Dialogue. Thought leadership from the leaders in interim management.
Industry experts—both from within Interim Partners and from our wider network—offer their sector-specific knowledge and advice.
11 March 2019
The NHS needs to change for it to meet the rising demands. Delivering on both the five-year forward view and the STPs will be one of the biggest challenges NHS leaders will face in the coming year. I sat down with Smriti Singh, Programme Director and husband Neil who is a clinician to discuss how they have drawn on each other’s experiences and insights to benefit them both.
15 July 2016
The Institute of Interim Management (IIM) have named 5 of our team in their list of the UK’s top 19 consultants. Interim Partners came 2nd out of the top 80 Interim Service Providers (we have been 1st or 2nd for the past 4 years).
16 May 2016
Claire Carter shares lessons she's learned from growing the Public Sector team.
13 May 2016
With Lord Carter’s report now recently published, Local Health Economies are being discussed more and more these days as a result of the forthcoming challenges facing the NHS today.
21 January 2016
Denise speaks to Karen James, who is currently the Chief Executive at Tameside NHS Foundation Trust. Karen joined the Trust in 2013, after it was placed in special measures.
16 November 2015
Winter is drawing in again and this is normally a time when Interim Managers who work in the NHS are historically very busy.
22 October 2015
Do we continue to place Trusts into special measures indefinitely? How do we increase staffing levels? Is fundamental system reform what’s needed - is it doable or desired?
21 October 2015
With the launch of the HSJ investigation into the causes and consequences of the NHS’s growing reliance on temporary clinical and medical staff, I am interested to discuss the impact and future of non-clinical interim managers within the NHS.
21 September 2015
Roy Lilley's latest Health Chat: Sir Robert states that the NHS CEO role “is the best job in the NHS.”
8 September 2015
A guest editorial for nhsManagers.net on three IT related areas which would make it easier and safer for patients to “get in; get diagnosed; get fixed up; get out; and get on with their lives.”