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1 ADASS Spring Seminar 18 April Title ADASS NW – Stephen Reddy ADASS London - Anne Bristow & Simon Pearce Two approaches to Sector Led Improvement

2 “What a relief! I thought it was someone wanting me to go to the PowerPoint presentation.”

3 Workshop Format: Sector Led Improvement NW Approach Engagement and Commitment Risk Based Approach Discussion points London Approach Getting the ‘buy in’ “Light Touch” peer review Discussion points Discussion

4 ADASS NW Approach to SLI Thematic reviews covering all 23 upper tier authorities

5 ADASS NW Approach to SLI Thematic reviews covering all 23 upper tier authorities Workforce development / market management

6 ADASS NW Approach to SLI Thematic reviews covering all 23 upper tier authorities Risk based peer support / challenge (by exception) Workforce development / market management

7 Engagement and Commitment Excellence Board and Planning Group

8 Engagement and Commitment Excellence Board and Planning Group Memorandum of Understanding and Cabinet Report Template

9 Engagement and Commitment Excellence Board and Planning Group NW SLI Conference July 2013 Memorandum of Understanding and Cabinet Report Template

10 Risk Based Approach: Use of Triggers OUTCOMES

11 Risk Based Approach: Use of Triggers OUTCOMESRESOURCES

12 Risk Based Approach: Use of Triggers OUTCOMESRESOURCES Other INTELLIGENCE

13 Risk Based Approach: Use of Triggers STAKEHOLDER INTERFACE OUTCOMESRESOURCES Other INTELLIGENCE

14 Discussion Points: Risk Based Assessment Triggers appropriate?

15 Discussion Points: Risk Based Assessment Triggers appropriate? Council and Regional analysis and reporting processes?

16 Discussion Points: Risk Based Assessment Triggers appropriate? Council and Regional analysis and reporting processes? How?

17 Discussion Points: Risk Based Assessment Triggers appropriate? Council and Regional analysis and reporting processes? How? How frequent?

18 Discussion Points: Risk Based Assessment Triggers appropriate? Council and Regional analysis and reporting processes? How? How frequent? Who?

19 ADASS London Approach All 33 reviews by April days “light touch”

20 How we organised ‘Buy in’ from all boroughs

21 How we organised ‘Buy in’ from all boroughs 1 day training session

22 How we organised ‘Buy in’ from all boroughs 1 day training session Pool of expertise

23 What kind of review? Topics self-selected

24 What kind of review? Topics self-selected Mutual support – ‘Critical Friend’

25 What kind of review? Topics self-selected Mutual support – ‘Critical Friend’ Does not aim to replicate previous inspection processes

26 A Typical Review Typical Review

27 A Typical Review Typical Review Scope based on LGA standards

28 A Typical Review Typical Review Scope based on LGA standards Pre-review self assessment

29 A Typical Review Typical Review Scope based on LGA standards Pre-review self assessment Information pack for review team

30 A Typical Review Typical Review Scope based on LGA standards Pre-review self assessment Information pack for review team Feedback and solutions planning

31 A Typical Review Typical Review 3 days Scope based on LGA standards Pre-review self assessment Information pack for review team Feedback and solutions planning

32 A Typical Review Typical Review 3 days Scope based on LGA standards Pre-review self assessment Information pack for review team Feedback and solutions planning Team

33 Pilot Phase 4 boroughs January to March 2013

34 Pilot Phase Evaluation of Pilot Effectiveness of training 4 boroughs Structure of review January to March 2013

35 Discussion Points: Peer Review Underpins wider risk assessment and Sector Led improvement

36 Discussion Points: Peer Review Promotes shared learning and mutual support Underpins wider risk assessment and Sector Led improvement

37 Discussion Points: Peer Review Promotes shared learning and mutual support Programming and commitment from Borough and reviewers Underpins wider risk assessment and Sector Led improvement

38 Discussion Points: Peer Review Confirmed self-assessment Promotes shared learning and mutual support Programming and commitment from Borough and reviewers Underpins wider risk assessment and Sector Led improvement

39 Discussion Points: Peer Review Confirmed self-assessment New/helpful perspective for reviewers Promotes shared learning and mutual support Programming and commitment from Borough and reviewers Underpins wider risk assessment and Sector Led improvement

40 Discussion Points: Peer Review Confirmed self-assessment New/helpful perspective for reviewers Promotes shared learning and mutual support Programming and commitment from Borough and reviewers Underpins wider risk assessment and Sector Led improvement Wider circulation of reports

41 Discussion Points: Peer Review Confirmed self-assessment New/helpful perspective for reviewers Promotes shared learning and mutual support Programming and commitment from Borough and reviewers Underpins wider risk assessment and Sector Led improvement Wider circulation of reportsReporting issues found

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