Amidst the balderdash, bureaucracy and blocking that passes for government these days, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and its Chair, Margaret Hodge MP, have become something of the nation's conscience. This week Margaret Hodge is reported by Third Sector magazine as suggesting the Charity Commission could be scrapped. At the very least she has said … Continue reading Time’s up for the Charity Commission as we know it. But I’m just a donor so what do I know.
The best advice I can give charity Boards of Trustees today is: lock up your chief executive because the Daily Telegraph is after them. The newspaper known for its successful probing of MP pay and expenses is now taking aim at charity CEOs. Specifically it has gone for the heads of the charities that make … Continue reading Lock up your charity CEO the Daily Telegraph is coming
At some point I shall steel myself to write a lengthier blog on the subject of evaluating research impact. Not least because it is a subject dominating the higher education press right now. However, this week the following report by Action Medical Research - one of our members - came across my desk. And I thought it … Continue reading Research Impact