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Chris Aitken & Pupils, Wick High School

  1. 1. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  2. 2. Mark Bell Head of Enterprise and Innovation Interactive Scotland
  3. 3. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  4. 4. Alisdair Gunn Project Director Interactive Scotland
  5. 5. Lets create, what’s next ? Alisdair Gunn Project Director – Interactive Scotland
  6. 6. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  7. 7. Dave Coplin Chief Envisioning Officer Microsoft UK
  8. 8. How to outsmart the digital deluge
  9. 9. BOLDLY GO…
  10. 10. “Why work isn’t working and what you can do about it.” PREVIOUSLY…
  11. 11. “How to outsmart the digital deluge” OUT NOW….
  12. 12. GLOBALLY CONNECTED…
  13. 13. THE POWER OF MACHINE LEARNING
  14. 14. "Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteers be at the rghit pclae. The rset can be a toatl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit porbelm. Tihs is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe."
  15. 15. LIVE IN THE MOMENT
  16. 16. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  17. 17. Prof. Irene McAra McWilliam Head of School of Design & Director of Design Innovation, Glasgow School of Art
  18. 18. Irene McAra-McWilliam
  19. 19. Paul Baran ‘On Distributed Communications’ The Rand Corporation, 1964
  20. 20. • a future all-digital-data distributed network • common user service • wide range of users • low-cost links • high degree of connectivity 'On Distributed Communications’ Paul Baran, The Rand Corporation, 1964 the distributed communications network concept
  21. 21. www.dementiadog.org
  22. 22. High Rise Glasgow Edmund White, Hsin Chen, Shweta Manikashetti, Zane Gray, Hsin-chieh Yeh
  23. 23. designing for discontinuities • designing alternative futures • tools for intelligent decision-making • foresight to generate insight • action in the present
  24. 24. which future? probable [ like today, but bigger – or worse ] Irene McAra-McWilliam
  25. 25. which future? probable possible? [ like a menu of uninteresting choices ] Irene McAra-McWilliam
  26. 26. which future? probable possible preferable [ ethically directed towards human wellbeing ] Irene McAra-McWilliam
  27. 27. • Qualities of long life – 0 - 100 • Extreme collaborations – micro to macro • Clusters and communities – meso-economic • Distributed care – the sharing economy • Flat leadership: ‘devo lux’ – power and participation • Social and cognitive development – the dominant ‘technologies’ digital futures: opportunities Irene McAra-McWilliam
  28. 28. digital futures: opportunities
  29. 29. Irene McAra-McWilliam
  30. 30. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  31. 31. Tony Ageh Controller Archive Development BBC
  32. 32. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  33. 33. Mark Bell Head of Enterprise and Innovation Interactive Scotland
  34. 34. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  35. 35. Tom Loosemore Deputy Director Government Digital Service Cabinet Office
  36. 36. Tom Loosemore Deputy Director Government Digital Service @tomskitomski
  37. 37. GDS Warning:
  38. 38. GDS Warning: there are no drones in this presentation
  39. 39. GDS There’s no biohacking
  40. 40. GDS And no cryptocurrencies
  41. 41. GDS Fasten your seatbelts – I’m here to talk about public services!
  42. 42. GDS
  43. 43. GDS
  44. 44. Create GDS Fix publishing Fix transactions Go wholesale GDS
  45. 45. The Government Digital Service (GDS) is leading the digital transformation of government. GDS
  46. 46. We are open GDS
  47. 47. Agile GDS
  48. 48. Focused on user needs GDS
  49. 49. What have we done so far? @MTBracken GDS
  50. 50. We’ve had to start with the basics
  51. 51. Create GDS Fix publishing Fix transactions Go wholesale GDS
  52. 52. @MTBracken GDS
  53. 53. Alpha version of GOV.UK May 2011
  54. 54. Beta version of GOV.UK January 2012
  55. 55. Launch of GOV.UK October 2012
  56. 56. This is what GOV.UK looks like today, after thousands of small improvements GDS
  57. 57. Everything’s in one place, designed with empathy to meet people’s needs. It is simpler, clearer and faster. GDS
  58. 58. For example: GDS
  59. 59. "What is the Government’s policy on Afghanistan?"
  60. 60. * GDS
  61. 61. Create GDS Fix publishing Fix transactions Go wholesale GDS
  62. 62. GDS 770+ transactions in central government...
  63. 63. Most of them are very small...
