The Hague hospitals and elderly care organisations - as in the rest of the Netherlands - are facing rising labour market shortages in the care sector. Traditional ways of recruitment do not offer solace. Stichting Maitrie, a non-profit foundation, wants to help with this by deploying status holders with a care background and non-EU staff with a care background in The Hague care institutions for a longer period of time. Stichting Maitrie needed a business plan and business case to get from concept to project.
What do you see as the success factors to achieve this impact?
- Rapid identification and analysis of information and interests from multiple stakeholders to arrive at a business plan and business case within 1 week;
- Structured mapping of the process lines needed to arrive at a project and realisation phase;
- Sharp eye for risks and change management in the approach.
What concrete impact have you realised?
Delivering a business plan and business case for setting up a project to deploy status holders with a care background and non-EU staff with a care background, for a longer period of time, in The Hague care institutions. This also includes (re)training, integration, onboarding and housing.
What approach/role did you (and your team) play in this process?
Aileen provided a structure and advice for collaboration, governance, stakeholder management and operationalising the ambition of Stichting Maitrie. Thomas delivered a business plan and business case to clarify what funding is needed to realise the ambitions.