Posts Tagged ‘NHS commissioning’

Action learning as a process to support leaders dealing with change in health and social care

Commissioning in health and social care: Action learning as a process to support leaders dealing with complexity and change

No one can deny that the NHS is operating in a world which is changing at a scale and pace we have never … More

Provider and commissioner collaboration brings positive outcomes for people with learning disabilities

Action learning can transform the relationship between health and social care commissioners and service providers for the benefit of service users.  A recent … More

Action learning helping challenges of commissioning services for people with learning disabiilty

Action learning rises to the challenges of commissioning services for people with learning disability

I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to run a pilot action learning set for those both commissioning and providing services … More

Action learning as a process to support leaders dealing with complexity and change: NHS

Commissioning in health and social care: Action Learning as a process to support leaders dealing with complexity and change

Reflecting on the current winter crisis in the NHS, manifesting in ‘critical incidents’ being declared by a number of Hospital Trusts, I was reminded how complex ‘leading’ in the NHS has become. The focus of this article is on how action learning can provide a powerful process to support NHS commissioners as they grapple with complexity, change and difficult choices. More