NASACT is pleased to announce the latest in its series of training events addressing timely issues in government accounting, auditing and financial management.
Innovation: Everybody in government talks about it. Everyone wants more of it. Your government organization may have even invested in an innovation office or devoted funding to innovation initiatives.
But what does it really take to be innovative? What must you actually DO to transform your back-office into a center of innovation? And most importantly, how do you know when you’re being successful?
To answer those questions, Accenture launched a global study and interviewed 550 government organizations from 10 countries across different parts of the public sector. Our findings reveal who’s leading the way when it comes to innovation – and what they do that sets them apart.
Our research gets to the heart of how government innovation works in the real world. And, we’ve developed an approach that includes five core capabilities that are essential to innovation:
- And, finally, Outcomes & Benefits
We provide this study to give you an opportunity to explore what it really takes to transform the government back office into a center of innovation.
Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Time: 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. Arizona Time
CPE: 2 Credits
In this webinar, attendees will explore best practices to:
- Transform a government’s back office into a center of innovation
- Explore core capabilities essential to innovation
- Identify when implementation of innovation initiatives have been successful
Level of Knowledge
Field of Study
Department of Administration
General Accounting Office
100 N 15th Avenue Suite 302
Please remember to bring your State of Arizona badge to gain access through security.
**You may bring your lunch if you wish. Currently the ADOA Building does not have a cafeteria.
Please park on the lot north of the parking garage or the northeast corner of 15th Avenue and Adams. There are two disabled parking spaces in the visitor section of the garage and three disabled parking spaces in the northeast surface lot. These spaces are NOT restricted by the "2 hour visitor parking" signs.
Registration Information: Space is limited, so reserve your place early
- Sign in to the TraCorp Learning Platform.
If you have not logged in to the new Learning Management Site before, you will need to use your EIN and initial password of “NewUser1” on the first login. Once in, you will have to change your password before proceeding.
- Click “Content”, then “Show Content” at the top of the page.
- Change drop down selection to “Entire Catalog” in the middle of the page.
- Enter “NASACT” in the search box.
- Click on “A Global Perspective on Innovation”.
- Under Upcoming Sessions, select the “Register” button on the right side of the course.
- An email confirmation of your enrollment will be sent to your inbox
CPE: 2 credits
The National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
Please share this program announcement with others in your agency. Please be advised that this presentation may have limited interest and applicability to some State agencies. It is being offered to all State agencies as an opportunity for their employees to gain Continuing Professional Education (CPE) at no cost. Attendance is voluntary.