One Stop Update for the Accountant in the Public Sector

The changing role of the finance professional in the Public Sector

13 - 14 Mar 2019Te Wharewaka Tapere, Wellington
Event Details
separately bookable workshops
Embarking on your continuous improvement journey - The Finance Leader’s perspective
15 MARCH 2019 | 9.00am -12.30PM

This half-day post-conference workshop offers you practical insights into implementing or honing the continuous improvement programme across your organisation, from the Finance leader’s point of view.

Inter-woven with case studies and war stories, this session helps for you to realise how to start your continuous improvement journey, or hone and assure the initiatives your organisation has already started.

• Creating and setting your organisational-wide and department-wide continuous improvement strategy
• Defining elements of the role of the finance leader in the continuous improvement programme
• Supporting people, communication and process on organisational wide change management to help continuous improvement strategy
• Setting up a performance framework across the departments and driving the right behaviours with the right measures
• Blending continuous improvement as part of organisational culture-practical aspects
• Setting up the right benefit realisation framework and assessing a continuous improvement programme cost-benefit analysis

Darcy Mellsop

Director

ci lab

Darcy is a process and continuous improvement practitioner experienced across Lean Six Sigma, Systems Thinking and the State Services Commission’s better every day methodology for the public sector. Darcy has a proven record of building continuous improvement and customer focused capability in organisations to produce significantly better outcomes for customers. Complementing his continuous improvement specialisation, he has a broad business background which includes roles as a Capability Manager, Change Manager and Project Manager. Highlights of Darcy’s most recent engagements include working with Callaghan Innovation, New Zealand Post, Aviation Security Services, Victoria University of Wellington, Ministry of Social Development, New Zealand Customs Service.

Excel data analysis and reporting
15 March 2019 | 1.30-5.00pm

Designed for regular users of Excel who work with large spreadsheet files that need effective analysing and reporting.  It will provide the necessary skills that use the best methods to efficiently analyse data.

  • Analysing and reporting different types of data
  • Exploring the use of database features and how they can help
  • Simplifying analysing large amounts of information
  • Learning the best ways to present data to communicate effectively

Danny Bedingfield

Trainer

Ace Training

Danny Bedingfield is a Trained teacher who has been in Adult Education for over 12 years. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer who specialises in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio and more recently in the Office 365 environment. He trains collaboration utilising 365 tools such as OneDrive, SharePoint and Teams. Danny is often consulted on better and more efficient ways of organising and analysing data. Working through the benefits of using Power Query and Power Pivot are key ways of ensuring clients are able to be more accurate and effective with their analysis. Danny also enjoys the visual elements that Power BI can add and enjoys creating 3D Maps.

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