A report from the Cabinet Member for Corporate Affairs and HR is attached.
Councillor Tahir Rafiq, the Cabinet Member for Corporate Affairs and HR, presented the report which provided a summary of key delivery and performance that occurred during quarter two 2021-22 aligned to the 3R priorities, and highlighted intelligence on waiting times for referral to treatment for consultant led services.
In response to Members’ questions regarding how the Let’s Do It strategy was understood by all Council staff, it was noted that staff briefings were going well. Early consultations demonstrated a low understanding, but this was being improved over time with engagement on how this strategy applied to Council services and regeneration projects. Staff and partners had helped write and develop the strategy, and the next stage was organisational development.
1. Noted the performance and delivery against the 3R priorities and the 2021/22 Corporate Plan delivery objectives;
2. Noted the spotlight on our intelligence on waiting times for referral to treatment for consultant led services; and
3. Noted the ongoing developments to strengthen and improve this reporting process and functionality.
Reasons for the decision:
To measure and acknowledge progress towards the 2021/22 Corporate Plan delivery objectives.
Other options considered and rejected: