Apparently… out there in the real world…they’re still having conferences 1.0 style. Crazy, huh?!
Next week, Wednesday (9th) to Friday (11th) sees the 2011 COSLA and Improvement Service Annual Conference in Fairmont, St Andrews – the “keynote local government event in the Scottish calendar”. This year’s conference is entitled Rising to the Challenge: Protecting our Communities and Services.
ScotGovCamp sponsors Learning Pool will be exhibiting at the conference for the first time. Learning Pool are currently collaborating with the Improvement Service on a project to help Scottish councils use flexible and agile working. You can find out about the project (and Learning Pool’s other work in Scotland) from Dave Briggs, Mary McKenna and Paul McElvaney who will be on the Learning Pool stand (Dave will be there on the 9th and 10th, Paul and Mary will be in attendance on the 10th and 11th).
- Conference programme
- Find out more about Learning Pool’s work in Scotland by getting in touch with Breda Doherty, Learning Pool’s representative in Scotland
- Agile working project
PS. If you’re attending and fancy covering the conference for this blog, please give me a bell! (no payment involved obviously, but just think of the fame…)