Let learning ripple through your organisation Speaker: Mary Dees
Let learning ripple through your organisation
Nationally Recognised
 
Opening Exercise Opening Excersise After introductions and an initial presentation on Governance, the delegates do an ice ...
Starting the Workshop “ Totally different approach to training – interactive ”
Starting the Workshop First Round The members team make their pledges and divide money between the other teams: Community,...
The Main Menu “ The most advanced computer led training course I have attended”   Main Menu Shows a virtual community with...
“ An  excellent wa y  of  exploring issues particularly the  cross – cutting elements &  how  they  impact across blocks” ...
Decisions, decisions, decisions   Investment Having looked at their reports and developed a strategy the teams can invest ...
Advance the Round, see the Changes Update Round After all the budget decisions have been made the round is updated. Improv...
The Score The Score The score shows how the teams have performed jointly in the areas of Politics, LAA, Plan and Governanc...
An incident occurs !   Problems have occured Incidents occur for the teams which need to be dealt with and can cost them m...
Final Round Election Time After 3 years there’s an election can the party hold on to power in this community?
Partnership working “ Enthusiasm of fellow members / officers”
Final Exercise Process:  Breakout Discussions Teams Feedback Final Thoughts Report 10 Minutes 10 Minutes 5 Minutes +
What learning message delegates said they would take away: Ask more questions why ?  for scrutiny committees  How whole or...
Real Change  through  Improved Decisions   10 Minutes Dimension Where are we now? Where do we want to be? IMPROVED DECISIO...
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This presentation describes the process of a Govern-IT workshop. Govern-IT models a local authority. Teams play services, members and external partners, together they need to improve the virtual local authority. The community needs to be led. Gershon savings have to be made and quality improved without triggering incidents. It has been used in member induction and member / officer scrutiny & governance training.

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    1. 1. Let learning ripple through your organisation Speaker: Mary Dees
    2. 2. Let learning ripple through your organisation
    3. 3. Nationally Recognised
    4. 5. Opening Exercise Opening Excersise After introductions and an initial presentation on Governance, the delegates do an ice breaker excercise.
    5. 6. Starting the Workshop “ Totally different approach to training – interactive ”
    6. 7. Starting the Workshop First Round The members team make their pledges and divide money between the other teams: Community, Environmental, Children’s and corporate Services.
    7. 8. The Main Menu “ The most advanced computer led training course I have attended” Main Menu Shows a virtual community with problems such as air and water Pollution, congestion, poor housing, unemployment, poor health and rising waste. The teams work together as a local Authority and need to negotitate with other teams and partners to implement their plan and improve the community.
    8. 9. “ An excellent wa y of exploring issues particularly the cross – cutting elements & how they impact across blocks” Looking at the issues Report Screen Each team is given a mission statement outlining their objectives. They are presented with updated reports to help them make decisions.
    9. 10. Decisions, decisions, decisions Investment Having looked at their reports and developed a strategy the teams can invest their budgets. Can they balance their budget without cutting their core services as well as investing in discretionary items and stand up to members scrutiny?
    10. 11. Advance the Round, see the Changes Update Round After all the budget decisions have been made the round is updated. Improvements made to the community are shown.
    11. 12. The Score The Score The score shows how the teams have performed jointly in the areas of Politics, LAA, Plan and Governance code. Red = 0 – 3 Amber = 3 – 7 Green = 7 – 10
    12. 13. An incident occurs ! Problems have occured Incidents occur for the teams which need to be dealt with and can cost them money from their annual budget!
    13. 14. Final Round Election Time After 3 years there’s an election can the party hold on to power in this community?
    14. 15. Partnership working “ Enthusiasm of fellow members / officers”
    15. 16. Final Exercise Process: Breakout Discussions Teams Feedback Final Thoughts Report 10 Minutes 10 Minutes 5 Minutes +
    16. 17. What learning message delegates said they would take away: Ask more questions why ? for scrutiny committees How whole organisation should be working together Greater discussion and communication of different options Communicate with other colleagues Feedback “ Attend another of your training courses – very well done, really enjoyable! ”
    17. 18. Real Change through Improved Decisions 10 Minutes Dimension Where are we now? Where do we want to be? IMPROVED DECISIONS What are the wider impacts? What are the root causes? Collaborative Who should be involved? Joined-up Dimension Strategic Dimension
    18. 19. www.pixelfountain.co.uk/

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