'What isn't measured doesn't get done', as the saying goes.
Well, based on the 2017 Scatter Map of National Staff Survey results for all ACUTE Trusts, the national LiA team has produced a League Table to show the ranking of acute Trusts against against peers. The National Staff Survey results on which the LiA Scatter Map and League Tables are based provide a summary of how staff feel about the leadership and culture of their Trust. Their response to 32 of the Picker Key Findings in the 2016 National Staff Survey establishes the Trust's position on the LiA Scatter Map for 2016. This position is then compared with each Trust’s position for 2015.
The League Table shows:
• Ranking and league position for each Trust from best to worst
• Foundation Trusts (blue) and non Foundation Trusts (yellow)
• A positive (green) or negative (red) movement up or down from last year’s scatter map position.
On this basis, the top 5 positive movers are: Mid Essex (+76), Ashford & St Peter’s (+66), Univ Hosps South Manchester (+48), Oxford Univ Hospitals (+46) and Northampton General (+41).
The top 5 Trusts going the wrong way, in a big way, are: UHC&W (-41), James Paget (-48), Epsom & St Helier (-49), Burton (-49), and Ipswich (-53).
The tables are designed to help CEOs and their leadership teams understand their National Staff Survey results, know how their Trust is placed within their peer group, and, hopefully, decide on a course of action that will build on success or address what staff say is not working for them at their own Trust.