Dr Andrew Larner
A fair care package at a fair price with fair wages
Dr Andrew Larner says it is more important than ever to understand whether a fair price is being paid for a package of care that is fair to the service user
Improvement and innovation at your fingertips
Dr Andrew Larner says iESE has developed an improvement and innovation model to support exchange of the latest local government practice that is inclusive and easy to use.
Big data, big opportunity
Dr Andrew Larner says it would be impossible for councils to ignore the increasing wave of big data - and embracing the change seems to be at the forefront of local authority evolution.
From customer experience to thriving community
A design approach is still important to maintain, but the design rules for a community-centric approach can be fundamentally different to those of a customer-centric approach, says Dr Andrew Larner of iESE.
Only transformation will make care sustainable
Dr Andrew Larner argues that, along with some dedicated funding, transformation could provide part of a solution that delivers sustainable change in adult social care.
Understanding local improvement
Dr Andrew Larner explains why recent BBC documentary ‘Who’s Spending Britain’s Billions?’ shows greater understanding is needed about council transformation
Councils look fit to face Autumn Statement
Dr Andrew Larner examines the common themes behind local government's requests for the Autumn Statement
How do we share the best of our innovation?
Andrew Larner explains why pooling knowledge is going to be key to public reform
A calculated risk?
The current dispute over care worker pay has seen care minister Norman Lamb call for an investigation. Dr Andrew Larner explains that care calculators could provide the start of a solution
Exchange and smart
Dr Andrew Larner sets out the way iESE’s Innovation Club is ensuring proactive authorities can share solutions as next-generation sector-led improvement hubs
Ushering in the next generation
Dr Andrew Larner looks at some future developments of radical ways of working within local government.