CIPFA webinar - Public Sector Financial Resilience - Thursday 24 November

Date: Thu, 11/24/2016 - 16:00 to 17:00

Thursday 24 November – 16.00

How can your organisation reasonably expect to improve service delivery while reducing its budget? Join us on 24 November, the day after the 2016 Autumn Statement, for a one-hour discussion on what public sector organisations can do (and what some are already doing) to become more financially resilient. This is a truly interactive webinar-based interview and discussion allowing you to pose questions to the interviewees and make comments to join in the debate.

About this event

The discussion will be facilitated by Richard Vize, Director of Dods’ media division. He has been a commentator on public policy and public services reform for 25 years. He is a columnist for the Guardian Healthcare Network and Guardian Public Leaders Network, contributes to the British Medical Journal and works with a range of organisations across health and local government. Richard is a former editor of both Health Service Journal and Local Government Chronicle, and was head of communications at regulator Ofsted.

Who should attend?

All those working in local government who have an interest in financial resilience and sound financial management whilst delivering services to an ever-increasing number of customers.

How to participate

Once you have signed up for this webinar, we will email you with joining instructions and a link to the webinar. Previously recorded webinars can be accessed on our YouTube channel and further details regarding our webinar programme can be found on our webinar web page

For more details please do not hesitate to call us on T: 020 7543 5600

Featured speakers:
Richard Vize, Managing Director of Dods’ media division. Sean Nolan, Director of CIPFA local government and policing. Margaret Lee, Executive Director for Corporate and Customer Services at Essex County Council (ECC).

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