Jericho is a consultancy committed to a better society and the common good.

We help organisations and leaders navigate to meaningful change. We have developed both a Theory and Practice of Change, together with new models of "trust", leadership and communications. We collaborate as a network of experts.

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Jericho Chambers

We work collaboratively to tackle complex and controversial issues, for both clients and society.

You can choose to work with individual or multiple Jericho partners, depending on the nature and scale of the challenges faced.

We are currently working on major programmes covering: Responsible Tax; the Future of Work is Human; the Digital Economy; Transport; Housing and the Built Environment; Future of the Professions; and The Caring Society.

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Brief in haste, repent at leisure

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on 21st March 2019

“I worry that intellectual rigour, and the time needed to think, has become unfashionable” Jan Gooding writes about her concern that intellectual rigour, and the time needed to think, has become unfashionable. Spending time and money questioning the brief leads to better defined objectives, and subsequently stronger execution and fewer marketplace regrets. Please read...

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What do we really mean by ‘care’?

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on 21st March 2019

The Adult Social Care sector is at a crossroads. Most of us are living longer, some not necessarily healthier...

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I’ve seen this movie before – Gavin Patterson Interview

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on 6th March 2019

The ex-CEO of BT spent an hour in conversation with Jericho Partner Matthew Gwyther discussing:- his leadership style and...

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Spring, in the land of Jericho…

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on 1st March 2019

The Future of Work is… Literary It was quite an event: the inaugural pop-up Literary Festival – created and...

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Frameworks to build a Better Britain: Scotland

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on 27th February 2019

The second in the series of articles and podcasts with BRE: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction...

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