Social and Community Services 2025 – ARE YOU TECH READY?
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|Date:||Wednesday 5 August 2020|
Presented by the Social Innovation Research Institute
As a social purpose organisation, were you tech ready when COVID-19 struck? While some were, many weren’t.
The current fourth industrial revolution is bringing massive disruption involving automation of basic work, AI to drive decisions, and big data analytics. It is changing work, organisations and end-user experiences. We refer to this societal impact as Society 4.0.
The community and social services sector is radically changing in response to Society 4.0 and the pandemic.
With social purpose organisations and sector analysts, we co-designed a briefing so you can be tech ready for 2025. Led by Institute Director, Jane Farmer and Suzie Cathro of RowBoat a panel of sector leaders will discuss how to prepare your organisation, people and end-users for this vital tech-capable journey for the social purpose sector. A Q&A session will follow, where you can take part.
- Dr Catherine Brown, CEO, Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation
- Kirra Johnson, Senior Manager Social Innovation & Design, Neami National
- David Spriggs, CEO, Infoxchange
- Alison Crowe, Community Projects Manager, Independence Australia
- Dr Sean Gallagher, Director, Centre for the New Workforce, Swinburne University of Technology
All attendees will receive a free copy of the co-designed Tech Capable 2025 briefing.
The Social Innovation Research Institute at Swinburne University of Technology supports social and community services to integrate new technologies with caring practice.