GGI are delighted to announce the date of our third Festival of Governance on 19th September 2017 at 30 Euston Square, London. This year's event will focus on the changing landscape for leadership, with a multi-faceted programme presenting work that we have undertaken with clients and ... Read more
We would like to thank all our contributors, partners, clients and friends for all the fascinating and progressive work across 2016. We are looking forward to a busy and collaborative start to 2017, with some exciting developments to our website, launch of Festival 2017 and plenty of e... Read more
GGI in partnership with ThinkNow and Hill Dickinson have developed a briefing paper and maturity matrix tool with the aim to support Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) looking to effectively implement joint committee arrangements in a sound way.
At a time where the NHS is facing its t... Read more
Charity Futures is planning a half-day panel discussion at CCLA on 22 November to discuss the results of the trusteeship survey and wider governance and leadership issues, entitled Charity Governance: catastrophe and cure?
The day will start with a light lunch at 12.30, then panel discu... Read more
Monday the 31st of October saw The Good Governance Institute (GGI) Chief Executive, Andrew Corbett-Nolan and co-author of GGI’s Integrated Governance Handbook, Professor Michael Deighan present at The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Faculties in Scotland (Scottish Academy) Preventi... Read more
This afternoon will see The Good Governance Institute (GGI), in partnership with The Chartered Quality Institute (CQI), launch their charity governance report The Third Sector: Value driven, transparently managed. This paper will be presented by GGI’s Managing Director, David Cockayne as... Read more
It is now ten years since Good Governance Institute published the seminal Integrated Governance Handbook. For many this was a real game changer offering practical advice, clarity of purpose and role, and heralded a less compliance and more thoughtful principle based approach to governance.... Read more
GGI has published ‘The Future of the NHS’ that critically examines and provides some context to the direction in which the NHS is headed - consuming more and more public money to provide an increasingly worse service. With commentary from eminent colleagues including former secretaries... Read more
2016 has already seen a significant amount of change, challenge and transformation in our public services, and the events of the past few months continue to add both uncertainty and opportunity - from our work nationally GGI has been engaged by numerous organisations to help think through ... Read more
GGI is to host the Knowledge Management report launch, The Role of the Medical Director: Next Steps to Improving Clinical Leadership.
One in a series of reports published by GGI, The Role of the Medical Director in the NHS, analyzed the responsibilities, barriers, and challenges to acco... Read more