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1 Facilitating a culture of data sharing between LSP partners

2 Council aims to improve from 2 star to 4 star by 2012 Local Strategic Partnership to demonstrate improvements against shared priorities Current Situation

3 Problems – Culture Current Culture of Plymouth City Council and Partners is of “Data Silos” Encourages protective behaviour over key data in different departments Existing Data Sharing is good but based on goodwill Decision Making is challenging as a result

4 Problems – Data Rich, Information Poor Considerable data is held by the council and its partners on service delivery Limited analytical techniques used to extract intelligence from the data Over reliance on individuals in specialist areas Officers’ time becomes consumed by analysis Data analysis not driving the council and the LSP Forward effectively

5 Problems – Data Dissemination Plymouth Informed is the desired corporate method of data dissemination Our Local Information System Web-based GIS technology Heavily underutilised by partners and the public In need of development in order to meet customer requirements

6 Role of the University Supports the academic work of the Associate Provides support and expertise in developing some of the projects outputs

7 Approach of KTP Project Observation of current practices –Understanding how the LSP works –How are the relationships between Partners? Analysis of cultural and organisational barriers to data sharing –Why have these arisen? –How can they be overcome? Identify best practice -Liverpool, Gloucester, Sheffield Conduct evaluation of information resources –Availability & Detail –Completeness & Format

8 Project products Data sharing protocols Data hub Redevelopment of Plymouth Informed Profiling work Development of demonstration methods of presenting data

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12 Expected Direct Outcomes Increased availability of key data Improved data quality Increase in skills levels Reduced costs and time in undertaking data collection Greater shared understanding of the issues faced by the city Catalyst for greater multi-agency working Enhance relationship between the University and the LSP Improved presentation of data – turning data into intelligence Enabling a better understanding of our customer requirements

13 Expected Wider Outcomes Strategic and Operational evidence based decision making will improve service delivery Enhancement of the reputation of the Council and the LSP Provides the public with a means of holding public sector organisations to account

14 For Further Details please contact Awais Raza on 01752 305607 or

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