We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for six different awards at the MCA Awards 2022 for both client and individual awards.
The MCA is the Management Consultancies Association which acts as the voice of the consulting industry and represents the UK’s leading management consultancy firms. There were a record number of entries this year and to be shortlisted for six awards is a proud achievement and recognition of the hard work our teams have put in to deliver long lasting solutions for our clients.
We have been shortlisted for:
- Performance Improvement in the Public with NHS England Breast Screening Recovery Programme
- People and Leadership with NHS National Workforce Recovery Programme
- Strategy with North Central London Community and Mental Health
- Team Leader Consultant of the Year – Will Browne
- Team Leader Consultant of the Year – Danny Silk
- Experienced Leader Award – Jo Andrews
Performance Improvement in the Public with NHS England Breast Screening Recovery Programme
The impact of Covid-19 on the National Breast Screening Programme presented the largest and most complex challenge it had ever faced. Over 9 months, CF worked closely with the NHSE Public Health Commissioning Team to tackle this challenge, using data and targeted interventions to support the programmes aim to provide women across England with early breast cancer diagnosis.
People and Leadership with NHS National Workforce Recovery Programme
CF were commissioned by NHSE to support them to develop an understanding of the future workforce demand to inform the spending review submissions. We were asked to identify and quantify the predicted workforce gaps by 24/25 by care setting, considering a number of factors including elective recovery, long-term plan objectives and underlying workforce demand and capacity. This programme provided NHSE with a clear projection of their workforce composition over the next 5 years highlighting the gaps across care settings and staff groups which supported proactive decision making around future workforce planning.
Strategy with North Central London Community and Mental Health
CF were commissioned to develop the strategy for the future of Community and Mental Health services in North Central London. We worked in partnership with stakeholders to understand the case for change, to agree what the service offer for NCL residents should be, and to plan for implementation. Over the next 3 years, the NCL strategy for Community and Mental Health services will deliver a new, transformational and equitable service offer for residents.