Digital Transformation Strategy

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Naturally Connected: Adopting a digital operating model to put you at the heart of everything we do.

As the world becomes increasingly more digital, Northern Beaches Council and its community need to adapt and become more innovative. Digital transformation will enable us to provide a premium service to our customers and community and be a leading workplace for staff. It will also assist the Northern Beaches community to keep pace with a changing digital landscape.

Naturally Connected: Adopting a digital operating model to put you at the heart of everything we do.

As the world becomes increasingly more digital, Northern Beaches Council and its community need to adapt and become more innovative. Digital transformation will enable us to provide a premium service to our customers and community and be a leading workplace for staff. It will also assist the Northern Beaches community to keep pace with a changing digital landscape.

This consultation has concluded.
  • Digital Transformation Strategy adopted

    2 months ago

    At a meeting on 25 July 2017, Council adopted the Northern Beaches Digital Transformation Strategy.

    View Council Minutes (Item 7.4)
    View final Digital Transformation Strategy - July 2017

    At a meeting on 25 July 2017, Council adopted the Northern Beaches Digital Transformation Strategy.

    View Council Minutes (Item 7.4)
    View final Digital Transformation Strategy - July 2017

  • Upcoming Council Meeting - 25 July 2017

    2 months ago

    A report will go to Council 25 July 2017 to report the results of the public exhibition of the draft Digital Transformation Strategy and seek approval for its adoption.

    Council exhibited the draft Strategy from 31 May to 2 July 2017. One submission was received.

    View the Council Report here (Item 7.4)

    Details of the Council meeting are:

    Date: Tuesday 25 July 2017
    Venue: Memorial Hall, Mona Vale
    Time: 6.30pm

    If you would like to address Council in person on the Strategy, please register here by noon on Tuesday 25 July.

    A report will go to Council 25 July 2017 to report the results of the public exhibition of the draft Digital Transformation Strategy and seek approval for its adoption.

    Council exhibited the draft Strategy from 31 May to 2 July 2017. One submission was received.

    View the Council Report here (Item 7.4)

    Details of the Council meeting are:

    Date: Tuesday 25 July 2017
    Venue: Memorial Hall, Mona Vale
    Time: 6.30pm

    If you would like to address Council in person on the Strategy, please register here by noon on Tuesday 25 July.

  • Online/Mobile Friendly Version of the Strategy

    2 months ago

  • How to get involved

    4 months ago

    At a meeting on 30 May 2017 we resolved to exhibit the draft Northern Beaches Council Digital Transformation Strategy for a period of 28 days and that the submissions received and final Strategy be reported back to Council for consideration and adoption.

    View Council Report (Item 7.4) - 30 May 2017
    View draft Digital Transformation Strategy

    Make a submission

    Online
    In writing - Marked "Digital Transformation" to Northern Beaches Council, 1 Park St Mona Vale 2103

    Come along to find out more at a drop in session

    • Wednesday 14 June, 5-7pm at Manly Town Hall

    For further information contact Claire Chaikin-Bryan on 9970 1279

    Submissions closed Sunday 2 July 2017

    At a meeting on 30 May 2017 we resolved to exhibit the draft Northern Beaches Council Digital Transformation Strategy for a period of 28 days and that the submissions received and final Strategy be reported back to Council for consideration and adoption.

    View Council Report (Item 7.4) - 30 May 2017
    View draft Digital Transformation Strategy

    Make a submission

    Online
    In writing - Marked "Digital Transformation" to Northern Beaches Council, 1 Park St Mona Vale 2103

    Come along to find out more at a drop in session

    • Wednesday 14 June, 5-7pm at Manly Town Hall

    For further information contact Claire Chaikin-Bryan on 9970 1279

    Submissions closed Sunday 2 July 2017

  • Background

    4 months ago

    Council has recognised the global trend to a more digital economy and way of working has prompted the business to prioritise the creation of a Digital Transformation Strategy for the Northern Beaches Council.

    The Digital Transformation project was identified as one of the priority projects for Core Service Integration at a Council Meeting on 8 November 2016.

    View Council Report - Item 6.2 (pge 14)

    The purpose of this project is to engage with staff and the community to create a vision for the Digital Transformation of the Northern Beaches Council. A desktop study of 12 similar strategies indicates that the following areas are likely to be of importance:

    • Online delivery of services to our customers
    • Support participation by a broader range of residents through digital democracy
    • Launching digital initiatives across the broader community
    • Fostering digital talent and growth in the local government area
    • Supporting staff working wherever they are via rich digital app-like experiences rather than via full screen PC based application, spreadsheet and web site experiences
    • Identify and expand digital talent in the Northern Beaches Council
    • Optimising staff accommodation using digital technologies
    • Serving as digital industry thought leaders in local government.

    Council has recognised the global trend to a more digital economy and way of working has prompted the business to prioritise the creation of a Digital Transformation Strategy for the Northern Beaches Council.

    The Digital Transformation project was identified as one of the priority projects for Core Service Integration at a Council Meeting on 8 November 2016.

    View Council Report - Item 6.2 (pge 14)

    The purpose of this project is to engage with staff and the community to create a vision for the Digital Transformation of the Northern Beaches Council. A desktop study of 12 similar strategies indicates that the following areas are likely to be of importance:

    • Online delivery of services to our customers
    • Support participation by a broader range of residents through digital democracy
    • Launching digital initiatives across the broader community
    • Fostering digital talent and growth in the local government area
    • Supporting staff working wherever they are via rich digital app-like experiences rather than via full screen PC based application, spreadsheet and web site experiences
    • Identify and expand digital talent in the Northern Beaches Council
    • Optimising staff accommodation using digital technologies
    • Serving as digital industry thought leaders in local government.