Perfect for: Everyone attending ArborFest this year!
Recovery is under-rated and hard to prioritise, particularly during ongoing periods of uncertainty like the one we face now. During 2020, schools, multi-academy trusts, community groups and charities have endlessly innovated and adapted and shown the potential to shape better digital social infrastructure for everyone. So what happens next?
Join Rachel Coldicutt, expert on the relationship between social impact and tech, and former CEO of Doteveryone, as she walks us through The Glimmers Report: a new, practical toolkit to help schools, trusts and other community organisations reflect on their rapid transformation, look ahead, and set new KPIs.
Rachel will talk through how your school or trust could use the toolkit, which features a lightweight set of thoughtful exercises for teams and organisations to reflect and:
- Map the ways they have changed and adapted during the pandemic
- Review and analyse that change
- Consider the new roles and skill sets that might be needed
- Set KPIs that help to achieve your future mission
You should leave with practical ideas to take back to your school or trust, including how to roadmap what to do next. We hope to see you there!
About Rachel Coldicutt
Rachel Coldicutt is an expert on the social impact of new and emerging technologies. She was previously CEO of responsible technology think tank Doteveryone, where she led a ground-breaking programme researching how technology is changing society, and developed practical tools for responsible innovation. Prior to that, Rachel spent almost 20 years working at the cutting edge of new technology for companies including the BBC, Microsoft, BT, and Channel 4, and was a pioneer in the digital art world.
Rachel is an influential voice on the UK technology scene, and acts as an advisor, board member and trustee to a number of regulators, think tanks, companies and charities. She was awarded an OBE for services to digital society in 2019, and is currently writing a book about careful innovation. She can be found @rachelcoldicutt on Twitter.