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Maribyrnong’s Way: Service Reviews / Continuous Improvement Integrated Facility Planning Mary Ciliak, Senior Coordinator Corporate Planning & Performance.

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1 Maribyrnong’s Way: Service Reviews / Continuous Improvement Integrated Facility Planning Mary Ciliak, Senior Coordinator Corporate Planning & Performance Hosted by Knox City Council 29 January 2014

2 SETTING THE SCENE

3 Snapshot 5km from Docklands 79,000 people, and growing Multicultural Highly disadvantaged (parts) Social issues unemployment gambling, drug use, affordable housing, refugees etc

4 What is driving Population Change? Large development sites Industrial sites changing to residential Higher density Infill developments

5 Likely impacts of growth….. Gentrification Greater demand, and use of our facilities Increase demand for our services / programs A need for new infrastructure

6 SERVICE REVIEWS INTEGRATED PLANNING MODEL

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10 SERVICE REVIEW / CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

11 Key Drivers Part of Continuous Improvement program Achieving Best Value for our community Focus on sustainability of services Optimising resources available Clarification of Council priorities Achieving Business Excellence principles Support decision-making and forward planning

12 2-3 years roll out program Team focus / engagement Simple Manageable Flexible Resourced (small budget) Sustainable Our approach

13 Key Steps Approximately 6 months process

14 Starting Point - Step 1 Key focus areas 1.Our staff - skills, capacity 2.Evidence - meeting our customers’ needs 3.Processes 4.Reliable performance data 5.Financially sustainable

15 Resources Available Information sessions Central budget to support teams $40,000 Corporate Planning and Performance Staff time (Senior Business Analyst, Corporate Planning Officer, Senior Coordinator CP&P Teams undertaking service review

16 Getting ‘Buy In’ Flexibility in approach / time Recognising that ‘one size does not fit all’ Different level of support Different level of analysis / reporting Seeing it as an opportunity to promote their service to EMT

17 Focus of Service Reviews ‘Musts’ Understanding what we do now Demonstrating understanding of community expectations Consultation – internal / external Benchmarking (including non Government sector) Continuous Improvement opportunities / service models Presenting outcomes to EMT

18 Outcomes - The Big Picture

19 Outcomes (organisation) Building Organisational Capacity Commitment to purchase Promapp – business process mapping system & staff position Collaboration across different business units / strong team approach Streamlining consultation and benchmarking approach (eg. via surveymonkey) Present findings in front of EMT

20 Outcomes (teams) Team building Better understanding of their ‘business’ Redirecting resources Improvements / change in service delivery Better understanding of community expectations Stronger business case for ‘new positions’

21 Outcomes (community) More responsive service model (measured via Annual community Survey) Increased engagement Council more ‘visible’ Aiming for ‘best practice’ models – to benefit the community

22 Challenges along the way Getting started – slow start Resources – allocating time Organisational change Consultation / benchmarking – need to allocate sufficient time Keeping on track Resourcing and supporting multiple teams

23 Keeping it ‘live’ – some challenges Seeing it as an integrated process Continued commitment at a management level Accountability Implementation and reporting on ‘continuous improvement’ actions

24 Contact: Mary Ciliak, Senior Coordinator Corporate Planning and Performance ,


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