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    • 5QC Update IPSG Meeting Ljubljana Feb 19, 2008
    • 5QC Update - Agenda
      • Introduction
      • BP workshops
        • Provisional program
        • Validation of materials
        • Call for facilitators
        • Critical friends process
        • … Q/A
      • Infoshops (cf manual)
      • Stands exhibition (reservation of stands)
      • Conference Program
      • Plenary sessions status
      • Agoras status
      • Internet Site
      • Scientific survey
        • … Q/A
    • BP Workshops Status
      • Nearly All BP are selected (still missing : Ireland, Slovak Republic)
        • Together : 54 cases
      • The scientific rapporteurs met on feb 5/6
        • Provisional program
        • Provisional edition of a case tiltle
    • Distribution of workshops in the subthemes
    • BP Workshops : Publishing the program : Titles/60 words summaries validations
      • The scientific rapporteurs will, by february 22nd:
        • Write comments on the detailed (10 pages) descriptions
        • Edit the 60 words summaries in order to achieve an overall coherence on the program (website)
        • if needed , edit again the title
      • 5QC team will transmit to IPSG members by february 27
      • IPSG members returns validation of titles and summaries by march 7
      • 5QC team translates titles and summaries , for publication of the program online : first week of april
    • BP Workshops : Putting materials online
      • IPSG members send by march 30
        • The final version of the detailed (10 pages) description
        • The short (1 page) description (if not already sent)
        • The video (optional, 2 min max.)
      • In April :
        • 5QC team translates the detailed (10 p.) description
        • 5QC team put materials (video, detailed descriptions )
        • Scientific Rapporteurs meet to review and proceed to a light edition of the short descriptions
    • BP Workshops : preparing the presentations
      • Call for Facilitators
        • Task
          • Chairing the session
          • Questioning the presenters (to avoid clichés)
          • Establishing links and comparisons
          • Organising interaction with the audience
        • Preparation of the workshop ahead
      • 19 facilitators needed : volunteer now
      • Indicate 3 possible workshops to facilitate : april 1
    • BP Workshops : Critical friends
      • Paired already establihed
        • Portugal – Spain
        • Belgium – Luxemburg
        • Czech Republic – Slovak Republic
        • Cyprus – Greece (TBC)
      • Other proposals : until march 7
    • BP Workshops
      • Q / A
    • Infoshops Guidelines
      • Puropose of the infoshops : to focus in specific priorities areas of IPSG and EUPAN network
      • Sessions of 100 minutes
      • 4 sessions
        • Leadership
        • Demographic challenge
        • Customer management : a common european approach
        • Quality management in european PA
    • Stands exhibition
      • Countries having reserved a stand :
        • Ireland
        • Finland
        • Belgique
        • Cyprus
        • Bulgaria
        • Austria
        • Netherlands
        • Greece
        • Republic of Slovenia
        • Portugal
        • Romania
        • Lithuania
        • Pologne
        • Germany
        • United kingdom
        • Estonia
      • Organisations
        • CAF
        • Commission
        • EIPA
        • EFQM
      • Does not want a stand
        • Sweden
      • Deadline for reserving a stand extended to February 25
    • PROGRAMME OF THE CONFERENCE
    • Programme – initial draft
      • Monday 20 october
      • 8:00 – 10:00 Registration
      • 10:00 – 11:15 Welcome and introduction Plenary session 1
      • 11:15 – 11:45 Break
      • 11:45 – 12:45 Agoras #1 (x4)
      • CAF Centre
      • 12:45 – 14:15 Lunch
      • 14:15 – 15:55 Best practice workshop #1 CAF Centre Infoshop
      • 15:55 – 16:25 Break
      • 16:25– 17:25 Plenary sessions 2 & 3
      • 17:25 – 18:15 Stands CAF Centre
      • 18:15 Welcome cocktail
      Tuesday 21 october 8:00 – 9:00 Registration (end) 9:00 –10:30 Plenary sessions 4 5 & 6 10:30– 11:00 Break 11:00 – 12:40 Best practice workshop # 2 CAF Centre Infoshop 12:40 – 14:15 Lunch 14:15 – 15:15 Agoras #2 (x4) Centre CAF 15:15 – 15:45 Break 15:45 – 17:25 Best practice workshop #3 Centre CAF Infoshop 17:25 – 18:00 Stands CAF Centre 20:00 Dinner at the Louvre Museum Wednesday 22 october 9:00 –10:00 Agoras #3 (x4) CAF Centre 10:00 – 10:30 Break 10:30 – 11:30 Plenary sessions 7 & 8 11:30 – 11:45 Break 11:45 – 13:00 Plenary session 9 and Close (presentation of the scientific survey, scientific rapporteurs 5QC organisers & 6 QC) 13:00 Lunch & end
    • Initial programme of the conference Sessions : continuity and innovation
      • Plenary sessions : 30 min 11 (Including introduction and conclusion)
        • Presentations by keynote speakers
        • Including Q/A (gathered before and during the conference)
      • Agoras : 60 min 12 organised in 3 sessions of 4 parallel Agoras
        • Debates between 2 to 4 experts and stakeholders on a given issue related to the themes of the conference
        • Chaired by an IPSG member and animated by a professional animator
        • Including Q/A (gathered before and during the agora)
      • Best practice workshops : 100 min
      • Presentation 3 best practices per workshop, lasting 20 minutes each
        • In depth presentations, comparisons and discussion around how to re-use/transfer the best practices beyond their initial context.
