The NHS Transformation Unit (TU) Annual Review for 2017/18 reflects on a transformative year for the organisation.
The TU was formed to keep public resources within the public sector, providing support to changing health communities which care for patients. We apply our skills, passion, commitment and expertise to enable us to build the right teams to find innovative and practical solutions to deliver sustainable, positive change to support the NHS not only now, but through the challenges of the future.
With that in mind, we wanted to produce an Annual Review that assessed how effective our ‘Cycle of Transformation’ had proved to be through analysis of some key client work, as well as to invite feedback on our services.
We also wanted to take stock of a year of change for the TU, with our co-founders changing their roles in the senior team. Alex Heritage has taken on the role of Chief Executive Officer, while Leila Williams takes on a new role of Chief Transformation Officer.
As detailed in the Annual Review, a key process we use is the ‘Cycle of Transformation’ model (Insight, Engage, Design and Deliver), which enables us to service our clients in order for them to achieve their desired outcomes.
Phil Huggon, Chair of the TU, comments: “We hope that our Annual Review offers a flavour of what the TU has achieved, and the results we are delivering for the NHS.
“Together, Alex and Leila bring over five decades of expertise to the TU and our clients, and are unwavering in their commitment to transforming health and care for the benefit of patients the length and breadth of the UK.
“I am very confident that under their stewardship the TU will continue to grow from strength to strength.”