Welcome to the live stream page of ICiPS Conference & Awards – Continuous Improvement 2021.
This year’s event will explore Sustaining Continuous Improvement: Post-COVID Management Strategy and Planning in Public Services and will stream live from 09:30 on Thursday 20th May 2021.
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Michael West CBE
Senior Visiting Fellow at the King’s Fund, Professor of Organisational Psychology, Lancaster University
Former Advisor to Australian Prime Minster, UK Prime Minister and Scottish First Minister
Principal Consultant, PA Consulting
Senior Workforce Advisor, Local Government Association
Editorial Director, City View Policy
Founder and CEO, Institute for Continuous Improvement in Public Services
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Live Stream Troubleshooting
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Browser: Please do not try to watch this stream using internet explorer. Internet explorer does not support live streaming, we recommend using Google Chrome (PC) or Safari (Mac) as your browser to view this live stream and participate in the chat.
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