Values-based system and service redesign: Leaders’ Forum
Aston Conference, Birmingham
12:00 Thursday, 28 September 2017 to 13:00 Friday, 29 September 2017
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Overview and programme
As organisations across the health and social care sector strive to tackle complex challenges, local leaders are working not only to ensure effective services, but are also seeking to redesign whole systems. These efforts, set against a backdrop of reduced resources and increased integration, require more than simply knowing what works.
Increasingly, evidence suggests that designing effective systems and services is contingent on factors such as culture and values. Whilst often talked about, these factors are subjective, intangible and difficult to define, measure or inspect. For leaders of complex systems, adopting a values-based approach can require a fundamental change in strategy, and can demand radically new thinking.
Leaders’ Forum 2017 will explore the role of values in leadership decision-making regarding service and system redesign. We will hear from colleagues working in areas where a shift to a value-based culture is underway, and will debate the evidence surrounding issues of values and culture in relation to continuous improvement and innovation.
Programme coming soon
- Dr Ruth Allen, Chief Executive of the British Association of Social Workers
- William Roberts, National Lead, Enhanced Health in Care Homes, New Care Models Programme, NHS England
- Professor Judy Sebba, Director Rees Centre for Research in Fostering and Education, University of Oxford
- Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, CQC
- Saleem Tariq, Deputy Director, Chidren’s Services, Leeds City Council
- Alison Michalska, Corporate Director for Children and Adults, Nottingham City Council and ADCS President
Further speakers being confirmed. Keep checking this page for updates
About the Leaders' Forum
This event is held jointly by Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults. It is a unique opportunity for senior leaders from across Adults' and Children's Services to come together and discuss emerging issues.
The programme includes sector-specific breakout sessions as well as joint sessions and presentations from key academic and policy experts. It provides a superb opportunity to network, share challenges and solutions with colleagues from across the sector, and hear up-to-date research on topics of relevance.
Attendance (including overnight accommodation and catering) at the event is included in organisational membership to Research in Practice/Research in Practice for Adults at no additional cost.