David Albury argues passionately that the tempting responses to hard times with which we’re all familiar, like disinvesting, rationing and squeezing, are insufficient to tackle the challenges, expectations and pressures on public service in the 21st century. Our task is to continuously improve current systems, while simultaneously both enabling the fundamental re-design of services to meet citizen expectations, and addressing the financial challenges in an age of austerity.
The good news is that we now know how to systematically generate and incubate the kinds of innovative changes in our organisations and services which can allow us to achieve better outcomes for lower costs.
Please join David Albury as he explains how to use austere times to leverage new and better results.
Moderator: Jo Sutherland-Shaw, Director, Organisational Performance, Attorney-General’s Department
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Professor of Innovation Studies
Kings College London
David Albury is a Visiting Professor in Innovation Studies at King’s College London. He is a Board Director of The Innovation Unit and an independent consultant and policy adviser specialising in strategies for organisational and system transformation in public services.
From 2002 to 2005 he was Principal Adviser in the UK Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit, where, amongst other responsibilities, he led a major review of education strategy and policy and co-authored the influential report on Innovation in the Public Sector. David chaired the 2004 review of the British National College of School Leadership.
David has advised local, national and international organisations across the full range of public services and has coached indi-vidual and teams of top managers and profes-sionals.
21st February, 2013