LGA Conference 2013
- Manchester Central
- Social Sciences
The Institute of Local Government Studies (INLOGOV) are delighted to be attending the LGA Conference 2013, 2 – 4 July 2013. This year’s conference is being held at Manchester Central and INLOGOV have a stand (G50) all week in the exhibition hall.
Please do come and say hello to us during the conference week. We’ll be talking about our current research work, our postgraduate programmes and short courses; please do stop by at Stand G50 to find out the different ways in which you can work with INLOGOV.
The following members of INLOGOV academic staff will be on hand during the week on our stand:
Catherine provides consultancy and facilitation to local authorities and their partners, on a wide range of issues including on improving outcomes, efficiency, partnership working, strategic planning and organisational development, including integration of services and functions.
She joined INLOGOV from OPM, where she was Director of Organisational Development and Policy. Previous roles include Head of User Focus and Deputy Head of Policy for the Audit Commission and Regional Partnerships and Planning Manager for the Legal Services Commission.
Previous non-executive roles include non-executive director of Rampton Hospital, Vice Chair of Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and member of the Board of Visitors at HMP Hull.
Catherine is a senior fellow at INLOGOV. Her interests include public sector re-design, outcomes based commissioning and behaviour change. Prior to joining the Institute she managed the organisational development and change work for a not-for-profit consultancy, specialising in supporting local government.
Catherine started her career in the civil service and has worked in both central and local government, focusing on developing and implementing new policies, particularly in the areas of children’s services and adult social care.
Stephen is a Roberts Fellow in the College of Social Sciences based in INLOGOV, Institute for Local Government Studies. His fellowship focuses on the role of ideas in the policy process and implications for methods. He is a specialist in Q methodology and other innovative methods to inform policy analysis.
Come visit us on Stand G50 and see what INLOGOV can do for you.