I can’t resist a little alliteration. This week’s title comes from Louise Atkinson’s post about considering her work for her PhD and describing her practice as an artist collector; Kevin McGinley’s contribution to the new Taysidehealth blog on communication between members of a family when one of them needs to stay in hospital and how digital technology can help; and Karen Hart has been decluttering again, and thinking as she sifted through her collection of books.
The Good Practice Exchange at the Wales Audit Office starts a series about the winners and those nominated in the All Wales Continuous Improvement Community Awards with one about the Ministry of Justice’s Shared Services and why they won the ‘Delivering Results – Doing it Better’ category.
Shona Robison, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport in the Scottish Government, looks back on 2014 and forward to 2015 on the Ayrshirehealth blog.
Finally, the feature photo for this week’s summaries is one of my own photos of young foxes in my garden but I do recommend having a look at Mark Braggins’ much better photographs of foxes in his post this week. My favourite was the fox doing an excellent impression of a bird. I have never seen anything like it before!
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Summary of week 2 posts
Ministry of Justice: Continuous Improvement and Delivering Results by Caroline Phillips, the Ministry of Justice on Good Practice Exchange at the Wales Audit Office blog.