We provide a number of consultancy and facilitation services to support all councils and Community Planning Partnerships to deliver improved outcomes, as well as services related to enhancing the learning and skills of council officers and elected members, facilitating performance management and improvement, and research. A full list of our services is below.
The Business Analysis Service offers consultation, advice and practical support with business/service change and transformation.
Facilitating the Change Managers Network, supporting local authorities' change activities, and sourcing and sharing good practice.
The Economic Outcomes Programme works to help councils maximise the impact of their economic development activities.
Improving the impact of Scotland's money advice services, and supporting councils and their partners in this process.
Supporting the development of closer links between community and spatial planning to achieve better places and outcomes.
Supporting capacity building to improve the performance and effectiveness of organisations.
The Outcomes, Evidence and Performance Board (OEPB) provides national co-ordination and leadership for community planning in Scotland.
Exploring opportunities to share services among the 32 roads authorities and Transport Scotland.
Leading the development of spatial information products and a collective approach to spatial data management across Scottish local government.
Supporting the National Violence Against Women Network to share information and learning across local partnerships.
The Welfare Advice Service Facilitator aims to help embed welfare rights and money advisors within GP practices and primary care services.
Assisting councils and their partners in effective workforce planning.
Working with Community Planning Partnerships to support their self-assessment and improvement planning.
A toolkit to help Third Sector Interfaces evaluate their own performance and identity areas for improvement.
Our research team manages analytical projects, undertakes bespoke analysis, and conducts independent research projects in order to improve the local government evidence base.