We would like to thank the members of the people profession and our stakeholders who brought their knowledge, skills and experience to the conversation. Their voices were essential in developing a vision that is grounded in their aspirations to address the key issues and opportunities facing the profession.
Thanks are also due to the partners that supported this work: Lancaster University Management School, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), EY and Clever Together.
We are grateful to members of our three advisory groups: chief executives, heads of profession, and directors of human resources or chief people officers. We also thank the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), Health Education England (HEE), NHSX, Social Partnership Forum (SPF), NHS Employers, Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA) and the CIPD for their input via the programme’s steering committee.
The People Plan, the People Promise and the future of NHS human resources and organisational development
The future of NHS human resources and organisational development report outlines a vision and actions that support the delivery of the four pillars of We are NHS: People Plan for 2020/2021 – action for us all and embeds the seven elements of our People Promise.
The future of NHS human resources and organisational development vision for 2030 has eight themes (set out on the bottom row of the below infographic) which are referenced throughout the report. Chapter 3 provides detail on these eight vision statements.
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