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October 14, 2019

GGI partner changes usher in new phase of growth

Two new partners have been announced by the Good Governance Institute LLP to support the company’s plans for growing value…

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October 1, 2019

ISQua 2019

ISQua’s mission is to improve quality in patient safety. It achieves this through education, knowledge sharing, external evaluation, supporting health…

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September 24, 2019

Reflections of Summer Camp 2019 in Marseille, France

GGI Consultant, Nina Atwal was one of the eighteen fortunate participants at this year’s Summer Camp in Marseille. Returning to…

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September 17, 2019

Oh what a night!

Thursday 5 September saw VIPS flocking to GGI’s Annual Lecture in Westminster, London. The event also marked the launch of…

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Governance, Events
September 11, 2019

GGI Summer Camp 2019: Marseille

Established 20 years ago the success of Summer Camp rests on the rich diversity of its community and the willingness…

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September 3, 2019

Good Governance Award 2019 to Dame Fiona Caldicott

Dame Fiona Caldicott, the UK’s first statutory National Data Guardian for health and social care, has been named as the…

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Snapshot of GGI's latest blog - Our methodology for working with the NHS
Boards Insights
August 27, 2019

Our Methodology

Of course, it’s personal. It’s our NHS… We all love and use it, yet still abuse it and undermine it…

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August 20, 2019

Authentic engagement and community voice

Programmes Director, Laura Botea, believes it’s time to move beyond compliance and embrace community engagement as a strategic priority In…

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GGi Blog Future-proofing NHS Governance by the Good Governance Institute
NHS Career, Boards Insights
August 13, 2019

The Brexit threat to NHS talent management

The pressure is intensifying – in addition to the issues of budget cuts, and population growth and aging, Brexit is…

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Boards Insights, Governance
August 6, 2019

What are the sins of the Board?

Organisational boards have a responsibility to conduct themselves according to principles of good governance however sometimes – whether by omission or commission – things don’t go according to plan. Dr John Bullivant, founder of the Good Governance Institute, gives some examples.

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GGi Blog Future-proofing NHS Governance by the Good Governance Institute
July 30, 2019

Future-proofing NHS governance

While organisations world-wide are experiencing significant change and uncertainty, GGI Chief Executive Andrew Corbett-Nolan would like to encourage boards to…

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Boards Insights
July 24, 2019

Governance core principles

With almost 30 years’ experience in the NHS, including several as a chief executive, GGI Director of Delivery Darren Grayson…

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The Digital Agenda - Nina Atwal - Good Governance Institute
NHS Long Term Plan, Digital
July 16, 2019

The Digital Agenda for the NHS

While the NHS doesn’t have a great track record with IT, GGI Consultant, Nina Atwal is optimistic. Here she gives…

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GGi Blog Future-proofing NHS Governance by the Good Governance Institute
NHS Career
July 9, 2019

From NHS to RAF and back again

GGI’s interim Head of Communications Martin Evans tells us how, after a vivid dream one evening, he altered the course…

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GGI EHMA Special Interest Group on Governance
European Health Governance
July 2, 2019

GGI launches Special Interest Group on Governance at EHMA 2019

Our GGI team recently returned from a successful trip to the annual European Health Management Association (EHMA) conference in Espoo,…

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The success of the NHS Long Term Plan - Mark Butler June 2019
NHS Long Term Plan
June 25, 2019

Success of the NHS Long Term Plan: Integration and collaboration

The success of the NHS Long Term Plan rests, in part, on the principles of integration and collaboration. GGI Director of Development, Mark Butler, reflects on some of the challenges confronting Boards and suggests steps that they could adopt to foster more effective partnerships and better integration.

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