PSTA Conference: Public Service Starte of Transformation

A highly interactive conference:

  • sharing great examples of public service transformation driven by pioneers in the public, private, social enterprise, voluntary and community sectors
  • identifying key areas to drive really effective change in the future
  • highlighting the growing importance of working effectively across sectors

Hear from practitioners, thought leaders and academics drawn from our essay authors, and engage in a choice of workshops around our themes. There will be a significant discount on the ticket price for Commissioning Academy, Service Tranformation Programme and Leading Transformation alumni - express your interest now for early bird pricing.

Themes include:

  • The future of public services
  • Social value and innovative approaches to outcomes based commissioning
  • Increasing public service productivity and it contribution to the local economy
  • New delivery models – mutuals, social enterprise, joint commissioning partnerships
  • Transformational leadership and behavioural change within public services
  • Markets: good servants and poor masters
  • Citizens and communities – co-design, personalisation and behavioural change
  • Reconnecting people with the true role of public services
  • Personal transformation to achieve organisational transformation
  • The need for public service disobedience
  • Why food banks have no place in public services, and what needs to be done to not need them any more
  • The disabling relationship between local government and citizens
  • Service user case study – life as a social care user after a stroke – what needs to change


Authors include:


Dai Powell, HCT Group

Julian Blake, BWB

Professor Lord Victor Adebowale OBE

Niall Bolger, Chief Executive, Sutton

Dr Carolyn Wilkins OBE, Chief Executive, Oldham

Professor Gary Sturgess, ANZSOG

Dominic Llewellyn, Numbers for Good

Joanna Killian, Chief Executive, Surrey

Eric Robinson, Chief Executive, Wirral

Donna Hall, Chief Executive, Wigan

Peter Ware, Browne Jacobson

Chris Wright, Catch 22 – new delivery models (social enterprise/market perspective)

Garath Symonds, Head of Children’s Commissioning, Surrey

Mark Rogers, Collaborate

Robert Pollock, Social Finance

…and more!


Unfortunately this event is now closed for booking.

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