implementing change to create more value
The Barbican, London 23rd September 2010
This event is CPD certified
The coalition between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats undoubtedly signals change, not least to the delivery of public services. With the £163bn budget deficit high on the new government?s agenda, and Chancellor George Osborne pledging to cut £6bn of public spending by next April, efficiency savings would appear to be the initial step in a long walk back to financial stability.
The current economic climate provides the perfect opportunity to apply lean principles to radically rethink procedures and processes, not just as a quick fix with regards to budget cuts, but also to apply lean into the initial design of our everyday operations within the workplace and fully utilise it as a long-term positive change in policy-making.
Key speakers include:
Ian Frost CPFA, CIPFA
'Can Lean Enhance Public Services?'
How first class public services can be maintained and improved through Lean processes
Alison McDonald, P&I Deputy Director PaceSetter, HMRC
'Practical Application of Lean'
A lesson into how Lean is applied, and the benefits afforded
Professor Zoe Radnor, Reader in Operations Management, Warwick Business School
?What Is Lean?? Application of Lean Processes in the Public Sector
David Godber, Deputy Chief Executive of the Design Council
?Public Services: 'Lean' by design?
An insight into how smart design application can benefit Lean delivery
Doug Maclean, Socitm Consulting Manager
?Applying 'Lean' thinking to Local Government Services?
Maintaining local services and reducing operational costs
Further details of the programme can be found online.
Lean Government: Implementing change to create more value is a must-attend for all public and private sector personnel who may be affected by, or involved in, management, procurement and operational efficiency. The application of ?lean? can release a huge amount of potential in individuals and gives people the opportunity to innovate. On the day, managers will gain a greater understanding of how to create the right environment for this to happen.
Places are limited to 250 and are awarded on a first come first served basis.
Discount for group bookings now available!
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