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Come and see us in our session at this event or on the stall to find out more. We are proud to be Platinum Sponsors of this event with many users in Wales we are always keen to attend and support customer networks. Find out about potentially the best continuous improvement software and other services that can help your organisation improve delivery like Lego Serious Play and Playing Lean.

A govcamp is an event, also known as an unconference, where the attendees lead the programme – there is a theme, or overarching question, but there is no detailed agenda until the start of the day when people make suggestions for what they’d like to talk about.

Delegates attend the sessions that interest them. The sessions may vary vastly by topic and style but all are intended to encourage conversation, learning from peers, creativity and collaborative working.

The event is free to attend and open to anyone who wants to be there: public/private/whatever sector, for work or if you’re just passionate about public services in Wales, and how they affect our lives.

The nuts and bolts of how we run this unconference is following Open Space principles, so people wander in and out of sessions, and many tweet, blog and take photos to record and share their learning with the outside world.
At the beginning of the day the whole group will gather together and be guided through creating the agenda. Everyone there has the opportunity to put forward sessions for the agenda, and all sessions are welcome.
Every delegate will have the opportunity to propose a session; then based on the level of interest gauged, the session will be allocated an appropriate room (i.e. the more interest the bigger the room) and a spot on the agenda. This continues until all spots are full.
The sessions will no doubt range in style: some are formal pre-prepared thinking reflecting on years of research… some are new ideas that would be great to chat through with some peers… some involve the hatching of ideas there and then on the day. All are welcomed!