Organisational Development Programme Delivery Lancashire
We are seeking a provider who can deliver a 2 phased programme to enable the Pennine Lancashire system to move from vision to implementation through their ability to function as a wider team and system.
Location of contract
Value of contract
11 July 2017
01 August 2017
Contract start date
11 August 2017
Contract end date
30 March 2018
With a population of around 531,000 living across an area of both rural and inner urban conurbations, the Pennine Lancashire locality straddles two local authorities, one co-terminus with Blackburn with Darwen and the other covering the rest of Lancashire. The Together a Healthier Future Programme will be the vehicle for this transformation within the wider STP agenda for Lancashire and South Cumbria.
People in Pennine Lancashire deserve health and social care services of the highest quality that are provided as locally as possible. Leaders of local health and social care services believe that people should sit at the heart of a proactive care system, centred on them and their carers.
The aim of Together a Healthier Future is to improve experience of health and social care, with better access to joined up care, and encouraging people to lead healthier lives and have more say in their own care.
Significant progress has been made across Pennine Lancashire with commitment and collaboration between each of the System Leaders from each of the 6 partner organisations. The establishment of a governance structure and a Programme office to support activity has enabled significant progress on developing new modes of care which are approaching implementation stage.
In progressing new models of care and creation of an accountable care system, System Leaders will need to step in to behaviours that enable them to operate truly as a system by moving beyond issues that keep them rooted in their individual organisational interest.
We are seeking a provider who can deliver a 2 phased programme to enable the Pennine Lancashire system to move from vision to implementation through their ability to function as a wider team and system. The expectation will be for an initial programme aimed at the most senior leadership across the system and then a further programme, flowing from the other, for key leaders who will be instrumental in effecting change in the wider workforce as follows:
– System Leaders Programme – Working with membership of System Leaders Forum, senior Programme Team members and SROs.
– Key 100 Leaders Programme – Working with an initial cohort of key individuals across the system at every level, they will be involved in shaping and leading teams in the delivery of the new models of care.
There is an expectation that the programmes will be co-designed and that there will be an element of diagnostic to the design phase.
It is expected that the successful provider will be able to draw upon a faculty that is able to bring a range of expertise to the delivery and within the timescales required.
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