        • Chaired by an IPSG member and animated by a facilitator
      • CAF Centre
        • Presentation of the latest updates on CAF
        • Presentation of CAF best practices
        • "consultations" by small groups focusing on operational questions
      • Infoshops
        • Sessions organised at the same time than best practice workshops
        • S essions focused on priorities of Eupan Network
        • Several subjects for infoshop’s sessions:
            • Customer satisfaction management
            • Facing the demographic challenge
            • Quality management
            • Human resources
      • Stands
        • Country stands
        • Eupan stand
        • Theme stands
        • Institutional stands (European Commission, associations…)
    • PLENARY SESSIONS
    • Themes for the plenary sessions
      • There should be 9 plenary sessions, but also an introductive speech (by the Minister in charge of the Reform of the State), a closing speech, a presentation of the scientific survey and the report of the scientific rapporteurs
      • The themes of the plenary sessions are currently being defined and the keynote speakers are in the process of being chosen.
      • The plenary sessions should be translated into 5 languages (French, English, German, Italian and Spanish)
    • Themes for the plenary sessions
      • 1. Testimony on quality steps and/or customer satisfaction in the field of Industry
        • Profile of the speaker: a chief executive officer
      • 2. The impact of mediation on the improvement of public decision (legislative, regulatory) and quality for citizen
        • Profile of the speaker: European or national Ombudsman
      • 3. How conciliate citizens’ expectations with the will to improve quality and economic requirements? How reform the administration?
        • Profile of the speaker: former minister or Prime minister
      • 4. What role can associations and lobbies play in improving quality at a European level?
        • Profile of the speaker: European commissioner
      • 5. How associate excluded citizens and how work with their representative?
        • Profile of the speaker: OCDE SG
    • Themes for the plenary sessions
      • 6. How are the issues of sustainable development and the association of citizens to the management of public service: “co-production of sustainable development?”
        • Profile of the speaker: activist /opinion leader
      • 7 and 8. How insure that all the citizens’ needs are taken into account (participative democracy, geographical location of services)?
        • Profile of speakers (2) : elected official from an important european city
      • 9. Civil servants and their representatives as regards to quality of services
        • Profile of the speaker: a european trade union representative
    • Agoras status Confirmed , contacted, to be contacted
      • Is it possible to place the citizen at the heart of the conception of rules and regulations?
        • Ian Ascough (UK), Daniel Trnka (CZ), Elisabeth Hvas (DK)
        • Facilitator : Charles-Henri Montin (Commission )
      • Is deliberative democracy th solution to further integrate the citizen ?
        • Quin Brugué (ES ), Christina Emmerich (DE), Luc Bouvet (FR)
        • Facilitator : Giovani Moro (IT)
      • Are the needs of the citizens well apprehended?
        • Alex Oliver (UK), Youth parliament of Oslo, Andrea Viero
        • Facilitator : Peter Humphreys (IR)
      • Are public services accesible to everyone?
