February 25th 2016 | Malmaison, The Mailbox, Birmingham

The 2016 Conference


The 2016 ICiPS Conference took place on the 25th February 2016 and looked at new and successful methods to dramatically increase your organisations productivity, effective tools to break down barriers and top-tips to boost your ROI.  Addressing the latest tools, techniques and technologies in Continuous Improvement, with real world examples and practical solutions that you can take back and successfully implement in your work.

2016 key issues included: 

  • Boost productivity throughout your organisations DNA 
  • Successfully identity, unlock & unleash your organisations productive & creative forces
  • Harness & champion best practice 
  • Successfully measuring the impact of Continuous Improvement on your bottom-line
  • Tools to developing a community of learning 
  • Stay ahead of the curve: the ever-changing face of Continuous Improvement
  • Effectively delivering world class services for less
  • Join us at our Awards Ceremony

2016 confirmed speakers:

  • Mark Samuels, Managing Director, NIHR Office for Clinical Research Infrastructure
  • Daryl Maitland, Head of OD, Cafcass 
  • Stephen Bevan, Director, Centre for Workforce Effectiveness, The Work Foundation 
  • Vilma Nikolaidou, ‎Head of Organisational Development, Tate Gallery
  • Mark Bilney, Partner: Learning and Development, OEE Consulting
  • Rushmi Laidlaw, Head of Continuous Improvement, Office for National Statistics
  • Rob Barnes, Head of Continuous Improvement, Strategy and Delivery Unit, Department for Education
  • Debbie Simpson, CEO, ICiPS
  • Phil Mayhew, ICiPS Fellow & iMPROV (Consulting UK) 
  • Mark Lamswood, Strategic Engagement Consultant, Cornerstone
  • Stef Atkins, Practitioner: Continuous Improvement, Home Office
  • Mark Zirbser, Change & Improvement Lead, John Lewis Partnership
  • Mark Lamswood, Strategic Engagement Consultant at Cornerstone OnDemand
  • Professor Zoe Radnor, Professor of Service Operations Management, Associate Dean, Loughborough University in London (LUiL) Co-Director, Research Centre for Service Management


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