Q Community Administrator
On 21 November Q community members had the opportunity to explore relational leadership across Sheffield.
On 2-3 October, Q members from around the country met in the North-East of England for a two-day study tour to learn about all things Lean from two very different environments - a mega car manufacturer, and a mental health trust. Find out more here.
The live blog from the annual UK-wide Q community event 2018. Get involved by commenting on the blog or via twitter @theQcommunity #QEvent2018.
The Q project team is busy gearing up for this year's event, taking place in September at the NEC in Birmingham. Here we share some of the highlights and learnings from last year's event that have helped shape the programme for this year, along with a preview of what to expect.
The Q team and the UK-wide Q partners recently came together to discuss all things Q on a local level and how best to share learning going forward
Alleviating my imposter syndrome
Ashworth Hospital in Merseyside share a case study of how they implemented a new patient safety framework in a mental health care setting.
Welcome to the Evaluation Station. The accessible and fun way to get practical advice from global experts in evaluation. Hear about why and how the series was developed and find out about the latest episode.
On Thursday 8 March, Seattle-based Keith McCandless and Fisher Qua from Liberating Structures led an immersive workshop at the Health Foundation.
Ahead of the Q Liberating Structures workshop in March, Q talks to founder Keith McCandless about how managers, leaders and front line workers at all levels can organise themselves to make decisions, address opportunities and problems, and shape the future together.
The Wessex Academic Health Care Network set about connecting with the local Q community through a webinar – ‘Reflection and Movement’.
A live blog from the National Q Community Event encouraging members to explore ways of doing things differently to make positive changes to health and care. Get involved by commenting on the blog or via twitter @theQcommunity #Qevent2017
Using Co-production to show people with neurological conditions - and the organisation - the outcome from Vocational Rehab intervention
Organisations such as Creative Minds - who are working with the Q Lab - are showing us just how powerful peer support (and creativity) can be.
A growing menu of options for you to connect, share, collaborate and more - take a look, and get involved...
Noah Curthoys, Senior Partner at The Democratic Society, tell us about their work to create a new knowledge management system for the Q Community and invites you to input into the design.
This is a personal reflection on the event, and the story behind forming the Improvers Network.
Listening is crucial to the bottom up, new power rebalancing of the NHS and Q could be central to this.
The Q team have found it helpful to think about learning by breaking it down into three distinct areas: individual learning, learning together and engaging others in learning. Which level of involvement and support is right for you?
We are looking for a small group of volunteers to help guide and support the development of a knowledge management system for Q.
Communities both virtual and otherwise provide new opportunities and connections for people, and they are on the up! At least that’s what it feels like. Whether it’s sharing holiday homes or baby clothes, sharing something even small and tangible can become a gateway to deeper learning.
Penny Pereira - Programme Director for Q - introduces the new site for this rapidly growing community.
We thought we’d share some comments from founding members: as a welcome to the community’s new members and also to give an idea of what it feels like to be part of Q.