        • Dr Gabriella Bilics (HU), Gerhard Nussbaum (AU), Representative of users
        • Faciltator : Panagiotis Passas
    • Agoras status Confirmed , contacted, to be contacted
      • Are all citizens equal regarding public services ?
        • Gunta Anca (LV), DR Hans Siebers (NL), Andrea Deaconu (RO)
        • Facilitator : N
      • Is it possible to foster quality without staff engagement ?
        • Fabien Malleret (FR), Sylvia Horton (UK), a union activist
        • Facilitator : Elisabeth Dearing (AT)
      • NGOs : what role to play in the production of public services of good quality?
        • Irma Meznaric(SI), Emmaus International, Piquasso
        • Facilitator : Les Helms
      • Is participatory evaluation of public action usefull?
        • Juan Antonio Garde Roca (ES), Jean Joubert(FR), Vita Terauda (LV)
        • Facilitator : N
    • Agoras status Confirmed , contacted, to be contacted
      • Citizen charters : myth or reality
        • Luca Lo Schiavo (IT), Roy Stephenson(LU ), Ing. Libuse Nivnicka (CZ)
        • Facilitator : Frank Faber (NL)
      • Has e-government kept its promises?
        • Rheinhardt Bosh (AT), Anne Bucher (Commission), Giorgio de Michelis (IT)
        • Facilitator : Jean-Jacques Léandri (FR)
      • How to make Behavior evolve? Rights and obligations of citizens in order to improve quality
        • Jean-Marc Bernardini (FR), Anna Kalinowska (PL), health education association
        • Facilitator : N.
      • Does outsourcing improve service quality
        • Mauro Bonaretti (IT ), Isabelle Brunet (FR), a utility provider
        • Facilitator : Jos Schaefers (LU)
    • INTERNET WEBSITE OF 5 QC
    • Welcome page www.5qualiconference.eu
    • General structure
    • General structure and functionalities (2/2) best practice database
    • Main page of www.5qualiconference.eu EN
    • Welcome to www.5qualiconference.eu
    • SCIENTIFIC SURVEY
    • Specifications for a scientific survey on the citizen and co-production of public services
      • Pilot of the scientific survey : Elke Löffler
      • Main issue of the survey
        • What type of relations exist between the involvement of citizens in the production of public services and their expectations in terms of quality (criteria, satisfaction level, trust…)
      • Defining coproduction : Different aspects of the citizen, going beyond the user-consumer relation
        • Co-design and service planning
        • Co-administration / co-management
        • Co-production
        • Co-evaluation
      • A comparative study : Germany, France, UK, Danemark and Tcheque republic
      • Perimeter of the study : four fields taken into account independently of their management method
        • Public security
        • Public health
        • Environment-Ecology
    • Specifications for a scientific survey on the citizen and co-production of public services
      • Aim of the questionnaire : clarify the attitude of respondents as regards co-production
        • The citizens will be questioned on their behaviour in concrete situations rather than questioned on their hypothetical attitude.
        • Crossing attitudes towards co-productions and expectations
        • Crossing attitudes towards co-production in the public sphere and in the private sector
      • Scope of the questionnaire : a few examples
        • The implication in the design, management, production and/or evaluation of public services
        • The impact of their engagement on the decision taken by public services, in particular, whether they obtained feedback
        • Their satisfaction in relation to the engagement taken in the co-production: did it change the quality of the service? Did it change their quality of life? Was it a positive experiment?
        • Public security : the help brought/or not to authorities in searching for authors of crimes and/or offences
        • Public health : the voluntary participation in activities to the sick people or in-patients profit
        • Environment/ecology : the precautions taken/or not as regards waste : picnic, newspapers, paper in general…
    • Specifications for a scientific survey on the citizen and co-production of public services
      • Deliverables
        • Recommandations of the focus groups
        • Questionnaire of the enquiry for the 5 countries including :
          • one common part for all the 5 countries
          • 5 specific parts per country
        • Report of the enquiry including results per country and a comparative report
        • Final report of the scientific survey translated in french and english
      • Agenda
        • Focus groups meetings in each country : Februar 08
        • Conception of the questionnaire : Februar 08
        • Enquiry and report: March-April 08
        • Report of the survey : May-June 08
    • Thank you for your attention
      • Q/A