Latest Goings On
Account Management – Living and breathing your culture
By Practicus 19th May 2022. Our account managers are there to provide a deeper level of collaboration – to live and breath your values, convey your purpose and give additional support […]
Practicus 57th – Best Workplaces Awards 2022
By Practicus 17th May 2022. Practicus is pleased to announce that we have been recognised at the Best Workplaces Awards 2022. Officially Practicus is now the 57th best small workplace in […]
Stupid PMO questions and their answers
We’ve attempted to climb the endless mountain of Google’s PMO questions to bring you the very peak of stupid when it comes to PMO queries. And then, rather foolishly, we’ve attempted to answer them.
Why PMO as a Service?
The most common reason why PMO as a Service is chosen is because the existing PMO has lost its way or does not yet exist. But there are plenty of other reasons too.
Death of a Technology Laggard
This story charts the experience of how an Interim helped an independent healthcare provider adopt a digital transformation programme to propel its long-term growth strategy.
Celebrating International Women’s Day
Each year, Practicus, like many other organisations and people around the world celebrates March 8th as International Women’s Day (IWD), but how did this commemoration come about and why on this particular day?
Making Data Count to Tackle Health Inequalities
Addressing health inequalities is again becoming a high-priority challenge at national level – and as a society, the growing divergence in rich-poor life expectancy should arguably concern us all.
Why interim management is much less costly than you think
by Natalie Allen, Client Engagement Manager. As someone who places senior interim executives into companies, I often find that many still have a mythological fear about choosing interims for […]
Practicus awarded for wellbeing at work
We are more than a little bit excited – to make the inaugural list of best workplaces for wellbeing in the UK
Patient Safety Incident Response
PSIRF is a new system for investigating or reviewing patient safety incidents, to improve patient safety and develop a. culture of learning