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CAN!. EVERY. ONE. Building Better Neighbourhoods. Salford Strategic Partnership Meeting Sue Lightup: Salford City Council Executive Director, Community, Health and Social Care. Introduction: Two questions, One answer. Neighbourhoods: SSP request – March 2008 Future Search – July 2008

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Building better neighbourhoods

CAN!

EVERY

ONE

Building Better Neighbourhoods

Salford Strategic Partnership Meeting

Sue Lightup: Salford City Council

Executive Director, Community, Health and Social Care


Introduction two questions one answer
Introduction:Two questions, One answer

  • Neighbourhoods: SSP request – March 2008

  • Future Search – July 2008

  • Summit held December 2008

  • “Strategic Direction of Neighbourhoods Review”

  • “Building Better Neighbourhoods” Programme

  • SSP review of governance, commissioning etc

  • Aligned today


Understanding our task
Understanding our task

Our shared business drivers – “the non-negotiables”

  • Improve outcomes/narrow the gap

  • Efficiency: achieve more for less

  • Partnership targets - LAA

  • Partnership inspections - CAA

  • Deliver service business plans

  • Legislation eg Duty To Involve

  • “No change” is not an option


Understanding our task1
Understanding our task

Improve our whole system to be:

  • Informed by our successes as a national leader

  • Clear and understandable

  • Effective – delivery focused

  • Efficient – no gaps or overlaps

  • Well aligned: vision, plans and structures

  • Well aligned: roles and responsibilities

  • Well aligned: talents and resources - all sectors, all levels

  • Well aligned: core work and emerging agendas

  • “People and culture” as well as “structures and processes”

  • Affordable!


Understanding our task2
Understanding our task

‘In my view it’s all about…..’

Governance!

Resources!

Community Committees!

Neighbourhood Managers!

Co-location Services!

Community

Action Plans!

Delivery!

Management Structures!

All Partners!

The Council!

This area!

Engagement & Empowerment!

Pledge1, Pledge2….Pledge 7!

Those targets! LAA! CAA!

Neighbourhood Level!

My Directorate!

Area Co-ordinators!

Democracy!

Cohesion & Equalities!

Smaller than neighbourhood level!

The big picture!

Or all of the above?


Understanding the task

  • “THE DELIVERY WHEEL”

  • “We need to be all driving in the same direction…

  • to the same place”

  • That’s got to mean all joined up at:

  • Agency level

  • Partnership level

  • Neighbourhood level

  • Community level


Recommendations
Recommendations

  • Develop shared vision

  • Align SSP and Neighbourhoods reviews

  • Develop unified, well-led neighbourhood approach

  • Develop core offer to each area

  • Jointly commission to narrow the gaps

  • Adjust NPBs, Community Committees, Political Execs

  • Improve engagement and empowerment

  • Align with “Total Place”

  • Support people and relationships

  • Partnership briefings


Recommendation 1 our vision everyone can
Recommendation 1Our Vision: “Everyone Can”

Salford will be made up of successful neighbourhoods where:

  • Everyone can see things improving.

  • Everyone can be proud to live and work.

  • Everyone can get along.

  • Everyone can find out what is happening.

  • Everyone can access the services they need.

  • Everyone can connect to opportunities.

  • Everyone can have their say.

  • Everyone can work well together.

  • Everyone can help.

  • Everyone can benefit.


Recommendations 2 5 governance and commissioning
Recommendations 2 & 5Governance and Commissioning

  • Align Neighbourhoods Review with SSP review

  • Detailed SSP report to follow

  • Need whole system solution

  • Need clear structures and roles

  • Need to use commissioning at city and neighbourhood level to narrow the gap

  • Need strong link between neighbourhood and strategic levels

  • Area Co-ordinator / “Executive Link” role


Recommendation 3 4 neighbourhood leadership and delivery
Recommendation 3 & 4Neighbourhood leadership and delivery

  • Unified neighbourhood approach

  • Lead professionals from key services

  • NPB role

  • Thematic leadership from partners

  • Single Neighbourhood Plan

  • Core Offer

  • Targeted services and interventions

  • Strengthened role for Neighbourhood Managers

  • “Matrix Management”


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Neighbourhood-level co-ordination and leadership: Have we got it right yet? For each theme? As a joined-up whole?


We need everyone facing in the right direction, strong local leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.


Recommendation 6 adjusted terms of reference
Recommendation 6 leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.Adjusted terms of reference

  • Strengthened NPBs – key role in driving delivery

  • Community Committee – informs, affirms, checks

  • Community Committee – nominees to NPB

  • Wider forms of engagement, not just CC

  • Political Executives – absorbed into NPB

  • Elected members to meet as they choose


Recommendation 7 engagement and empowerment
Recommendation 7 leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.Engagement and Empowerment

  • History in Salford. One of 18 NEA members

  • Statutory Duty to Involve

  • These are delivery issues

  • Outcomes are not just what services do

  • Need shared: language, approach, ambition, action plan

  • Part of everyone’s job

  • Align our messages for savings and impact

  • Perceptions are an outcome and an enabler

  • Align agendas such as cohesion, inclusion, supporting democracy, role of Third Sector, Citizenship, etc.


Recommendation 8 align with total place
Recommendation 8 leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.Align with Total Place

  • Important emerging agenda

  • Efficiency priorities

  • Significant opportunity

  • Salford pilots

  • Needs to be aligned

  • (We need a flexible system capable of integrating any future new drivers.)

  • (Keep on track: “Bend not break”)


Recommendation 9 organisational development people and culture
Recommendation 9 leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.Organisational Development: People and Culture

  • “This is a people business”

  • “We’re only as good as our people and the relationships between them”

  • “People and Culture” not just “Structure and Process”

  • “It doesn’t just happen”

  • Leadership needed to “mainstream” neighbourhood working

  • Partnership approach needed to developing skills and relationships

  • All levels


How does it all fit together
How does it all fit together? leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.

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Many products one vision
Many Products, One Vision leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.


Programme management
Programme Management leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.

  • Needs active political, partnership and service-level support

  • Needs the right place in our portfolios

  • All partners will have to lead

  • Needs to be clear and a priority at all levels

  • Needs joined-up, effective programme management

  • Needs to keep on track


How are we progressing
How are we progressing? leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.

  • Securing partnership understanding and commitment

  • Organising ourselves in neighbourhoods together

  • Strengthening local leadership including identifying “lead professionals”

  • Working on strengthening Neighbourhood Manager role

  • Simplifying neighbourhood-level structures – NPB & Political Exec

  • Turning CAPs into neighbourhood priorities linking to business plans

  • Being clear about “core service offers”

  • Working on how to link the neighbourhood and strategic levels

  • Demonstrating that “You said so we did…”


Win wins benefits for all
“Win/Wins”- Benefits for all leadership on each theme and clear overall leadership at neighbourhood level. = Effective delivery for all.

Get this right and the winners include:

  • Citizens/customers

  • Taxpayers

  • Service providers

  • Staff and managers

  • Elected members

  • Neighbourhoods and the city

  • The Partnership


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