Expert opinion carefully crafted to help senior leaders across the public sector to embrace complexity, find new ways of thinking and solve problems.
Delivering better outcomes and life chances for children and young people
A ‘one size fits all’ approach is unlikely to produce sustainable change in public services.
These three are kind, fierce and glamorous, and above all always dedicated to improving outcomes for families in Stockton – worthy heroes indeed.
The Conservative party has won a stonking majority. What does that mean for local government?
My Hero of 2019 (well, all time hero) is my mum, Michele Saunders, who sadly passed away after courageously fighting a 35-year battle with Multiple Sclerosis.
Dr Toby Lowe is an inspiring figure who is on a mission to improve the way public services are delivered and managed.
Reflections on the LGA's recent report, and the 3 key areas that need to be focused on
Complex systems can be managed if those involved have a shared ambition and are clear on what good outcomes look like.
We have been blown away by Carol Kelsey's breadth of knowledge and the number of initiatives she is involved with, and her ability to approach any challenge with a wry smile.
Alec Porter and Paul Swallow have both had a huge impact in Bradford this year.
Sally’s energy, enthusiasm and passion for improving life chances for children make her one of our Heroes of 2019.
Reflections on the Management Consultancy Association’s event on the Future of Talent, Diversity and Inclusion
The Transformation Team (aka ‘The Transformers’) at Cambridgeshire County Council are relentless in their drive to lead and deliver change and improve people’s lives.
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