NES Strategic Framework Refresh. How did we do?. Collected examples and evidence of achievements and to identify areas/issues that were not addressed. Education to create an excellent workforce EVIDENCE OF ACTION TO DATE
NES Strategic Framework Refresh
Collected examples and evidence of achievements and to identify areas/issues that were not addressed.
Education to create an excellent workforce
EVIDENCE OF ACTION TO DATE
Graduate Management Training Scheme (SG) and Finance Management Training (NES) merged by NLU.
GP Practice managers scheme extended to dental practices.
WHAT ADDITIONAL WORK REQUIRES TO BE DONE?
KEEP IT? (TALLY VOTES)
Our Six Strategic Themes:
education to create an excellent workforce
reshaping the NHS workforce
responding to new patient pathways
developing innovative educational infrastructure
delivering our aims through a connected organisation
Our Ten Strategic Objectives:
01 Deliver consistent evidence based excellence in education for improved care.
02 Ensure best use of the Additional Costs of Teaching (ACT) funding.
03 Continue to build co-ordinated joint working and engagement with our partners.
04 Provide education in quality improvement for enhanced patient safety & people’s experience of services
05 Develop our support for workforce redesign.
06 Provide integrated education to support models of care which are closer to people in their communities.
07 Support education in partnership that maximises shared knowledge and understanding.
08 Develop flexible, connected and responsive educational infrastructure which covers people, technology and educational content.
09 Establish a performance structure which connects individual performance to our objectives.
10 Improve the sharing of knowledge across our organisation.
Are we making our values live?
What are the external drivers that are influencing our direction of travel?
How will 2014/19 refreshed strategic framework be different?
Planning and resource alignment
Define a set of outcomes
Make resource allocations based on what works
Identify key activities that deliver the outcomes
Outcome Planning in practice
Mainstream evaluation and causation analysis
Identify the resources needed to deliver the activities
Plan and prioritise the use of resources in delivering activities
What do we need to achieve during 2014 - 2019?
A strategic outcome is a desired state or end result articulated through a clear and concise statement of the organisational change that needs to be made to deal with an identified issue. The strategic outcome will indicate the direction of change desired (increase, decrease, maintain) and will set out what, collectively, the organisation wants to achieve.
Instead of referring to Strategic Objectives, we aim to publish clear statements or OUTCOMES that we will achieve over the life of the refreshed strategy.
Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland
education that enables excellence in health and care for the people of
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