Join Cognitive Edge, with participation from Bangor University and the Wales Audit Office, for the Project Definition Phase of our Small Countries programme.
10:00-11:00 Dave to give overview of SenseMaker® and the programme
11:00-13:00 Chris Bolton (WAO), Dave possibly Tony and Zhen and Jules (Cognitive Edge) to share SenseMaker® cases
14:30-15:30 Split into groups based on sector, start to define needs at all levels
15:30-16:30 Groups to run in parallel identifying projects and resources
16:30-17:00 Tea Break
17:00-18:00 Iterate back to goals, each group to designate representative to share the projects they've come up with
10:00-11:00 Anne McMurray (Anne McMurray Development Ltd, Belfast) to share how SenseMaker® has been used in the Northern Ireland public sector – presentation with Q&A
11:00-13:00 Detailed planning of projects by each group – timelines, resources, funding, level of commitment :: re-iterate until satisfactory
13:00-15:30 Lunch and as-much-as-you-can-cover castle exploring (we would do it after, but the clock goes back one hour on Sunday 26 Oct and the castle closes by 17:00 – we'd rather not any missteps on the battlements!)
15:30-17:30 Open discussions / sharing / networking / Jules to summarise and visually record outcomes and outputs
17:30-18:00 Tea Break / Dave to close event
Once again, thank you all for your participation, and we look forward to getting this programme off the ground. In case anyone has missed it, the venue is Galeri Caernarfon, Doc Victoria, Gwynedd LL55 1SQ, both days 10:00-18:00.
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Meals: Lunch and tea will be provided at the Galeri; dinners will hopefully self-organise. We have a few recommendations by Caernarfon residents: Celtic Royal, Black Boy Inn, Anglesey Arms, Foo's, Castle/Rhodri's, Blas, Osteria Caernarfon. The Galeri bar and restaurant are also open.
Cabs: Chubb's Cabs 01248 353535 – cash only
Dress code: There is none save what the weather and modesty dictate.
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Leadership Development Consultant
Bangor University, Applied Cybernetics and HCI, Topological Data Visualisation, Software Economy Ecosystems, Open Source, Collaboration, Cefnogi'r Iaith Gymraeg
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