Moonshot by Aspen CE brings the second interactive conference entitled The Future of Civil Service. In two panels focused on Leadership and Talent Development in Civil Service and Ability of Civil Service to Deliver the leaders and drivers of change will focus on the long-term need to increase the efficiency of state administration and its adaptability to current challenges
To be ready for the challenges of the 21st century, the Czech civil service will have to deal with unprecedentedly complex challenges. These include, for example, digitalization, a change in the structure of the economy and the necessary investment and retraining of employees, or an aging population and increasing inequalities. Moreover, the attitude of citizens and businesses, which are most influenced by political decisions, should also change. People should have an active approach and demand personalized, simplified, or automated services.
14:00 SPEAKERS INTRODUCTION
14:10 Panel 1 - Leadership and Talent Development
14:50 Moonshot STORIES
14:55 Moonshot NOMINATIONS
15:05 MASTER CLASS
15:10 Panel 2 - Ability of Civil Service to Deliver
15:50 VISION OF THE FUTURE
15:55 Closing remarks
The essential component of all organizations in the private and public sectors are their employees. For that reason, we perceive systematic work with human resources as a fundamental condition for increasing the efficiency of civil service. A well-functioning civil service needs influential leaders who are inspirational, develop their team, and ensure quality implementation of public policies. The Czech Republic should therefore strive to make civil service one of the five most attractive employers and offer young talents the prospect of professional development.
One of the main tasks of civil service is to anticipate and proactively address societal challenges. Effective implementation of substantial changes is complex, especially in civil service. According to the McKinsey & Company consulting firm, 80 % of public sector transformations will fail to meet their objectives, even though 93 % of these objectives are perceived as achievable. We therefore need to set clear priorities for each Ministry, transparently monitor their implementation, link the compensation of civil servants to the implementation of the priorities, and organize civil servants in teams with responsibilities across offices, if necessary. In addition, transformations require well-planned, thorough, and two-way communication with the people affected by the change. Few governments communicate effectively enough to win the hearts and minds of the people.
In the second chamber of the livestream we are inviting 100 experts and leaders whose work has a significant impact on the systemic change that we are fighting for to participate throughout the program.
Unbelievable story of challenge and proof of concept overcome by strength, justice, empowerment, intelligence, integrity, progress and/or faith.
We invite master practitioners from all areas of business, social science and technology to educate our audience and provide it with actionable tools and frameworks that can impact their organizations.
Each speaker presents company, product, government, or institution coming up
with solutions for sustainable future ready to be scaled.
Everyone gets a voice and we encourage you to ask questions, vote in live polling and comment and help us to steer the ideation in the right direction.
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