Dom Campbell @ Futuregov: Designing for change in public services
22nd July 2014
Design Hub, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
For those who have attended our successful discussion panel in 2012, it will be a delight to know that Dom was back again in Melbourne to give us a talk on 'Designing for change in public services'.
Dominic Campbell is a digital government specialist and founder of FutureGov. FutureGov designs digital products that improve public services, especially in areas of high importance, cost and risk such as child protection and social care.
FutureGov has a 30-strong team in the UK, and has been working with local government in Australia over the last couple of years. It's great to have Dom join us to talk about how FutureGov has used service design to transform public services.
About DomDominic Campbell is a digital government specialist and social innovator with a background in government policy, communications and technology-led change.
He is an experienced organisational change agent with senior management experience in implementing successful change initiatives within the local government sector, with a primary interest in emerging uses of new media and "social" strategies to deliver public service transformation and social innovation.
Dominic was recently voted in both the top 50 most influential people in UK local government and top 50 most influential users of social networking site Twitter in the UK.