Last week, GGI attended the Open Forum events Charity Reform 2016 conference. The purpose of the event was to discuss, debate and determine best practice thinking on the direction of travel for charities in England and Wales.
Scottish higher education – the shape of things to come?
There is much in the news lately regarding the highly controversial Higher Education Governance (Scotland) Bill, which is setting a lot of hares racing north of the border.
Let’s not forget the protection of legal form or the importance of good governance
NHS provider organisations are committed to the change required to meet service users’ needs, but whatever structural reforms are put in place, healthcare will still be delivered by organisations. Unless their leaders are prepared to take on unlimited personal liability, those organisations will have a legal form that limits the liability of its directors.
Engagement to effectively support nurse recruitment and retention
Nurses have had a hard time as of late. Pay freezes, long and intensive shifts, and a perceived lack of opportunity have all contributed to a shortfall in staff, rock-bottom morale, and a crisis that Royal College of Nursing Director, Paul Vaughn has called a ‘ticking timebomb’.
Video – David Goldberg’s comments on ‘Goldberg II: Delivering on Strategy in the NHS’
David Goldberg, International Associate at GGI and author of the report, offers his thoughts following the launch of ‘Goldberg II: Delivering on Strategy in the NHS’.
Video – Dr Adrian Bull comments on ‘Goldberg II: Delivering on Strategy in the NHS’
Dr Adrian Bull, Managing Director of Imperial College Health Partners offers his thoughts following the launch of ‘Goldberg II: Delivering on Strategy in the NHS’.
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