The housing team in Capita’s property and infrastructure business has launched its latest research programme - ‘The Art of Real Governance’.
Building on the success of its ongoing participative research project – Nudge – the programme will examine and define the essential ingredients that make up effective governance in social housing, with particular reference to the Homes and Communities Agency’s (HCA) new regulatory framework which was launched on 1st April.
Capita will be working with social housing sector governance specialists Janet Hale and Phil Morgan on the project which begins with a programme of free seminars:
Monday 1st June, 11:30 – 14:30
Capita, 65 Gresham Street, London, EC2V 7NQ
Anna O’Halloran, Capita, said: “We don’t think governance is a science. In fact the HCA wants organisations to govern in the best way that they should – for their own aspirations, priorities, risks and local context. But what we do know is that the HCA’s expectations have changed, it wants better, more robust, more challenging and ultimately more effective governance.”
The final results of the research programme are expected to be published early in 2016
For further information, or to take part in the free seminar, please contact Anna.O'Halloran@capita.co.uk
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