"And the winner is....": Claire Kennedy on the 2018 Awards season

Reflecting on the upcoming awards season, PPL co-founder and managing partner Claire Kennedy shares her thoughts on what it means to take part, and the different ways of winning.

PPL wins 2018 MCA Award for Consulting Excellence in Ethical Behaviour

PPL wins 2018 MCA Award for Consulting Excellence in Ethical Behaviour
As you may have seen recently featured in The Times, PPL are delighted to be confirmed as the winners of the 2018 MCA Award for Consulting Excellence for Ethical Behaviour.

Crown Commercial Service awards PPL new Framework Agreement for consultancy services across UK

Crown Commercial Service awards PPL new Framework Agreement for consultancy services across UK
We are delighted to announce that the CCS has awarded PPL and our partners a Management Consultancy Framework agreement in the areas of Health & Community, Education and ICT & Digital.

Claire & Simon's blog: accountable care, the end of the beginning?

Claire & Simon's blog:  accountable care, the end of the beginning?
Cynics might dismiss it as another fad. However, we will argue that in this instance the cynics might be wrong – and that accountable care is a potential paradigm shift in how we, in the UK, think about ‘care’ in the broadest sense.

PPL Perspectives: Changing the Story

PPL Perspectives: Changing the Story
Writing for Public Sector Executive magazine, Simon Morioka, co-founder and managing partner of PPL, talks about the value of acting today to create a different tomorrow.

Right care, right place - transforming hospital discharge across North West London

Right care, right place - transforming hospital discharge across North West London
We are proud winners of the Patient Experience Network Awards in the Inclusion of Social Care category and of the Institute for Continuous Improvement in Public Services Awards (Overall Winner).

Producing the Goods – Collaboration as the Next Frontier of Productivity

Producing the Goods – Collaboration as the Next Frontier of Productivity
Claire Kennedy comments on the latest report from the New Local Government Network, co-sponsored by PPL: Producing the Goods – Collaboration as the Next Frontier of Productivity

Are disruptive trends the key to improving the health of the population?

Are disruptive trends the key to improving the health of the population?
Russell reflects on the discussions at a recent Young Management Consultancies Association (MCA) event Disrupting Trends. What are the changing environmental, economic and social factors that drive the way we live and work today and in the future?

A Five Year Forward View for social care

A Five Year Forward View for social care
Following the spring Budget’s £2bn announced funding boost to adult social care, implementing social care initiatives that make real changes to people’s lives, as well as helping with financial sustainability, has to be the starting point.

How Care City is embracing innovative technologies to improve the lives of the older population.

How Care City is embracing innovative technologies to improve the lives of the older population.
Care City, selected as 1 of 5 national Health and Social Care Test Beds, is a healthy ageing innovation centre. The Care City Innovation Test Bed is a system wide collaboration that aims to improve wellbeing and resilience of older people with long term conditions.

PPL wins 2017 MCA Consulting Excellence Client Service and Value Award

PPL wins 2017 MCA Consulting Excellence Client Service and Value Award
“We are extremely proud to be the first recipient of the MCA’s Consulting Excellence, Client Service and Value Award. This is a real testament to the whole team’s commitment to affecting positive change with lasting impact for our clients, and a brilliant recognition of the values that make PPL unique”.

What does it mean to be 10?

What does it mean to be 10?
In her speech to our team on our 10th anniversary, PPL co-founder Claire Kennedy reflects on the journey of the last 10 years and what the future hold for PPL - noting "These are the good old days!"