interactive workshop provides agency staff with a solid introduction to this technology revolution and provides recommendations to leverage their limited resources to adopt key technology changes that benefit their Customers.

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Technology and Conservation's Future - Social Conservation Workshops From Dakota Partners

  1. 1. Social Business Workshops TechnologyandtheFutureofConservation
  2. 2. Workshop Details Thecostforthistwo-dayworkshopis$2,500plustravelex- penses. Theworkshopisdesignedforagencyleadershipseniorman- agersresponsiblefordesigninganddeliveringCustomerfac- ingproducts andservices. AttendeesshouldincludeAgencyDirectorsandtheirchiefs, plusIT,Legal,LawEnforcementandFinanceleadership. DirectorsmaywishtoincludeselectCommissionersaswell. About Us Bill Creighton is Dakota Partners' Managing Director with an impressive record building, restructuring and re-positioning both start-up and established organizations. He brings significant experience transforming government, non-profit and publishing companies into successful Social Businesses. Bill is a digital strategist, organizational leader, business turnaround leader, crea- tive deal-maker and award-winning journalist with two Pulitzer Prize nominations. His career spans more than 25 years and 76 countries. T echnology innovation continues to disrupt business at breakneck speeds and State Fish and Wildlife Agencies are not immune to the changing ways they interact with their Customers. Unfortunately few agencies have in-house technical capabilities and even fewer resources to meet the growing technology innovation demands of their Customers. This interactive workshop provides agency staff with a solid introduction to this technology revolution and provides recommendations to leverage their limited resources to adopt key technology changes that benefit their Customers. Program Outline—Day 1 State of the Industry — Disruptive Technologies  MobileInternetFasterandCheaper.  DataEcosystems DesignedforAnalytics.  SoftwareasaServiceReplacingManagedApplications.  CloudTechnologiesAccelerateInnovation.  NewPaymentPlatforms ChallengeIncumbents.  RichMediaApplicationsContinueExplosiveGrowth.  ConnectedConsumerDevicesIncreaseSocialSharing. State of the Agency — Does Your IT Stack Up?  AgroupassessmentoftheAgency’sinternalandexternal capabilitiestoadoptemergingtechnologies. Leveraging Technology — The Details  ChoosingBetweenFunctionandForm.  TransformingBusinessSilosintoSocialLandscapes.  ProvidingConsistentCross-PlatformPersonalization.  Sheddingthe“NotMadeHere”Syndrome.  UsingMobileApps toDominateEngagement.  ReducingProductCyclesfromYearstoMonths. Program Outline—Day 2 Building an Agency Technology Roadmap AsYogiBerraoncesaidsoeloquently,“Ifyoudon’tknow whereyouaregoing,youmightnot getthere.” Agoodmapisrequiredforany important journey.Without one, eventhemostcompetentnavigatorcangetlostinthe forestandconfusedbythenoise. Day2ofthisworkshopwillfocusonidentifyingthesteps re- quiredtocatalogueexistingandneededtechnologiesand beginbuildingaTechnologyRoadmapfortheagencyofthe future. @ bcreighton bill.creighton@gmail.com 703.850.5711 www.dakota-partners.com

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