In View is the NHS Institute's award-winning journal for senior leaders in the
NHS. It features interviews with leading leadership thinkers, syndicated
articles from respected business press including pertinent articles reprinted
from the Harvard Business Review*, shares
experiences and challenges facing other senior leaders, and includes the most
up-to-date approaches from other organisations as well as book resumes and much
more. A wide range of subjects are covered with contributors from the NHS,
other health systems and the private and not-for-profit sectors in the UK and
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Our current issue focuses on the concept of public value and includes an
interview with Mark H Moore, the Hauser Professor of Nonprofit Organisations
and Director of the Hauser Centre for Nonprofit Organisations. In his interview
with Steve Coomber, Moore discusses the concepts of public value, citizenships
and the role of public sector managers. Meanwhile, Louise Horner explains the
importance of the public value theory, and Mark Britnell, the Department of
Health's director general for commissioning and system management, explains how
to achieve world-class commissioning. Paul Miller, chief executive of Velindre
NHS Trust in Cardiff, reveals how NHS leaders can learn from healthcare systems
overseas and Ipsos MORI's health research director, Jonathan Nicholls, explains
how NHS trusts can get more from research. We also look at Canada's publicly
funded healthcare system, find out about how to measure public value and
discover what can be learned from top investor, Warren Buffett
Previous editions of In View
Past contributors have included leading thinkers interviewed exclusively for In
View, and NHS leaders sharing their experiences of some of the development
opportunities on offer to them through the Institute. Within past issues there
is also a range of background reading on some of the tools and techniques we
have developed, including a wealth of reading material supporting our work on
whole board development.
Each article is listed by title with a brief description of content. If you
cannot find what you are looking for please contact us.