Wiggins, L., Marshall, B. and Smallwood, J. (2016) Pluralism: the art and science of making (practical) choices about change and improvement methods. Peer reviewed conference paper at 10th International Behaviour in Healthcare Conference: Attaining, sustaining and spreading improvement: Art or Science? April 2016, Cardiff.
Waller, L., Marshall, B., Smallwood, J. & Wiggins, L. (2015). GenerationQ: The Organisational and Personal Impact of the Programme. An Evaluation Report prepared for the Director of The Health Foundation.
Whilst some people reading this issue may be discovering Ashidge Consulting for the first time, many Converse readers have worked with us for a number of years. Just as we have seen so many of our client organisations flourish and grow, we too have been developing and evolving as a business, in order to meet the changing needs of our clients. We would like to take this opportunity to bring you up to date with the full range of activities that we now undertake. In particular, we want to share with you the way in which the structure and leadership of our consulting organisation have recently been redesigned to provide increased focus and clarity around our areas of expertise.
Smallwood, J., Rebbeck, M., Dickson, R. & Powell, M. (2007) Launched - Four Practice Groups, Converse, Issue 5, pp. 6 - 8
Redefining control, acknowledging doubt and making ourselves available to the mass of opportunities that are permanently bubbling up in organisations. These are some of the perspectives that John Higgins and Janet Smallwood invite us to consider.
Smallwood, J. & Higgins, J. (1999) Finding the Flow, Directions - The Ashridge Journal, November