Hilary  Barnard

Hilary Barnard


Hilary Barnard is a charity consultant who addresses the broad range of strategy and change needs of organisations.

His consultancy assignments include a senior management review of In Control; a strategic review of Social Perspectives Network (mental health); a ‘change programme’ for Department of Health to embed Valuing People principles and practice; evaluation of the Income Generation NSS workstream; and a governance review of British Trust for Conservation Volunteers. He also provided policy and project management services to the Children’s Workforce Network, a cross-sectoral alliance working with Government on workforce reform to secure the five Every Child Matters outcomes.

He is a former charity chief executive and has served as a board member of metropolitan Housing Trust.

He is an external examiner for the postgraduate voluntary and community studies programme at Birkbeck College and has taught strategy and performance measurement and evaluation for the Open University Business School.


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How to create consortia

How can voluntary sector consortia achieve both organisational and financial sustainability? Hilary Barnard and John Gillespie provide some pointers.

Happy Birthday Big Society (I think)

Two years in, Kirsty Weakley is still trying to figure out what Big Society is.

Measuring up using the balanced scorecard

Hilary Barnard and Ruth Lesirge explain how a balanced scorecard can help charities realise their vision for the future.

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