
HOW THE WEST (MIDLANDS)
WILL BE WON
Carole Brooks
West Midlands Associate


8 out of 14 local areas have higher deprivation (Indices of
Deprivation Affecting Children) than England’s 21.1%



8 ...
Source: Child Accident Prevention Trust, June 2013
1: Children
whose needs are
met

2: Children
whose health or
development
needs may be
affected

3: Children
whose health o...
England
Planned spend of net expenditure of
individual schools budget per local
authority

West
Midlands

£4,350

£4,437

...
PLAN

REFLECT

Structure/
Culture
Governance, res
ources, business
management

REVIEW

Based on reflection, the
vision and...
http://shropshire.gov.uk/CouncilPlan/index.html
PLAN

REFLECT

Structure/
Culture
Governance, res
ources, business
management

REVIEW

DO

Provide
services
according to
p...








Suffering from a ‘knowing-doing gap’.
Confusing meetings and talk, with action and
implementation.
Encouragin...
PLAN

REFLECT

Structure/
Culture
Governance, res
ources, business
management

REVIEW

DO

Performance monitoring:
Quantit...
1. Data - statistics

2. Research and Evaluation
3. Voices
Voices of
the
Customer

Research &
Evaluation

Data

Did you reach everyone?
Did you make a difference?
Were you cost effe...
PLAN
What difference have
we made?

REFLECT

Structure/
Culture
Governance, res
ources, business
management

REVIEW

DO










asking challenging questions (why …?)
reflecting on all possible hypotheses – consider
alternative explana...
CHANGE

EFFECT

EFFORT

QUANTITY

QUALITY

How much did we do?

How well did we do it?

Is Anyone better off?

Quantity

P...
Pick one of the outcomes below (or think of your own):
1.

Early help - knowing that we are making a positive
difference, ...
Carole Brooks,
West Midlands Associate
carole@carolebrooks.com
Managing performance: How the West (Midlands) will be won
Managing performance: How the West (Midlands) will be won
Managing performance: How the West (Midlands) will be won
Managing performance: How the West (Midlands) will be won
Managing performance: How the West (Midlands) will be won
Managing performance: How the West (Midlands) will be won
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Managing performance: How the West (Midlands) will be won

  1. 1.  HOW THE WEST (MIDLANDS) WILL BE WON Carole Brooks West Midlands Associate
  2. 2.  8 out of 14 local areas have higher deprivation (Indices of Deprivation Affecting Children) than England’s 21.1%  8 out of 14 local areas have higher family homelessness than England’s 1.7 – some considerably so.  Infant Mortality rate worse in WM (6.0) than England (4.3)  Teenage pregnancy rates in WM (34.9) considerably higher than national (30.7) and wide variety in the region.   9 out of 14 local areas have higher % of children in year 6 who are overweight or obese than England (33.9%) – WM average is 36.3% 7 out of 14 local areas have higher rate per 100,000 of children aged 0-15 killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents than England overall (22.1). Variances between localities mask a range of demographic factors and needs.
  3. 3. Source: Child Accident Prevention Trust, June 2013
  4. 4. 1: Children whose needs are met 2: Children whose health or development needs may be affected 3: Children whose health or development is being impaired EVIDENCE – ARE WE EFFECTIVE? 4: Children at risk of, or who have experienced significant harm
  5. 5. England Planned spend of net expenditure of individual schools budget per local authority West Midlands £4,350 £4,437 % change on previous year -3.1% -3.8% Planned spend of net expenditure on children's and young people's services per local authority (per capita) £670 £675 % change on previous year -5.4% -7.3% Source: DfE Statistical First Release, 24 Sept 2013
  6. 6. PLAN REFLECT Structure/ Culture Governance, res ources, business management REVIEW Based on reflection, the vision and purpose, self assessment, statutory responsibilities, needs, revi ew of inputs, outputs, outcomes DO
  7. 7. http://shropshire.gov.uk/CouncilPlan/index.html
  8. 8. PLAN REFLECT Structure/ Culture Governance, res ources, business management REVIEW DO Provide services according to plans to meet desired outcomes
  9. 9.      Suffering from a ‘knowing-doing gap’. Confusing meetings and talk, with action and implementation. Encouraging a learning, not a blame culture – celebrate success too. Doing the wrong things & decommissioning. Doing once and sharing or pooling resources
  10. 10. PLAN REFLECT Structure/ Culture Governance, res ources, business management REVIEW DO Performance monitoring: Quantitative and qualitative data, case audits, views of CYPP and professionals, complaints, eval uations, scrutiny
  11. 11. 1. Data - statistics 2. Research and Evaluation 3. Voices
  12. 12. Voices of the Customer Research & Evaluation Data Did you reach everyone? Did you make a difference? Were you cost effective in doing so?
  13. 13. PLAN What difference have we made? REFLECT Structure/ Culture Governance, res ources, business management REVIEW DO
  14. 14.       asking challenging questions (why …?) reflecting on all possible hypotheses – consider alternative explanations or causes looking outside the organisation – what conclusions have others reach in similar cases? being informed (we know from research, children tell us ….) explaining the rationale for conclusions and decisions keeping a focus on outcomes: What difference have we made? 21
  15. 15. CHANGE EFFECT EFFORT QUANTITY QUALITY How much did we do? How well did we do it? Is Anyone better off? Quantity Percentage Action planning: What do we do to improve and when will we know we have?
  16. 16. Pick one of the outcomes below (or think of your own): 1. Early help - knowing that we are making a positive difference, earlier: E.g. are we reducing risk factors? Is help early enough? Are we improving life chances? 2. Children and young people have the qualifications, skills and aspirations they need for a successful transition into adulthood NEET, Leaving Care, life skills 3. Our vulnerable children are achieving outcomes which are as good as their peers Children with disabilities, young carers, etc – WT13 list of 5 4. We have a stable, capable workforce E.g. recruitment, retention, workforce development
  17. 17. Carole Brooks, West Midlands Associate carole@carolebrooks.com

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