  64. 64. GDS We’re transforming 25 of the most important transactions
  65. 65. GDS gov.uk/transformation
  66. 66. GDS
  67. 67. GDS
  68. 68. GDS ww.gov.uk/government/publications/digital-skills-in-the-civil-
  69. 69. @MTBracken GDS
  70. 70. Government’s supplier base used to be here... GDS
  71. 71. Now it’s here GDS
  72. 72. GDS G-Cloud: Open supplier market
  73. 73. GDS
  74. 74. GDS gds.blog.gov.uk
  75. 75. GDS gov.uk/service-manual
  76. 76. GDS
  77. 77. GDS
  78. 78. GDS
  79. 79. GDS
  80. 80. We’re not here to improve government websites. We’re here to improve government. GDS
  81. 81. So far, we’ve just been fixing the basics
  82. 82. What might come next? GDS
  83. 83. @MTBracken GDS Let’s speculate a little...
  84. 84. @MTBracken GDS The Future of Government won’t come from us
  85. 85. @MTBracken GDS We’re just making sure some sort of future is possible
  86. 86. @MTBracken GDS But neither will it come from a policy paper written in Whitehall, Brussels or DC
  87. 87. @MTBracken GDS It’ll emerge from the places government actually gets made
  88. 88. @MTBracken GDS Civic infrastructure gets made on the ground
  89. 89. @MTBracken GDS And we can learn from those who’ve gone before
  90. 90. @MTBracken GDS
  91. 91. @MTBracken GDS
  92. 92. @MTBracken GDS Networking what already works
  93. 93. @MTBracken GDS “small pieces loosely joined”
  94. 94. @MTBracken GDS A network emerges
  95. 95. @MTBracken GDS Not centralised, not decentralised, but distributed
  96. 96. Government As A Network
  97. 97. Not centralised
  98. 98. Not centralised Not localised
  99. 99. Not centralised Not localised But networked
  100. 100. @MTBracken GDS
  101. 101. @MTBracken GDS
  102. 102. @MTBracken GDS Building huge capacity
  103. 103. @MTBracken GDS
  104. 104. @MTBracken GDS Making our tools and platforms beautiful
  105. 105. Hardware As A Public Service
  106. 106. @MTBracken GDS There’s a parallel here to what we’re doing
  107. 107. @MTBracken GDS It’s starting already...
  108. 108. In Reading DEFRA are applying agile transformation to the CAP GDS
  109. 109. In Swansea DVLA are creating new motoring services GDS
  110. 110. In Newcastle and London HMRC are transforming their architecture GDS
  111. 111. MOJ are about to start transforming courts GDS
  112. 112. @MTBracken GDS New civic infrastructure is emerging...
  113. 113. @MTBracken GDS It’s open, user-focused, iterative, quick Focused on people not policy
  114. 114. Software As A Public Service
  115. 115. GDS Invention not repair
  116. 116. GDS Painting these won’t help
  117. 117. GDS We need to build some of these
  118. 118. We’re not here to improve government websites. We’re here to improve government. GDS
  119. 119. Thank you gds.blog.gov.uk @gdsteam
  120. 120. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  121. 121. Jeff Moriarty Chief Digital & Product Officer Johnston Press
  122. 122. Re-inventing Local Media Jeff Moriarty, Chief Digital Officer, Johnston Press @jeffmoriarty Re-inventing Local Media179
  123. 123. 180180Re-inventing Local Media
  124. 124. 8-10 billion devices are internet connected today Forty billion devices by 2020 23% of US adults get their news on at least two devices
  125. 125. Weekday Patterns by Newspaper Platform 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Print (80%) Computer (60%) Smartphone (26%) Tablet (12%) 182 Question: Thinking of your typical weekday, when do you usually read or use a local daily newspaper in the following format? (N=1,896) Multiple mentions allowed. © 2012 Newspaper Association of America
  126. 126. 16% Total audience growth across print & online 4 million more digital users in December, YoY (from 9m to 13m) Over 500,000 newspapers sold every day 24 million readers in print and digital 183 33% Local digital display advertising growth 25% digital revenue growth, YoY 2013H2 Re-inventing Local Media
  127. 127. 184 Re-inventing Local Media
  128. 128. 185 Re-inventing Local Media
  129. 129. Rateofchange Digital Kitbag Rich Media Ads Smart List Daily Deals e-commerce Social Deals Dating Advertising Classifieds Stamford Mercury StageCoach Times Jobs Johnston Falkirk Cattle Auctions Tides Chemist Opening Weather MobileWeb Planning apps Video Ads Web Ads BMD Traffic Travel Video Offers Events Rental yields Ofsted reports Classf’d 300+ titles 50+ newspapers A 300 YEAR PERSPECTIVE 186
  130. 130. Readers show a willingness to pay for differentiated content in a premium environment
  131. 131. Source: Forrester Research Casual Print- engaged Online/ mobile- engaged Willingness to pay for content is there, or not Print-engaged favor a format and editorial approach that resembles a newspaper, even though they are eager users of new technology, more willing to pay for Globe content. (18%) Online/mobile-engaged prefer a wider “news surveillance” activity that draws them to search engines, email links, and other digitally-directed modes of discovery, could be attracted at a lower weekly price point Casual readers prefer to engage Globe content – some print and some web, but both less frequently, some willingness to pay
  132. 132. $14.99/mo Digital only Free with print subscription
  133. 133. One brand does not fit all….
