Here at PPL, we’re very proud of our team and the collective experience we have to offer. We come from a variety of backgrounds, professions, and each have our own unique perspectives on the big challenges our clients face. We also share a common purpose and drive to improve public services and the lives of the communities they serve; we are therefore keen to share learning and insights from our work with the wider world. Each month, we set a question around a topical issue (and lyrics to a relevant song) and ask colleagues to share their perspectives. The blogs here reflect their individual views, which we hope will prompt debate, connection, and action.
'Let’s get together and feel all right' - How can we support people to maximise their potential by working across traditional boundaries?
Laura Porro, Consultant
‘Just move on up/Move on up/But move on up’ - Social mobility and social gravity: what does this mean in 2018?
Tim Pope, Associate Director
'Islands in the stream, that is what we are, no one in between, how can we be wrong?' - What is place based care and what is its potential?
Jose Acuyo Cespedes, Analyst
Hannah Dayah, Analyst
‘Come together, right now, over me’? Delayed Transfers of Care affect partners and patients across the system – but how can organisations work effectively together to tackle the issue?’
David Segal, Principal Consultant
Eilidh Cunningham, Analyst
'Let's Stay Together' - what are the factors that you think would help the nascent Accountable Care Systems to stay together and to work effectively and sustainably?
Katie Lansdell, Associate Director
Rachel Lewis, Analyst
Claire & Simon, PPL Co-founders
‘Nobody does it better’? How can public services employ evaluations most effectively for service improvement?
Vish Valivety, Consultant