HackIT 3.0 weeknote #4

Week ending 06/08/21

Another busy fortnight in the world of HackIT 3.0 with more career development opportunities on offer and a really engaged workshop session.

Career development opportunities:

Plans to establish pilot product teams continued to evolve with internal applications now being reviewed for some key roles in a pilot document management product team. 

Plus we’ve just invited people to apply to join a new project to establish a Standards & Assurance function. Full details here.

We’re also about to submit a job description for a Product Management Lead role to HR for evaluation which we plan to advertise in the coming weeks.

HackIT 3.0 workshops:

I organised the latest HackIT 3.0 workshop on 3 August, with Cate and Henry, to discuss the subject of making time for learning at work. Big thanks to everyone who attended and made it a very engaging session. 

There was some really interesting debate around how we can do this as an organisation, as line managers and as individuals. Read the full workshop summary here.

There are two more workshops coming up this month with different members of DMT:

  • Principles of a learning agreement – 24 Aug (9.30-11am) – with Cate McLaurin + Emma McGowan. Sign up here

And back by popular demand… for those who weren’t able to make the last workshop we’re running another session on:  

  • Standards & Assurance – 25 Aug (3-4pm) – with Cate McLaurin. Sign up here
Recap for any new recruits:

I’m the lead organisational change manager working to support our Divisional Management Team (DMT) to deliver HackIT 3.0, the vision for this is laid out in the ‘Towards our future shape’ document.

The development of HackIT 3.0 is an ongoing conversation, which everyone is invited to participate in. You can contact me directly, join the #hackit-3-point-0 Slack channel, and watch out for regular updates via Google Currents and show and tells.

Hope you all have a fantastic weekend.

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