London, United Kingdom, May 05, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Driving Forward Shared Services - Tuesday 27th September 2011 in Central London
Chair: Rob Leak, Chief Executive, Enfield Council and Chairman, Capital Ambition Efficiency Board
Given announcements last year of a £6bn target in efficiency reductions across the public sector, now is the time for all organisations to go beyond traditional shared service arrangements and identify where the greatest efficiencies can be made without jeopardising frontline services.
Capita’s 8th National Driving Forward Shared Services Conference brings together a range of different shared service models building on existing practice and identifying the most successful and innovative examples of emerging thinking.
Hear about the next generation of shared service arrangements and receive the tools needed to deliver real cost savings and define an approach which will work.
- Understand the rationale for shared service arrangements and how they could contribute to the Government’s wider agenda for public sector efficiency
- Identify and overcome barriers to transformational change and strategies for establishing a culture that is supportive of collaborative working
- Learn from examples of joint management arrangements as an alternative model for taking shared services forward
- Examine the impact of shared service arrangements on reducing administrative, back office and procurement costs
- Hear from the Tri-Borough Merger who have adopted a place-based approach to shared services thereby succeeding in taking costs away from the frontline
- Capitalise on the potential for social enterprise models to deliver citizen-focussed shared service arrangements
- Achieve the desired economies of scale and transform public services by joining up with organisations from the wider public sector
Visit our website and book online: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/central-government/full-conference/article/driving-forward-shared-services-conference.html?code=MKAE
For more information please contact Alexis Efstathiou on 020 7960 7717 or email at email@example.com