Mastering dX: What is the Status Quo Costing You?

July 15, 2024
Register by July 15, 2024

Webinar Details

The Workforce ITSC 'Mastering Digital Transformation (dX)' monthly webinar series explores critical roles and skills public workforce leaders need to champion digital innovation in service delivery while mitigating potential risks.

Join us for the July session, What is the Status Quo Costing You? on Monday, July 15, 2024. (12:30 – 1:15 p.m. ET). Registration closes July 15, 2024, or earlier if capacity is reached.


David Eaves, a global thought leader in digital era government, will discuss why workforce system leaders must press through “the inertia of the status quo” to optimize modern technology to improve staff productivity and customer outcomes.

Eaves is a government digital transformation expert and practitioner working with governments around the globe. Eaves will discuss his approach to “government as a platform” and his emphasis on “modular” versus “monolithic” approaches to IT system builds. He’ll offer examples from around the globe, showing how governments are innovating successfully and helping leaders to understand the costs of delay in optimizing digital era approaches.


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Rick Maher - President & CEO, Adaptive Human Capital; Workforce IT Support Center Consultant


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David Eaves - Associate Professor and Deputy Director, Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, University College London, London, England, United Kingdom; Co-Founder and CEO, ReCollect


This webinar series targets leaders and key staff of education and workforce system agencies.


For questions regarding this webinar series, contact witsc@naswa.org.

The deadline to register for this webinar is July 15, or earlier if capacity is reached.

NASWA Workforce ITSC offers a range of services to support all workforce system partners, NASWA Members and Government Partners, as they work collaboratively to meet current and future customer needs. Learn more about Workforce ITSC at www.naswa.org/witsc