/2 09.00 Welcome & Introductions Suzanne Wise 09.10 Strategy Consultation Overview of responses and next steps Opportunity for questions on responses Louise Parker 09.40Our plans for 2014/15 Introduction Open Culture project brief Questions to consider: 1.Is this the most effective way to drive cultural change? 2.Can we do more to ensure that transparency is firmly embedded into our working culture? 3.Which organisation(s) should we benchmark ourselves against? 4.How do we measure our success? Mark Farrow Chetna Khatri 10.55 Next meeting & any other business Suzanne Wise Agenda
/3 Transparency Strategy Consultation Overview of responses and next steps
/5 Why? We want to be open We want to be open about our plans and what we are doing. We dont have all the answers We want to achieve our goals We are not going to do this successfully if we try do it alone.
/6 What? We asked 11 questions These were the areas we felt we would benefit having some input. But really we wanted people internally and externally to give us their view. Objectives Approach Publication Priorities Working with other organisations Open data Measures of success Benefits Industry Outreach Communication
/22 A vision To be a company respected for our openness, honesty and accessibility, setting the standard for transparency in the corporate sector.
/23 Early focus Publishing the strategy Polling – creating a baseline against which to measure progress Finding organisations we can benchmark ourselves against Working with the industry to become more transparent together Making sense of open culture & start to work towards one
/27 Key challenges Framing what good looks like for Network Rail Demonstrating the benefits of a transparent culture Measuring our success
/28 Questions/Discussion Is this the most effective way to drive cultural change? Can we do more to ensure that transparency is firmly embedded into out working culture? How do we measure our success? Which organisations should we benchmark ourselves against?