The London Improvement & Innovation Alliance has made great progress since it started in 2019, in part supported by a framework of shared data. In order to support the bold ambition and potential that the LIIA is beginning to realise and help drive this purpose, our data & intelligence offer needs to evolve to equip the Directors of Children’s Services with additional analytical and diagnostic tools to use on that journey.
Good data is only truly useful if it can be used to communicate the story behind the data, about the real living, complicated and beautiful children & young people it represents. Together we will seek to understand the data story and use it to improve outcomes for all children, young people and their families and make data speak for London’s children.
We will take a threefold approach to achieving our vision of using data & intelligence as the catalyst for improving the outcomes for all children with a particular focus on the most vulnerable children, young people and their families living in London.
Each strand being important in its own right but also interrelated with the other strands, the three combining in a way that enhances the individual power of each in a synergistic way.
- Strand one – maintain and improve existing intelligence tools and analysis.
- Strand two – develop a data platform to enable the development of new intelligence & analysis tools based on existing child-level structured data.
- Strand three – explore new innovative uses of data, data alignment and linkage, working with partners in the region and local & national networks. Support LIIA initiatives and programmes.
NPIMG (National Performance & Information Managers Group)
This work is governed by the LIIA Board and the LIEG (London Information Exchange Group)