The Braid Town Hall, Museum and Arts Centre, Ballymena
Friday 1 July 2016
This seminar will explore the use of performance information to drive improvements across all different services. It will explore the opportunities to use data in a dynamic context. With case studies highlighted from across the UK we will explore how data can be used in frontline services as well as the strategic centre. In a Northern Ireland context we will also ask how performance information can help embed a culture of performance improvement in our new Northern Ireland APSE member authorities.
The seminar will also host the APSE Northern Ireland AGM 2016. This is an opportunity for APSE members in Northern Ireland to receive accounts and a report on activity as well as make nominations for positions to the APSE Annual General Meeting. Please ensure your authority is represented. Lunch will be provided at the end of the AGM enabling you to network with colleagues from across Northern Ireland. A copy of the constitution, minutes of the AGM 2015 and the agenda for this year's AGM are available from the APSE secretariat.
Human Resources and Performance Management
Wendy Henderson, City of Edinburgh Council
Performance Improvement: Challenges and Opportunities - A Derry City and Strabane District Council Perspective
Ellen Cavanagh, Derry City and Strabane District Council
Performance networks in Northern Ireland
Debbie Johns, Head of Performance Networks, APSE