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    Jason Lowther - Total Place Jason Lowther - Total Place Presentation Transcript

    • Re-inventing local services Improving services, reducing costs Jason Lowther Director (Policy & Delivery), Birmingham City Council
    • About Birmingham • Britain's biggest city outside London • Over a million residents • Regional capital - over 42,000 businesses • A safe city with crime rates lower than all other core cities • An international centre of business and professional services • Europe's youngest city • A city of faiths • A leading “Science City” and “Digital City”
    • Sustainable Community Strategy Vision 2026 • Global City with a Local Heart • Economic prosperity and wellbeing • Building aspirations of our young people • High quality of life for all citizens • Improving health inequalities • Tackling community safety issues • Diverse and strong communities
    • Birmingham’s building blocks Commitment to Test investment collaboration vs. LAA outcomes Strong local Consensus on Strategic partnership 2026 outcomes / LAA
    • Key Principles Prevention Partnership Personalisation Co-Production Business Transformation
    • Birmingham’s Total Place ambition 3 objectives • Put citizens at the heart of better service delivery • Identify efficiency savings • Develop new collaborative leadership
    • Work undertaken so far… • Map expenditure and investment in City of Birmingham £7,500,000,000 • Test alignment of investment to priorities • Identifying the challenges and solutions
    • Pilot (July 09 – Feb 2010) 6 Project Themes • Early intervention for children with behavioural difficulties • Working with people with learning disabilities • Working with people with mental health problems • Reducing the impact of drug and alcohol misuse • Gangs • The Poolway ‘Total Community’ project
    • Each Project Theme will work on:- Scope Deep Dive Innovation Savings Barriers
    • Collaborative Leadership • Common vision and purpose • Strong strategic leadership • Empowering staff to be creative • Working across organisational boundaries • Different ways of working, thinking, behaving • Citizen/community focus
    • Prevention – investment and return • Children and families - £400m benefits for £40m investment (over 15 years) • Gangs - £14m from 13 incidents • Alcohol – 10% reduction in health costs • Drugs - £9.50 saved for each £1 spent on treatment
    • Drugs and alcohol misuse Stabilisation/ Needs Care Recovery / Harm Intervention prevention recognised planning maintenance
    • Using customer Insight… Customer Segmentation Better informed customer strategy To group customers with similar characteristics Better served customers and service needs Resident needs better met Build Customer Knowledge More satisfied residents To help us understand what our customers Resident trust in “gold standard” of data need and want protection and security Increased staff satisfaction Develop Customer Strategy To treat our customers differently according to Improved approach to equality, diversity their needs and preferences & social inclusion Raise city reputation Manage Communication To inform the right people at the right time and show we are listening 13 13
    • Direct economic exchange between Yes Customer Citizen organisation and member of public? No Beneficiary Obligatee Service wanted by member of public? Yes No Adapted from “Engaging public sector clients” (John Alford, 2009)
    • Customer Strategy Outcome-based Service Transformation driven by customer need Customer Outcomes Initiatives Investment Output Needs Continuous enhancement of “joined up” service solutions in collaboration Segment-specific solutions increasingly inform and drive operational service planning, budgeting, delivery and performance management 15
    • Strategies based on customer needs 1 Segment Profiles Key events and service needs Mosaic Public Sector Data Group c Group b abcabcbacbacbacbacba cbacbacbacbacbacbacb Group b Group b acbacbacbacbacbacbab cbacbacbacbabacbacba Group a cbacbacbacbacbacbacb acbacbacbacbacbacbac + Ssrvice need Service need bacbacbacbacbacbacba cbacbacbacbacbac Service need 2 Service Delivery Framework 28 High-level Service Categories based on customer need High, medium, low importance of access to information and service usage per segment Preferred / most receptive channels per segment 3 Segment Service Plan Group c Segment-specific Service Solutions Segment Service Plan Group b Segment Service Plan Group a Strategic Priorities Service Offering – most relevant services per segment Channel Mix for Service Delivery 16
    • Birmingham Group F (13.3%) Diverse (large) families, but mainly from South Asian origin living in inner city terraces Key Descriptors Large families, some overcrowding Low qualifications Service sector or manufacturing jobs Modest incomes Terraced housing Religion important Multicultural communities – Pakistani, Bangladeshi and other Asian minorities, plus Eastern Europeans, Somalis and Caribbean Language issues, poor or no English literacy Health issues, including obesity and high infant Preferred (Receptive) Channels mortality Internet Sense of community Telemarketing Community Associations & religion-based channels Unreceptive Channels TV Leaflets Newspapers 17
    • Customer Insight on drugs misuse People dealing in drugs at least a fairly big problem in the local area
    • Barriers Agreement and action with Agreement and action with yes partners (including partners and central voluntary and private government departments sector) (O/P) and/or agencies (O/P/G) Partners Change within one Agreement and action with organisation (O/O) central government no departments and/or agencies (O/G) no yes Government
    • Emerging barriers • Short-term financial horizons • Conflicting performance management and regulatory / audit expectations on different partners/sectors • “Accountable officer” responsibilities • Inflexible national rules can get in the way of sensible outcomes • The burden of national reporting needs to be reduced. • Facility for rigorous evidence-based analysis and evaluation of programmes • Evaluation of the “value added” by various commercial customer insight products
    • Improving services and reducing costs involves … • Service redesign rather than modification, doing different things • Prevention and early intervention rather than treating the consequences • Being a public servant for Birmingham’s Citizens • Helping residents and communities to help themselves