Actions and Detail Panel
Strategic HR & OD Network
Wed 17 May 2017, 09:00 – 17:00 BST
This is the third meeting of this new network. It is aimed at those HR and OD practitioners in senior strategic roles (who do not currently participate in other networks such as the Deputies or the L&OD network). We encourage people who've attended previous meetings to come again but it is also open to new members who haven't attended a previous meeting. As places are limited to 50, we invite each Trust to send one representative. We will then open up places to additional people.
This event will continue the focus on understanding the workforce elements of the Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) and building capability to deliver them.
In the morning, we will look at STPs from different perspectives (national, primary care, acute, specialist, mental health etc), and in the afternoon we will have a development session entitled 'From Paper to People' delivered by Nick Richmond and Roger Cooper from Tricordant.
Further information on the afternoon 'From Paper to People' session:
STPs have generated some brilliant models and concepts on paper but how are these translated into the reality of delivering excellent experiences, quality outcomes and a lower total cost of care? A further complication which Strategic Workforce Leaders need to deal with is the high interdependency between workforce planning and organisation design because at the heart of both is people and how they work together to fulfil the organisations purpose.
This half day masterclass will briefly explore the interdependency between workforce and organisation design and how both are needed together to translate STP models into reality. Attendees will explore and apply key workforce and organisation design models, approaches and tools through exemplar case studies. They will be introduced into how the workforce management system is perceived by its various stakeholders and commentators drawing on contemporary themes and / or news headlines to give a different perspective on workforce systems and why they have strategic relevance in the lives of delegates. We will explore when to use alternate approaches and how to link them together to address core STP priorities around public and population health and patient services offers.
Outcomes including HPMA competencies
- Increased understanding how organising around purpose and meaning enables quality and value improvement
- Know the key questions to ask in an organisation design project
- Increased understanding of the importance of co-design and why engaging those affected will deliver great results that are owned by the people
- Increased experience and capability through applying select workforce and organisation design tools to exemplar case studies
- Increased understanding of the strategic importance of workforce systems vs traditional workforce planning
- Participants will reflect on their own experiences and share learning
- To help participants identify further learning needs
- Addresses HPMA Competencies: Strategic Operator and Change Catalyst competencies at levels 3 or 4
Participants are encouraged to explore what is organisation design and reflect on any experiences they have as part of their learning journey in preparation for this half day masterclass.
If you book on the meeting, please ensure you can stay for the whole day until 5pm. This will enable participants to benefit from the whole session (attendance at all of the develpoment session is especially important) and as we tend to have a reserve list for these network meetings, it seems fair to prioritise places for those who can benefit from the whole day.
The steering group also request that people come to the meeting prepared and having read the Sustainability and Transformation Plan for your area (your organisation) and the Five Year Forward View.
For any queries about this event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org