- the need for greater co-ordination and alignment, notably through a joint approach to locality investment planning
- extending the cross-organisational task force approach within SEEDA in tackling specific issues, including work around ‘priority places’
- supporting and enabling co-ordination of local economic assessments
- improving communications, including dissemination of research and evaluation and strengthening the use of the SEEDA website
Mar 20 2009
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Aug 29 2008
* Neighbourhood Management Cost Benefit guide ( 452KB)
* Kendray case study ( 141KB)
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Jun 08 2008
National policy seminar – Partnerships: benefits, limitations and doing it better ( pdf – 203KB) – paper commissioned by the Learning and Skills Development Agency (predecessor to the Learning and Skills Improvement Service) for a national policy seminar on 6 November 2003.
Partnership skills training in the Learning and Skills Council
Partnership skills training for the Learning and Skills Council in Kent and Gloucestershire, involving needs research, programme design and delivery, follow-up evaluation. (With Makesfive ltd).
Colleges and Partnership Working
Learning needs analysis tool, Competence and Competitiveness – Colleges and Local Economic Development ( 138KB) for Further Education Development Agency (FEDA) – now the Learning and Skills Network. Highlighted outward-looking partnership skill needs which complemented the work of the FE National Training Organisation on teaching skills. Also chapter in FEDA book, “FE – Aspects of Economic Development” (1998).
Also facilitation of joint board event (Eastleigh College and Barton Peveril Sixth Form College)
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Jun 08 2008
Review of relationships between SEEDA (South East Economic Development Agency) and the 11 South East Economic Partnerships (SEEPs) to identify improvements and set up partnership agreements, in context of new core funding from SEEDA. (Project with Makesfive ltd in 2001). We were invited a year later to facilitate a review of progress and the extent of mutual benefits through collaboration.
Advantage West Midlands/ SRP Review
Review of partnership structures and relationships between Advantage West Midlands and sub-regional economic development partnerships (2002)
See also our subsequent review of SEEDA and Sub-Regional Working, for the South East England Regional Assembly.
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Jun 07 2008
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Jun 07 2008
Six Sigma ( pdf 148KB) – summary of evaluation of an ESF supply chain development project in Leeds, led by GE Capital with local authority, college and Business Link partners.
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