  134. 134. 193
  135. 135. Content is not what it used to be.
  136. 136. Curating reader contributions offers new opportunities.
  137. 137. 199
  138. 138. The Bourne experiment  High profile launch in Bourne – wrap/leaflet drop  Alternative 'soft launch' and cumulative approach in Rutland Times  Differentiation – colour coded page furniture  Recruitment phase is critical  Social media endorsement (Bourne 700 to 1,500 Twitter followers)  66% UGC rising to 75%
  139. 139. 201 Community board runs the paper 18-20 contributors: 3-4 journalists Community of columnists and growing
  140. 140. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  141. 141. Roger De’Ath Head Mid-Market Apps & UK Search Google
  142. 142. The New Digital Business The Transformation Agenda Roger De’Ath Head Search & Apps UK, Google Enterprise @cptj007
  143. 143. In A Digital World Everything Is Connected
  144. 144. Companies must succeed in creating transformation through technology, or they’ll face destruction at the hands of their competitors that do. “ ” Source: Capgemini & MIT Sloan Management Review, 2013 Digital Transformation Global Executive Study & Research Project, http://sloanreview.mit.edu/projects/embracing-digital-technology
  145. 145. The Digital Advantage Source: Capgemini & MIT Sloan Management Review, The Digital Advantage: How Digital Leaders Outperform Their Peers In Every Industry, 2013 Revenue Profitability Market Valuation +9% +26% +12% In a 2 year study of 400 large firms - digitally mature companies outperform their competitors.
  146. 146. The Digital Advantage Commences Digital Transformation with Google Commences Digital Transformation with Google Commences Digital Transformation with Google Commences Digital Transformation with Google
  147. 147. Digital Businesses Are Fundamentally Different 1 2 3 4 5 Engagement at scale by leveraging the web and technology to build brands and engage customers The collective intelligence of the entire organization is available to EVERY employee. Work and processes are collaborative, mobile and real time. Data is the core and is available in formats that are digital, sharable and structured. Technology is intuitive people work the way they live.
  148. 148. Transform with Digital Marketplace Digital Workplace 1 Engage at Scale Collective Intelligence2 Collaborative, mobile & real time Data is the core 3 4 Digital Core 5 Technology is intuitive
  149. 149. Corporate transformation, engagement, virtual teams Functional training, change management, adapt process Operational efficiencies, rapid technology, delivery and adoption Deliver transformation at all levels Culture Business Technology Collaboration, innovation, engagement, speed, flexibility, talent retention Process agility, productivity gains, mobility, knowledge discovery Lower TCO, lower CapEx, accelerate technology refresh, rapid upgrades
  150. 150. 66% of ‘50 top Start-Ups” have gone Google 44% of the FTSE 100 have gone Google 74 of the top 100 Universities have gone Google * * * Source: 66% - 2012 WSJ Top 50 Start-ups; 58% - 2012 Fortune 500 Report; 72 - 2013 US News and World Report
  151. 151. EducationGovernmentManufacturing TravelRetailMedia Industries are going Google
  152. 152. Going Google | for work
  153. 153. Transformation | The CxO Agenda Executive leadership must be the stewards of the new digital mindset. They must recognize that the separation between technology and business has vanished. “ ” Source: The Guardian, ‘Every Business Is A Digital Business’, Nick Millman, Managing Director, Accenture Digital, 2014 Innovation Workplace Customers Brands Talent Technology Decision-making
  154. 154. The biggest risk is not taking risks Google Confidential and Proprietary @Google: 10x is better than 10%Google - 10X not 10%
  155. 155. Thank You @cptj007 rogerd@google.com
  156. 156. SPONSORS CORPORATE SPONSOR @digiconx #d14 BROUGHT TO YOU BY
  157. 157. Chris Aitken & Pupils Wick High School and Debbie Forster Apps for Good
  158. 158. Cattle Manager Dog Log
  159. 159. Cattle Manager Cattle Manager
  160. 160. Apps for Good Our approach—course framework App Development Basics Idea Generation: initial ideas & problem solving skills Product Development: prototyping, testing & business models Screening & Scoping: practical market research & technical feasibility Pitching & Competition: Pull together all key artifacts into a pitch for a chance to win expert investment
  161. 161. Balsamiq & Appshed
  162. 162. Just In Case!! • http://apps.appshed.com/248922
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