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#Ppmahr18 peering into the future penna

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Delivering the most effective operating model for public service organisations remains a complex challenge. This season will take a look as some innovative models and delve into the workforce impacts and the role HR & OD professionals play.

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#Ppmahr18 peering into the future penna

  1. 1. Peering into the Future Penna Session at the PPMA Conference 2018 Theresa Grant Carolyn Moore Yvonne Skingle 19th April 2018
  2. 2. TraffordCouncil’sResponsetothe ChangingWorldofWork • Theresa Grant • Chief Executive, Trafford Council • Accountable Officer, Trafford CCG • PPMA CONFERENCE 2018
  3. 3. • • Trafford Stockport Tameside Oldham Rochdale City of Salford City of Manchester Wigan Bolton Bury Stockport Tameside Oldham Rochdale Salford City of Manchester Wigan Bolton Bury Trafford
  4. 4. • ICONIC LANDMARKS • Imperial War Museum • Lancashire County Cricket Club • Manchester United Football Club • Kellogg’s • Coronation Street ITV •
  5. 5. • Trafford • 157,000 jobs 234,000 people 13,000 businesses £6.9bn GVA
  6. 6. • •• Financial, economic and political uncertainty • Labour shortages • Less traditional employment structures • Quality and availability of workforce talent • Digital and artificial Intelligence • Increasing and ageing population • Devolution of the Combined Authority KEYREASONSFORTHECHANGINGWORLDOFWORK
  7. 7. • PLACE LOCALINDUSTRIALSTRATEGY Delivering good and inclusive growth •
  8. 8. • ‘Nobodyheldback,nobodyleftbehind’ • TRAFFORD’SVISION2031
  9. 9. • PEOPLE • Over 600,000 residents with a degree level qualification We are working to build our skills base and reform our education system ensuring our businesses have the talent, skills and labour they need and our young people are life and work ready Home to five leading Higher Education Institutes and over 100,000 students Greater Manchester has a strong and diverse skills and employment system
  10. 10. INVESTMENT IN SKILLS • £200 million investment in further education facilities Vital to create a further education and training system that meets the needs of employers
  11. 11. • 11 UniversityAcademy92
  12. 12. • Investment in infrastructure • • Making bus travel easier and more affordable 1 million more people brought within 90 minutes of Manchester by Northern Powerhouse Rail Linking people to jobs 40 million passengers travel on the UK’s largest light rail system each year
  13. 13. • • Investment, Employment & development in large scale locations 13 • Carrington Trafford Waters Altrincham
  14. 14. • • • Trafford Civic Quarter Masterplan & Stretford masterplan Investment in Leisure & new libraries 14
  15. 15. • • • • New ways of working • 15 HR Transactional & payroll services to over 20,000 employees / volunteers Joint Venture Contracts i.e. to deliver environmental & infrastructure services CCG Integration
  16. 16. • • WORKFORCE 16 Apprenticeships Graduate Schemes Targeting long-term unemployed Work placements Use of experts/specialists as required Digital Officers Staff retention and development Health and well-being activities New recruitment processes Review of polices and procedures Appraisal processes
  17. 17. • • summary • 17 Understand the opportunities in the wider environment Collaborate and develop partnerships Be creative and innovative Know your workforce, skills and talents Understand key challenges Be a visionary!
  18. 18. • • Theresa.grant@trafford.gov.uk Thank you Theresa Grant Chief Executive, Trafford Council Accountable Officer, Trafford CCG 18
  19. 19. The Changing World of Work & How to Thrive In It 19th April 2018 Carolyn Moore Director of Human Resources & Corporate Services
  20. 20. About Future Cities
  21. 21. Labour Shortage #MegaTrends
  22. 22. Labour Shortage 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 1974 1984 1994 2004 2014 2024 2034 2039 Working-Age Population % % Population Over 65 Source: Office for National Statistics 0 500000 1000000 1500000 2000000 2500000 3000000 3500000
  23. 23. Labour Shortage France -1% UK -1% Germany -23% Italy -4% Spain -3% Russia -24% Europe Brazil -33% Canada -11% Mexico -8% USA 4% Americas Japan -2% Korea -24% Indonesia 0% India 1% China -3% Asia-Pacific Source: Boston Consulting Group
  24. 24. Digital & AI #MegaTrends
  25. 25. The Fourth Industrial Revolution 1760 Factories & Urbanisation 1870 Electrification & Mass Production 1969 Computerisation & Automation YOU ARE HERE 2000s Cyber-Physical Systems & AI
  26. 26. Gig Economy #MegaTrends
  27. 27. The Gig Economy
  28. 28. Cities Competing for Talent #MegaTrends
  29. 29. The Workplace of the Future is Arriving Now… …Will You Survive or Thrive?
  30. 30. Thriving In The Future Workplace
  31. 31. Over to you… What are the major challenges your city is facing in the next 5 – 10 years? Who may hold some of the pieces to the puzzle? How can you help connect the dots? How can you give employees the space necessary to experiment? Who do you need to get buy-in from? What’s the first tangible step you can take when you get back to work? How can you help employees fail well? What are their needs? How can you engage employees more in designing the workplace? What can you do to encourage employees to share their learning?
  32. 32. Carolyn Moore Director of HR & Corporate Services cmoore@futurecities.catapult.org.uk www.futurecities.catapult.org.uk @futurecitiescat Thank you
  33. 33. PPMA Conference 2018 Penna Thank you www.penna.com Twitter - @wearepenna LinkedIn – Penna

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