Change Management Forum
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Change management and leadership are key practical issues facing organizations today, in both the private and public sector, while it is also an area of increasing academic interest.
The purpose of the Forum is to provide a venue where ‘thinking practitioners’ and ‘applied academics’ can come together to exchange ideas and knowledge.
Our aim is pragmatic in that we seek to promote more effective change and leadership at work through dialogue and discussion.
2nd May 2013
"Sport, not Transport" - Why and how the 2012 Games transport doomsters were proved wrong.
Sir Peter Hendy, Commissioner of Transport for London, will be speaking on ‘Running the Olympics on Time : reflections and lessons on 2012’ download flyer
6:00pm - 8.30pm
Contact Merwyn Manson for more information.
How does it work?
The Forum meets four times a year at the School of Management on a Thursday evening. Themed presentations are either given by an academic reporting research and or new ideas, a practitioner relaying experiences of managing & leading change, or a combination of a practitioner and academic working together.
All sessions are given under Chatham House rules and what is said is not reported so that a full and frank exchange of views is encouraged.
Membership can be corporate or individual and is open to those who have a genuine interest in managing and leading change. Around 30 different organizations are usually represented at any one meeting with representation from both the private and public sector, ranging from the financial services to the NHS.
Corporate members include:
- HBOS plc
- Lloyds TSB
- Axa Sunlife
- GE Healthcare