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Appointing a few high profile black leaders will not change the culture within NHS trusts
There are no ideal partners in business.
The vast majority of workers are not strivers or skivers but fall somewhere inbetween, so how can managers get the best from them?
Some of the sketches of the reunited Monty Python bring the new NHS to mind
When a bedpan is dropped anywhere in the NHS, End Game is sniffing around the mess. Email email@example.com
HSJ’s technology correspondent on the latest developments in healthcare IT and innovation
Dr Jonathan Fielden is chief medical officer at Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust.
The King’s Fund is a health policy think tank.
Helen Bevan is chief of service transformation at the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement. From 1 April 2013, she will be joining the delivery team of NHS Improving Quality. All views are personal
Rob Findlay is founder of Gooroo Ltd and a specialist in waiting time dynamics.
Pamela Garside is a consultant at Newhealth and co-director of the Cambridge Health Network.
Sean Duggan is chief executive at the Centre for Mental Health.
Established by the Commonwealth Fund and supported by the Nuffield Trust, Harkness Fellowships allow professionals to research health policy in the US. They blog their experiences and learning for HSJ and the Nuffield Trust. The 2012-13 fellows are Joan-Costa Font, Julia Murphy, Douglas Noble and Alexandra Norrish.
Neil Goodwin is a director of GoodwinHannah and visiting professor of leadership studies at Manchester Business School.
Chris Hopson is chief executive of the Foundation Trust Network. It represents more than 200 members delivering acute, specialist, mental health, ambulance, and community services in hospitals, in the community and at home