What makes a change programme successful?
What’s that saying? “There is nothing permanent except change” Heraclitus. Dealing with change, adapting to change, learning from change, it is all […]
Leadership in 2021: What needs to change?
Office working has changed for good. Now that we’ve implemented the technology (mostly) and demonstrated our ability to work effectively […]
Practical tips to ensure success as hybrid teams
Almost all 50 of the UK’s biggest employers questioned by the BBC have said they do not plan to bring […]
NHF’s new Code of Governance: an opportunity to raise our standards
Last week the NHF published a new Code of Governance, the first of five years. We welcome the refreshed guidance […]
Altair’s Guide to the Social Housing Green Paper
The highly anticipated green paper on social housing was released Tuesday 14th August 2018, within it some key implications for […]
How the role of board members has changed over the past nine years
This week I’m stepping down from the board of Optivo (including Amicus Horizon, one of its legacy organisations), as its […]
HAs must publish Gender Pay Reports by 4th April 2018
If you are a housing association which had 250 or more employees on 1st April 2017, you are required under […]
Rent setting: Just because you could, does it mean you should?
Great article from Gemma Duggan from this weeks “Social Housing”: Rent setting: Just because you could, does it mean you […]
Clear Focus on Local Authorities
Teresa May’s Government confirmed again at the Conservative Party Conference that there will be a clear policy focus on local […]
The Taylor Review and what Housing Associations can learn from Uber
‘Zero-hour contracts’, ‘worker status’, ‘gig economy’, ‘self-employed contractors’ – all words and phrases you may have heard in the past […]