This Council was concerned that it was too risk averse and overly bureaucratic. It recognised that its slow pace and negative bias of decision-making made for an unsatisfactory pace of change in relation to its delivery of local services and journey of continuous improvement.
The Council’s CEO was committed to i) transforming the way in which the Council manages risk, using it as a positive enabler of performance and ii) building external stakeholder trust in the Council’s ability to manage risk and opportunity.
Our approach was to deliver bespoke interactive risk workshops to the Corporate Leadership Team and the Council’s Divisional Directors. These workshops focused on topics including:
This project delivered: