This is a talk I delivered at the 2018 FWD50 conference.
I wanted to introduce government attendees to the role social marketing (not to be confused with social media marketing) can play in communicating tech disruption. The official description was as follows:
"Your role as communications and policy professionals in the public sector is growing with the need to improve transparency and accessibility, promote new and expanded digital services, safeguard reputation, and maintain public confidence. This session will explore the current state of global trust in technology and provide participants with possible approaches towards better communicating the value and importance of change and technology disruption, especially if it can lead to improved service delivery. Participants will be introduced to a social marketing / behaviour change framework, which aims to move beyond “awareness building” and into attitude and behaviour change".