Imagining the Future

Imagining the Future: leadership for change programme

Workshop summary report

Participants from the Imagining the Future Systems Leadership Community of Practice came together to take part in a follow-up day. They were joined by 35 systems leaders undertaking the NHS Leadership Academy's Intersect Programme.

Imagining the Future: public debate part two

Iriss.fm, episode 95

Jackie McLeod speaks about the importance of memory - linking past, present and future; Alison Urie tells us about the Distant Voices project; and Bob Hamilton speaks about the Common Good Awareness project.

Imagining the Future: public debate part one

Iriss.fm, episode 94

Alastair McIntosh, Scottish writer and academic speaks about the challenges of social justice, and Gehan Macleod, Director of the GalGael Trust focuses on the dilemmas for social services.

Imagining the future

What's next for Scotland's social services? An animated exploration.

This animation explores the technical, medical and cultural forces that will shape the future of care. Alex Chisholm is a man in his in his 70s with multiple conditions, poor diet and high alcohol consumption. We use episodes in his life to explore what care might look like in ten or fifteen years. We suggest that by 2025 there may be greater opportunities to offer older people richer, less isolated lives in which they are able to exercise more choice and control.

Imagining the Future: Workforce

The future social services workforce in Scotland 2025

Background

Aims and ambitions

Over the next 10-15 years there are likely to be significant changes both in the numbers requiring access to support and the strategies for responding to this.

Imagining the Future: Citizenship and Innovation

How innovation in social services can advance citizenship for all in Scotland

Change occurs when old patterns break down and new patterns begin to replace them. Change is not always good. In human affairs it is just as likely that people will react with fear, hatred or injustice to change. So the challenge is not just to change - but to change well - to innovate. If innovation means good change then this forces us to ask a further question - what is good?