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.
21 October 2019
Sarah Stevenson reflects on some of the key trends in the housing interim market in 2019, looking at the trials, tribulations and opportunities as we look ahead into 2020.
4 April 2019
There is a parallel universe in housing whereby the IR35 intermediary legislation currently applies to one half of the housing market but not the other. Sarah Stevenson examines the impact of this difference and shares her insight in readiness for the legislation coming fully into play April 2020.
24 December 2018
I’m lucky enough to meet some incredible people in my work, one of whom is John Giesen. A passion that both John and I share is employee engagement and in particular, the positive feedthrough of highly engaged staff to the end-user customers; often called the employee engagement value chain.
11 April 2018
With the backdrop of limited resources to deliver programmes designed to make services more efficient, varied and personalised, how best can leaders mitigate the downside risk?
8 January 2018
I think a lot about words, and the power of semantics. I write to people who have never spoken to me before, often chief executives and board members of housing associations who have many more important things to do than read my emails.
27 September 2017
Sarah Stevenson discusses the importance of a customer-centric approach, with technology serving as an enabler.
30 March 2017
Sarah Stevenson discusses different leadership styles and the advantages of being an introvert vs extrovert when managing and running a business.
20 December 2016
‘We’re housing associations: it’s not like we’re merging Oxfam and an arms dealer’.
26 September 2016
In the last few weeks, boards of Affinity Sutton and Circle have agreed to press ahead with plans for a 128,000-home ‘mega-merger’.
14 July 2016
Maybe the two thirds of housing association tenants who voted “leave” foresaw something that the Remain camp, failed to see.