News and Comment

News

Giving Local People a Voice

Monday February 6 2017

Starting last week OPM Group delivered the first of six events on behalf of the team in South West London developing the area’s Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP). Along with 43 other partnerships across the country, the area is developing a five-year plan to ensure quality of care is maintained in the context of changing… Read More

New Appointment

Friday November 18 2016

From: Peter Holland OPM Group In conjunction with the announcement of Ms Khan’s departure OPM Group would also like to announce the appointment of Terry Parker as Interim Finance and Corporate Services Director.   Mr Parker has been a Finance and Corporate Services director in a range of public, private and third sector organisations. He’s… Read More

Announcement

Friday November 18 2016

From Peter Holland, CEO OPM Group. With regret, I would like to announce that Jameela Khan, OPM Group Finance and Corporate Services Director, will be leaving OPM Group on 20th November.   Jameela went part time in April to begin to develop her own business providing financial and management consultancy support to charities and third… Read More

Comment

Evaluating the added value of Social Impact Bond investment

Tuesday July 5 2016

In this fourth blog of the series that summarises key points in a speech I delivered at the 2016 Social Investing and Corporate Social Responsibility Forum, held at Meiji University in Tokyo, I reflect on some of the lessons learned in evaluating Social Impact Bonds (SIBs). This blog explores what it means to conduct such evaluations, and… Read More

What employee ownership means to us

Thursday June 30 2016

At OPM Group (Office for Public Management and Dialogue by Design) we pride ourselves on being an employee owned company. But what does that actually mean in practice? How does it affect our relationship with colleagues or our understanding of the business? How does it impact us on a day to day basis? Employee Ownership… Read More

Not waving, but drowning… in data? Managing data and Social Impact Bonds

Thursday June 23 2016

This is the third blog in the series that summarises key points in a speech I delivered at the 2016 Social Investing and Corporate Social Responsibility Forum, held at Meiji University in Tokyo. Here, I reflect on the following issue: What data do the various Social Impact Bond (SIB) players need to collect, and how… Read More