With an increasingly volatile and uncertain global environment, public sector leadership will need to adapt quickly to fast-changing circumstances. Exacerbated by an increasingly active and vocal citizenry, it is critical for governments to be pragmatic, lead with a clear vision, and collaborate with the private and people sectors to co-create solutions for a more liveable city. Is good governance alone sufficient to provide the right foundation for disruptive technologies?
Date: 10 July 2018, Tuesday
Time: Session 1: 9:00am – 10:30am
Session 2: 11:00am – 12:30pm
Session 1: Can Good Governance Prepare Cities for Disruptive Innovations?
Session 2: Let’s Talk About Money – How Will Cities of The Future be Financed?
Session 1: They say “Old is Gold” – but is it really? Urban Regeneration Through Integrated Planning
Session 2: Can We Create Inclusive Communities Through Master Planning?
Session 1: What does it take to be an Environmentally and Economically Resilient City?
Session 2: Social Resilience – A Critical Component of a Liveable and Sustainable City?
Session 1: Disruptive Innovations – Bane or Boon for Cities?
Session 2: Does Public-Private-People (3P) Collaboration Yield the Best Social Innovations?