There is no time quite like the Olympic Games. Couch potatoes are inspired to spring off the sofa, the sport-phobic are glued to their televisions, we are filled with patriotic fever over sports we normally ignore. It’s a complete change of mental scenery and I absolutely love it. The Olympics is also a traditional time for thought pieces making tenuous connections between elite sport and
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Earlier this year the National Audit Office (NAO) published an excellent paper on “Delivering major projects in government: a briefing for the Committee of Public Accounts”, which provides some very interesting statistics, facts and figures on the Government’s Major Projects Portfolio and describes some of the reasons why so many large public
Turn on the news these days and you could be forgiven for thinking you had fallen asleep for several months such is the pace things are moving. The past few weeks have seen events likely to have a major impact on the generation, supply, use and regulation of energy in the United Kingdom. But it’s not the EU referendum that will have the biggest impact. Ministerial changes and significant
On Friday, 24 June, there was a palpable sense of shock. For those who had voted “Remain” the was a feeling of loss – almost like a bereavement. For those had voted “Leave” there was a sense of surprise and perhaps elation at succeeding against the odds. As someone who has worked on change programmes, these reactions made me think of the various change curves that consultants often
As the debate heats up in advance of the EU referendum, you may still remember the furore prompted by the booklet sent by the Government to every household in the UK. While the booklet was meant to provide the objective facts and figures, it was inevitably damned by the Brexiteers as just more propaganda for the campaign to remain in the EU. The Government said that this was untrue and reminded
Although grey, it wasn’t raining in Manchester. The junior doctors’ strike had been called off and the AJ Bell stadium was swelled by the good attendance that this allowed. Things were looking up and Prederi was sharing our experience, wondering if it could be the “saviour of the NHS”. Read more »