- April 1, 2021
- Posted by: R
- Category: Videos
In these short videos, CT Partners – Greg Campbell, Sue Harvey, David Williams, Radojka Miljevic and James Tickell – discuss what’s next for housing associations over the next 12 months. Watch below.
1: Changing places: Meeting new customer and community demands
Greg Campbell, Campbell Tickell Partner, explores what changing employee, customer and resident expectations will mean for housing associations in a post-pandemic world.
2: Finance, risk & assurance considerations for housing associations
Sue Harvey, Campbell Tickell Partner, considers how the long-term economic impacts of the pandemic are going to play out, as well as what governance issues boards needs to keep a close eye on over the coming 12 months.
3: Housing sector consolidation: shifting motivations
Here, David Williams, Campbell Tickell Partner, discusses how motivations for housing consolidation have shifted over the past year from driving organisational efficiency, to improving overall resilience.
4: What’s next for housing associations? Shifts in governance
CT Partner, Radojka Miljevic shares her observations on shifts in governance over the past year, and what organisations need to be thinking about. Radojka touches on three key areas: the strategic independence of boards; the rising importance of culture; and transparency around decision-making.
5: What’s next for housing associations? Shifts in governance
CT Partner, James Tickell discusses how organisational culture has changed in the space of a year and how housing associations can create a positive culture.
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