PCC’s “Managing change and transformation” e-learning course helps you to understand how to build a change-ready culture that can make smart decisions and successfully implement innovative ideas. You'll consider your personal reaction to change, evaluate your organisation's attitude to innovation and learning, identify barriers to transforming the organisation and explore approaches to overcome them.
Projects facilitate change. At this time of great change in the health service, effective project management skills are essential. This e-learning course focuses on the principles of good project management and how they can be applied in every role. It traces the step by step journey of a project from inception to review. The course highlights the benefits of good project management without the confusing technical detail that so often surrounds the subject.
Building on the understanding gained at our dental contracting essentials workshops and from real work examples, this half day session on 14 June 2017 in Birmingham will take you through scenarios you are likely to face as contracting managers.
As part of the session we will be asking delegates to provide queries they would like to work through regarding approach and decision making.
Innovation is all about generating and implementing new ideas and breaking the mould to deliver success. This e-learning course shows you why innovation is important, how to create and select great ideas and how to realise them in your own organisation.
You will appreciate how creativity can grow from crisis, consider alternative business models and try out some practical tools for idea generation and risk management. The innovation e-learning course will teach you how to contribute effective new ideas to a range of situations within your organisation.
During May we ran premises events just as NHS England published guidance on how to apply to the Estates and Technology Transformation Fund (ETTF). At workshops in Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and London, our premises experts Bill May and Mike Simpson explained the regulatory context and policy aims that commissioners will need to consider when making funding applications. One CCG delegate said the event provided an “excellent overview highlighting key issues to take back to the CCG to action”, but another remarked that it was “frightening to hear the complexity [of the issue] and lack of expertise we have in CCG land”.