Improving performance to transform organisations

Frank O’Dea, Partner with EY, who leads the firm’s Performance Improvement practice in Ireland discusses with Owen McQuade how large scale transformation projects can transform Ireland’s public sector and private businesses. The business landscape in Ireland has changed considerably over the last two years, and our economy is now enjoying stronger levels of growth. EY’s Frank O’Dea sees a bright future ahead as organisations look to capitalise on a more favourable economic climate. “Intensifying investment is helping to drive the domestic economy,...[full story]

Election 2016

Election 2016

The votes have been cast and the results are in. General...[full story]

Electoral strategies

The election was Fine Gael’s to lose and they almost...[full story]

Winners and losers

eolas highlights some of the most prominent winners...[full story]

The importance of transfers?

In any election that uses the Single Transferable Voting...[full story]

Forming a government

A discussion of the potential avenues available in...[full story]

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Roundtable discussion

Digitising government

Abtran hosted a round table discussion on the key aspects...[full story]

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eolas issue

A strong recovery

eolas looks at the International Monetary Fund’s fourth post-program monitoring discussion with Ireland which highlights strong economic growth...[full story]

A colossus of the legal world

Adam Morton takes a look back at the life of Supreme Court Judge Justice Adrian Hardiman. Erudite, forthright and sometimes outspoken, Justice Adrian...[full story]

NAMA controversy grows

The National Asset Management Agency and the Department of Finance have criticised a report published by a committee of the Northern Ireland Assembly...[full story]

Fixing Ireland’s water services

Ervia explains how a well funded public utility is crucial to fix Ireland’s broken water services. Jerry Grant of Irish Water is emphatic on the...[full story]

PeoplePoint is contact centre of the year

At the 2015 Irish Customer Contact & Shared Services Awards, HR and pensions administrator PeoplePoint was recognised as the contact centre of...[full story]

Child homelessness on the rise

A coalition of children’s welfare organization’s has revealed that child homelessness has almost doubled in the past year. Figures published...[full story]


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Infrastructure and urban regeneration

Boosting the economy

Iarnród Éireann is ready to play its part in ensuring Ireland has an effective public transport system.  Think...[full story]

Future outlook for Irish PPP market

Brian Murphy, Director of the National Development Finance Agency (NDFA), talks to Owen McQuade about...[full story]

Euroconstruct conference comes to Dublin

European construction prospects in a low interest rate environment   The European construction market...[full story]

Making roads safer

The former Secretary General of the International Transport Forum, Jack Short argues that the extent...[full story]

Managing flood risks

Eoin O’Neill discusses the behavioural dimensions that will need to be considered in order to equip...[full story]

Electricity to power the EU decarbonisation agenda

Writing for eolas, Eurelectric’s Secretary General, Hans ten Berge outlines how the European power...[full story]

Investing in Cork and Kerry

While much of the focus in infrastructure is in the east and Dublin, DPER has published an overview of...[full story]

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Healthcare and pharmaceutical report

Delivering an electronic health record

Writing for eolas, the Health Service Executive’s Chief Information Officer Richard Corbridge explains...[full story]

Where to now for health?

University College Cork’s Brian Turner reflects on the current status of Ireland’s health system...[full story]

A Vision for the Future of Pharmacy Practice

Damhnait Gaughan, Acting Registrar of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland, discusses the potential...[full story]

A primary care facility at work

Adam Morton visits Darley Health centre in Cavan to find out how its Primary Care Team’s coordinated...[full story]

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Cybersecurity report

Preparing for Industrial Espionage

In December 2015 the lights went out across parts of...[full story]

Keeping Ireland cyber secure

An overview of the National Cyber Security Strategy. Launched...[full story]

How safe is your data?

eolas highlights the growing prevalence of cyber attacks...[full story]

Responding to the growing cyber threat

The Head of UCD’s Centre for Cybersecurity and Cybercrime...[full story]

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Single procurement document launched

The recently launched European Single Procurement Document (ESPD) will make it easier for SMEs to compete...[full story]

The implications of Brexit

Tom Healy, Director of the Nevin Economic Research Institute considers the potential ramifications of...[full story]

Delivering the next generation of communication technology

The EU and Brazil have signed an agreement to cooperate in the development 5G networks. The EU and Brazil...[full story]

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eolas public affairs

The importance of Leaders’ debates

Theresa Reidy examines the role Leaders’ debates play in the outcome of elections.  The 2016 general...[full story]

The case for an electoral commission

A recent report by the Joint Oireachtas Committee on the Environment, Culture and the Gaeltacht sets...[full story]

Proposal to establish suicide prevention authority launched

Registered suicide prevention charity Turn the Tide on Suicide publishes draft legal Bill to establish...[full story]

Refocusing public procurement

Low paid, low hour jobs are damaging Ireland’s society warns ICTU’s Macdara Doyle. Mention of public...[full story]

Meet the Media – Sorcha Pollak

The Irish Time’s Sorcha Pollak discusses her love of people, journalism and music. How did you get...[full story]

Climate Challenges await incoming Government

Climate change may have not have been a focal point in the recent general election but some of the first...[full story]

The worrying rise of the precariat

Low paid, low hour jobs are damaging Ireland’s society warns Macdara Doyle. An expert group from the...[full story]

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