Effective leadership and networked governance: Public service and community leadership – What works and why?
A seminar to draw together some of the key findings from the What Works Scotland research on public service and community leadership. This will be a forum for discussion and the development of ideas and responses to develop leadership that takes our public services and the leadership agenda to the next level.
- Date: 4 December 2018, 10-1pm
- Location: The Lighthouse, Glasgow
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NEW! Presentations and resources available. Conference which explored the role and use of data and evidence as key components in the development, design and delivery of good public services.
Webinar: Transforming communities? Exploring the roles of community anchor organisations in public service reform – supporting, leading and challenging?
NEW! Presentation from the webinar available. This webinar drew from the recent What Works Scotland research report on community-led, holistic community organisations – in particular as community development trusts and community-controlled housing associations.
NEW! Presentations and resources available. Conference focused on engaging with research insights into what works and what does not, in community empowerment, as well as discussing implications for the future of policy and practice in Scotland.
NEW! Audio, slides and transcription available. This webinar looked at what needs to happen to ensure that the mainstreaming of PB simultaneously carves out space for more complex participatory and deliberative processes in local government decision-making.
Sir Martin Donnelly, former permanent secretary at the UK Department of International Trade, gave this Policy Scotland lecture.
In this seminar Professor Daniel Muijs, Head of Research at OfSTED, spoke about encouraging the development of evidence-informed approaches across the education sector.
Seminar which presented key What Works Scotland learnings from Evidence to Action projects and practical advice and tools for incorporating the use of evidence in decision-making and public service delivery.
- Experiences of refugee resettlement in Scotland
- Peer learning opportunity between What Works Scotland and Jam and Justice Action Research Co-operative (Greater Manchester)
- The potential of community anchor organisations to engage with, lead and challenge the reform of public services in Scotland
- ‘Disinvestment’, or ‘freeing up’ resources for reinvestment?
- Report launch: Key findings from the Survey of Community Planning Officials in Scotland
- Taking a Deliberative Approach to Complexity: What can we learn from the Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit?
- Hard-to-reach or easy-to-ignore? A review of evidence about equality in community engagement
- Co-production and public service reform