Better, Quicker, Cheaper  Why should we bother Gillian Bishop, Chief Executive  24 April 2009

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1. Better, Quicker, Cheaper Why should we bother? Gillian Bishop, Chief Executive 24 April 2009

2. Climate change Alienation of youth Poverty and exclusion Rapid urbanisation Ageing and isolation Diversity and conflict Chronic disease and disability Big issues not soluble with business as usual – ageing, climate change, global inequality Climate change Alienation of youth Poverty and exclusion Rapid urbanisation Ageing and isolation Diversity and conflict Chronic disease and disability Big issues not soluble with business as usual – ageing, climate change, global inequality

4. Role of the RIEPs National Improvement and Efficiency Strategy (NIES) December 2007: The NWIEP established in response to the National Strategy to drive the region’s ambitions for excellence through improvement and efficiency. Regional, sector led improvement support: Devolved funding to support sector led improvement and efficiency to the nine English regions. £185m over 3 years. Merger of the Improvement Networks and Regional Centres of Excellence: to form NWIEP Step change in Improvement, Efficiency, Productivity and Innovation in public services

5. Focus of the NWIEP “Better Quality of Life through Better Public Services” Improvement & Efficiency Must Be: Supportive, Sector-led, Sustainable Objectives: Engage the Full Potential of the Sector Challenge & Support Performance Enable Collaboration & Shared Learning Build Capacity & Confidence Mainstream & sustain improvement

6. NWIEP Achievements Robust Annual Report 2008/09 £68m efficiencies & £40m Construction Frameworks Community Empowerment Indicators Excellence Model Neighbourhood Working Response to Economic Downturn & Worklessness LSP Engagement & Developmental Programmes CAA Focus 60% sign up to Skills Pledge Members – Toolkit, Innovation Fund, Field Forces Equality & Diversity - Celebr8 Workforce & Leadership – Significant steps forward Sub Regional Delivery

7. Year 1 Feedback Summary Focus improvement and efficiency priorities going forward to reflect the current economic and regulatory situation; Focus on the ‘added value’ that the NWIEP is best placed to contribute; and Clarify the integrated improvement and efficiency offer to the sector.

8. Focus Years 2 & 3 Evidence Based Needs Led Outcome Focused Adding Value Sustainable ‘Hearts & Minds’ Innovation

9. What do we mean by Innovation? “Successful innovation is the creation and implementation of new processes, products, services and methods of delivery which result in significant improvements in outcomes efficiency, effectiveness or quality” In short….new ideas that work!

10. Focus of Key Regional Issues Evidence Base – University of Manchester Economy and Worklessness Efficiency and Value for Money Community Engagement and Neighbourhoods Partnerships, LSP’s, LAAs & CAA Children, Young People & Families Social Care, Health & Wellbeing Environment: LEQ & Climate Change Community Safety

11. What will enable us to improve, be more efficient & tackle Big Issues 10% 90%

12. “Progress lies not in enhancing what is, but in advancing towards what will be” Kahlil Gibran

13. Contact Details

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