11AM PT, 2PM ET
State and local governments face a desperate need to innovate and modernize as they operate in a new COVID-19 era and confront budget shortfalls from a global recession. These priorities magnify the importance of efforts already underway to optimize the efficiency of system development and implementation. Traditional waterfall development simply does not work in this environment and organizations may not be poised to go full-tilt agile. In either case, it can be difficult to not fall back on old habits when projects are complex and the stakes are high. There must be a middle ground.
Join Government Technology on October 26 at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern for insights on how your organization can use innovative system deployment techniques to achieve critical business outcomes faster and with less risk. Our experts will explain how you can apply the principles of agility, design thinking and cultural change to be more adaptive in your modernization efforts.
Register now and you’ll hear:
- Why many state and local leaders can get stuck and fall back on implementation strategies that don’t work
- How the pace and rhythm of software implementation has changed the approach to cultural change
- How flexibility can create stability
- What other organizational traits are critical to innovate, adapt, and efficiently respond to stakeholders and constituents