Mutuals require clarity and guidance to change the public sector landscape, says Reform

By David Bicknell

There’s an illuminating piece written by Will Tanner from Reform on Conservative Home Comment all about mutualisation and why the development of new vehicles for public service delivery and the proliferation of employee ownership models of organisation promises a step-change in the productivity, efficiency and user satisfaction of public services.

But for mutuals to revolutionise the way in which services are delivered, says Tanner, there needs to be direction and support around the frameworks, culture and expertise needed for their success and clarity over commissioning and competition in the public service landscape.

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