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Outcomes: local government peer challenge reports

Outcomes: local government peer challenge reports

Outcomes: local government peer challenge reports

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Peer challenge is a proven tool for improvement facilitated by the Local Government Association (LGA). It is a process commissioned by a council and involves a small team of local government officers and councillors spending time at the council as peers to provide challenge and share learning

Category: Critical success factors » Leadership and management Critical success factors » Approach to change Critical success factors » Getting the best from staff Characteristics » Role of the authority Characteristics » Role of the elected member Characteristics » Managing income Characteristics » Managing expenditure Characteristics » Use of data and intelligence Characteristics » Use of digital and technology Characteristics » Procurement and commissioning Change approach » Service focus Change approach » Customer focus Change approach » Joined up Change approach » Community focus Local government services » Administration and government Local government services » Adult social care Local government services » Advice and benefits Local government services » Business and employment (including trading standards) Local government services » Children and family care Local government services » Coastline management Local government services » Community safety Local government services » Education, learning and childcare Local government services » Environmental protection (including waste and pollution) Local government services » Housing and homelessness Local government services » Leisure and culture Local government services » Licences, permits and permissions Local government services » Planning and building control Local government services » Public health Local government services » Transport and highways

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