Championing Continuous Improvement at Stockport Homes
Stockport Homes, an Investors in People Champion, has released a new case study today sharing how the framework has helped them to achieve continuous improvement.
Describing Investors in People as “enlightening, motivational, challenging, innovative and extraordinary”, the Arm’s Length Management Organisation (ALMO) started working with the framework to support their commitment to employee and organisational development.
“The [Investors in People] framework provides a range of good practice and development guidance and doesn’t restrict organisational development or innovation in its approach…
“Investors in People can really make a difference to your organisation but in order for this to happen you must be committed and open to the good practice within the framework – you need to put the effort and hard work in, then you will get the results!“
Stockport Homes manages 11,492 rented homes, 127 units of temporary accommodation and 329 leasehold homes on behalf of Stockport Council. This includes delivering a range of services to help manage and improve neighbourhoods, to support vulnerable people and to assist the Council discharge its legal obligations to people who need housing.
In addition, the ALMO owns and manages 65 homes as a result of its in-house property development activity.
The full case study for Stockport Homes is now available to download in the idg online case study library under ‘Housing’.
idg is the official partner for Investors in People in the North of England. For more information on Investors in People and how it can mean business for your organisation, please visit our website and get in touch.
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