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Learning and development case studies

Sussex Training Consortium

Impact Report: Transforming leadership with blended learning at Sussex Training Consortium

Endorsed programmes drive Local Authority Leadership Development – in partnership with the Sussex Training Consortium The Sussex Training Consortium (STC) provides targeted, relevant, high quality training for all staff working in 12 Districts and Boroughs across East & West Sussex. It aims to ensure that any learning and development they offer the authorities is not […]

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City University of London

Case Study: City, University of London – Future Leaders

Blended Learning & Development for Future Leaders at City, University of London Introduction City, University of London (City) is a global University committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions, and an enviable central London location. It’s in the unique position of having special links with the City of London and […]

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L&D

Case study: Partnership skills – encouraging a collaborative approach to data culture at UNICEF UK

UNICEF UK (UUK) is part of UNICEF’s global network. It raises money for their work with children and children’s rights worldwide. Accurate, up-to-the-minute information – data – is a key element in UNICEF UK’s very successful fundraising operation. And how that data is managed across the organisation is increasingly significant to their work. Challenge Supporter […]

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Henley Business School

Case Study: Henley Business School

Enabling collaboration through a common approach to project management The University of Reading is ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide with 17,000 students from 150 countries. It is famous for its research in business, agriculture and meteorology. Introduction In 2008 the Henley Management College became part of the University of Reading, in a […]

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Case Study: West Kent Housing Association

Developing line managers for an evolving culture West Kent Housing Association (West Kent) is a vibrant, community-based business providing affordable homes and services to people living in the towns and villages throughout Kent. Established in 1989, they were one of the first large scale voluntary transfers of local authority housing. They were the first ‘excellent’ […]

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Evolve Housing and Support Case Study

Case study: Continuous development and managing talent at Evolve Housing + Support

(previously South London YMCA) provides a range of supported housing services for 545 homeless people Croydon, Bromley, Lambeth and Kensington & Chelsea. Over the last five years, they’ve transformed most of their properties through a £25m redevelopment programme, so that those living in them have a better chance to turn their lives around and live […]

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NSPCC

Case study: Driving innovation and knowledge management at the NSPCC

NSPCC has an extraordinary achievement behind it – the transformational Full Stop campaign. But they are committed to stepping up to the next level of performance with a new fundraising target and strategy to ensure they deliver on their commitment to children. This case study explains how =mc helped develop an integrated innovation programme- including […]

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RSC

Case study: Developing the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Leadership Culture

The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) is one of the most famous theatre companies in the world. They work to connect people around the world with Shakespeare through innovative and distinctive theatre and education. As well as Shakespeare’s work, they also produce bold, ambitious work with living writers, actors and artists. This includes the multiple award-winning […]

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Housing and Care 21

Case study: Housing & Care 21

Driving culture change at Housing & Care 21 Housing & Care 21 are the UK’s largest non-profit care provider and a national leader in providing innovative, affordable housing for older people. Their strong belief that later life should be happy and fulfilling, has lead to them supporting over 28,000 people across the UK with essential […]

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Plan International

Case study: INGO management development at Plan International

Plan International – Developing international NGO staff Plan International is one of the world’s largest development organisations. Founded in 1937, Plan’s original focus was providing food, accommodation and education for children affected by the Spanish Civil War. Today, Plan raise over US$500 million every year to support its work in 49 developing countries. Their vision […]

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The Management Centre

Case study: Organisational integration at The Manchester Museum

The Manchester Museum is unique. In no other university can you find such an encyclopedic compendium of human creativity from every corner of the globe, alongside evidence of the evolution of the planet over the last 4.6 billion years. Breaking down silos was a key goal and =mc was able to help in a number […]

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Case study: Supporting new approaches to Project Management in ActionAid and FareShare

Different organisations do – and define – project management in different ways, from a ‘whole organisation’ skill that everyone needs to understand and share at some level, to a specialism practised by a few people on behalf of the many. Whatever the tactic, how well projects are managed contributes to the culture and reputation of […]

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Gateway housing association

Leading Gateway from Good to Greatness

Gateway Housing Association is the largest provider of sheltered housing in Tower Hamlets. Their name came about because of their unique role in supporting people in a borough which has, throughout history, been a ‘gateway’ for migrants coming to live and work in London. It also reflects their core belief that decent affordable housing is […]

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Marie Curie

Case study: Spreading the legacy message in Marie Curie

Marie Curie is one of the UK’s largest national charities, providing care and support for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. They’ve been carrying out this vital work for over 65 years – and last year alone cared for over 40,000 people across the UK. Challenge In 2015 Marie Curie Cancer Care […]

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Concern Worldwide

Case study: Developing a competency framework for Concern Worldwide

What makes us successful? Inside Concern Worldwide’s competency framework Concern Worldwide is an international non-governmental organisation “working for a world where no one lives in fear, poverty or oppression.” Established over 40 years ago it works in over 29 countries. As well as responding to humanitarian emergencies, Concern also provides longer-term assistance in the areas […]

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