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Using external resources to target specific gaps in expertise can help to maintain momentum though there are always difficulties with both securing the funds to use external help and in implanting external advisors into complex organizational contexts. Looking beyond the narrow confines of your own organizational setting can offer both sources of reassurance and inspiration. The NHS managers in this project derived real benefits from full and frank discussions with colleagues in other public and private sector organizations.
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