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Brought to you by HouseMark, this innovative and inspirational programme will deliver insights, information, tools, techniques and the skills you need to transform your organisation. By leveraging digital solutions, exploring emerging technologies and creating a culture ready for change, this essential programme will accelerate your digital journey.
Returning for a third year, with a new and refreshed agenda, the Digital Transformation Programme starts this October and runs through to February 2020.
"We were able to gain real insights and rounded perspectives from a range of organisations, including out-of-sector best practice.'"
"You can get drawn into digital for digital’s sake, rather than think about the business problem you actually need to solve... The programme gave us the facilitated space to learn how to implement more sustainable change and reflect on what we need as a business."
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Together with our delivery partners, we’ll help you understand your current reality, define where you want to be and support you to develop bespoke strategies and plan to make it happen.
Limited places are available to ensure each participant receives a personalised and truly valuable experience. The cost per person, per organisation is £5,000 + VAT for HouseMark members. A non-member rate is also available. In 2018, 100% of attendees rated the programme as value for money.
The programme starts in October 2019. Places are limited so secure yours now by emailing Tina Reid at email@example.com.
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