Holding Public Services to Account: the Role of Non-Executives offers a wealth of firsthand insight from some of the UK’s leading NEDs, as well as other voices expert in the business of improving public services.
This is the third collection of essays in the PF Perspectives series. Earlier editions examined strategies for local integration in public services and the future for public audit.
Contributors to PF Perspectives: Holding Public Services to Account include:
● Bernard Jenkin MP, chair of the public administration select committee
● Ed Smith, chair of NHS Improvement, non-executive chair of the Crown Commercial Service and lead non-executive director at the Department for Transport
● Lord Adebowale, chief executive of Turning Point and chair of Collaborate
● Emran Mian, director of the Social Market Foundation
● Jacqui McKinlay, executive director of the Centre for Public Scrutiny
● Dan Corry, chief executive of New Philanthropy Capital
● Conor Ryan, director of research at the Sutt on Trust
● Margaret Casely-Hayford, chair of Action Aid UK and a non-executive director of NHS England
● Daniel Thornton, programme director at the Institute for Government
● Zoe Gruhn, consultant at Value Partnership and former head of leadership development at the Institute for Government
● Ann Reeder, director of Frontline Consulting Associates
● Plus a special introduction by CIPFA chief executive Rob Whiteman