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Welcome to the latest issue of unspun, which looks at the financial and motivational repercussions of a failed change programme, the consequences of selecting the wrong suppliers and the difficulties involved in delivering joined up services with a fragmented workforce.
So how can you get people working together to deliver the results you need?
Organisations are increasingly recognising that change management is an essential part of their big transformation programmes.
Making the NHS more joined-up. Obvious but how?
Three critical factors to bear in mind when embarking on a supplier selection exercise
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