Team Jersey costs (FOI)
Team Jersey costs (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 31 October 2019.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
Can you advise how much has been spent on “Team Jersey” so far.
Can you breakdown the costs ie. consultant fees, materials used, building rental?
I know they have a contract worth £3.5 million, will this be extended beyond the three years?
Can details be provided to show what has been achieved so far by “Team Jersey”
A and B
Period of expenditure up to start of September 2019. Team Jersey is delivered in partnership with the chosen provider and the below figures include the contract and internal costs of delivering the programme.
|Team Jersey contract programme fees||£472,213||£878,322 ||£1,350,535 |
|Internal staff||£13,656||£71,546 ||£85,202 |
|Buildings and equipment||£0||£38,195||£38,195|
|Systems and office costs ||£3,952||£9,710 ||£13,662 |
|Department specific activities||£0||£188,016||£188,016|
The current programme has been implemented to support culture change across the organisation. Team Jersey will continue to be a programme of activity beyond the end of the three-year contract term with the partner company. The programme has been designed to leave a legacy where internal team members are trained to deliver beyond the current contract end. Any changes to the current programme of activity are managed within the agreed contract. Any extension of the existing contract to support continued programme activity would be subject to due diligence and financial governance requirements.
To date the Team Jersey programme has completed the following activities:
a) Held 10 ‘Big Conversation’ diagnostic events
b) Held 40 ‘Our Conversation’ diagnostic events
c) Conducted 48 one-to-one internal interviews
d) Held external focus groups and conducted 24 one-to-one external interviews
e) Conducted briefing session and focus group with States Members
f) Undertook internal system reviews and reviewed internal data
g) Completed Team Jersey Phase One Report – presented to internal groups and published for external consumption
h) Supported the development of People Services systems, processes and people, including:
HR development frame work implemented
recruitment process review completed
values and behaviours development
talent, leadership and learning
corporate induction and on-boarding
absence and well-being review and recommendations
i) Established internal ‘change champion’ programme with over 150 staff recruited and fully or partially trained by end September 2019
j) Completed preparation and set-up of learning development facilities and participant systems
k) Provided 150 staff learning and development workshops, with over 1,200 staff attending one or more by end September 2019.