How can we harness the full potential of Integrated Care Boards?


The PSC’s transformation team shares practical steps that NHS leaders can use to cultivate intrinsic motivation and unleash the full benefits of Integrated Care Boards.
In Part One of this article, The PSC looked at two key challenges in the transition from Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to ICBs – Cultural and Relational.
The PSC considered three principles of intrinsic motivation: Purpose, Mastery, and Autonomy, describing how these concepts can inform approaches to change management, helping to overcome these cultural and relational challenges.In this article, they apply these principles and develop practical steps to implement change using an ‘Integrated Interventions Framework’.

The PSC can develop practical steps to support senior leadership teams and managers to cultivate purpose, mastery and autonomy within ICBs; contributing to the culture and behaviours that enable genuine collaboration across the system.

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