At Process Evolution’s annual conference this month, clients from across the country met up to share best practice on major organisational change as well as learn about the latest innovations in the company’s range of change analysis and simulation tools.  The event was held at the impressive Sixways Stadium conference facilities, the home of Worcester Warriors rugby club.

Delegates hearing about the service transformation at Gwent Police

Delegates included representatives from police forces, fire and emergency services and ambulance services at different stages in  their journey to bring about major organisational change to deliver improved services on ever tighter budgets. In common was their commitment to using an evidence-based approach, underpinned by powerful software tools that can accurately show the impact of change and optimise service delivery, without the costs of real-life experimentation.

Speakers highlighted their experience and spoke of the confidence that comes from working with hard evidence and a proven approach.

Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service

The 10 year change journey of  that has earned the full support of both employees and the local community was summarised by Dan Tasker, Group Manager Borough Commander:

 

Gwent Police

The massive and rapid changes which took Gwent Police from an HMCI rating of ‘Needing Improvement’ to ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ in just 18 months were described powerfully by one of the key members of the change team, Alan Ford, a Process Evolution associate:

 

Lancashire Constabulary

Adam Clayton, senior business analyst with Lancashire Constabulary, highlighted how they were progressively embedding the Process Evolution approach and software into their change process:

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