A Report, reflecting on and summarizing the sessions and insights that occured at this Summit, is now available for download.
Federal agency leaders are innovating at an unprecedented pace. Strategies such as shared services, advanced analytics, cloud-based computing, and digital services are increasing efficiency and effectiveness. Even so, it's imperative that such innovation be accelerated and expanded… Yet when looking to the opportunities on the horizon, along with the ambitious goals of the President’s Management Agenda, it’s imperative that innovation be accelerated and extended, and ultimately translated into public value and impact for citizens.
To help federal leaders improve and expand these strategies, the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard, Leadership for a Networked World, and Booz Allen Hamilton are convening senior-most leaders for The 2015 Federal Leadership Summit: Innovation with Impact. This invitation-only Summit, to be held at the American Institute of Architects in Washington D.C. on February 26th and 27th 2015, provides an opportunity for candid collaboration with federal peers, Harvard faculty and researchers, and select industry experts on the future of federal shared services and digital strategies.
The Summit is designed as a practical workshop, in which case studies, peer-to-peer problem-solving sessions and plenary sessions will be used to drive real progress on key initiatives. Participants will leave the Summit prepared and poised to lead their organizations confidently toward the future of shared services and digital strategies.
The Summit is an invitation-only program for senior-most federal executives, thus other applicants will be reviewed and accepted on a case-by-case and space-available basis. This event is supported by the hosting and collaborating organizations and there is no tuition fee to attend; however, travel and hotel expenses are the responsibility of individual participants.
Leadership for a Networked World’s applied research, student innovation challenge, and on-campus summit programs are an initiative of Dr. Antonio M. Oftelie, Innovation Fellow at the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard (TECH), part of the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. TECH is a hub for students, faculty, alumni, and government and industry leaders to learn together, collaborate, and innovate. LNW accelerates these efforts by connecting leaders across sectors and developing cutting-edge thought leadership on innovation and organizational transformation.