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In the first of The BTN's series of videos with the Association for Business Psychology winners, Ian McLaren Wallace discusses his submission around 'Archegyral Mapping: Transforming a Cultural...
In this video, Mignon Mappleback (a Global Programme Director) looks at the role of a programme director and how operating in an effective role has a positive impact on business results. Mignon...
He explains how technological advancements such as VR and 4K are affecting the IT industry with a particular focus on Sweden. Lastly, Göran gives insight into what he sees as the future of video...
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The BTN is partnering an event on Wednesday 18th at DAC Beachcroft - London City on attracting, retaining and developing top talent from school leavers, apprentices to experienced hires.
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Following on from the successful event on Thursday 24th November, this forum is here to continue the discussion around how not just to hire but also retain talent.
Following on from our very successful event in September, this post has been created to enable attendees to continue the discussions around attraction & retention, succession planning and build
Following on from the BTN's event on CX in a digital world, this post has been curated to continue the discussion and open it up to the wider community.
In this video, Mignon Mappleback (a Global Programme Director) looks at the role of a programme director and how operating in an effective role has a positive impact on business results. Mignon begins with looking at what defines an effective programme director and the importance around empowering your managers as opposed to hands-on management. She then looks at how change can be managed and the importance of being an effective story teller before delving from her own experience to analyse how businesses can directly help the leader deliver change at a director level.
In the first of The BTN's series of videos with the Association for Business Psychology winners, Ian McLaren Wallace discusses his submission around 'Archegyral Mapping: Transforming a Cultural Landscape'.
The video delves into Ian's submission and the presenting issue his client was facing. Ian then analyses what his approach to the issue was, what measurements were put it place to examine its impact before finally providing tips to anyone looking to use this process in the future.
He explains how technological advancements such as VR and 4K are affecting the IT industry with a particular focus on Sweden. Lastly, Göran gives insight into what he sees as the future of video streaming and how he is planning to face the upcoming challenges.
Göran Appelquist has +20 years of experience from the digital video industry and currently is Chief Technology Officer at Edgeware. Before Edgeware, he held management and executive positions at Digital Vision. Göran has a Ph.D. in physics from Stockholm University.
In this insightful video, Michael Baker delves into his experience in the HRIS world to look at how to get value out of your HRIS. Michael then looks at the impact of digitisation before starting to look at what the future holds for HRIS. Michael's statements are backed up with regular facts from the HR world and give added depth to some great pieces of information.
In the latest video for the Business Transformation Network, Joachim Hedenius looks at the future of technology with a particular focus within the healthcare sector.
Joachim analyses the state of technology within Sweden before giving some advice about how he would get a start-up off the ground. He scrutinises some of the challenges he has faced at starting a company within the health industry and how he overcame these challenges before giving some insight into what he believes is the future of technology and healthcare.
David talks through the culture change from identifying the issues, to beginning the transformation, the key stages in the process, how success is defined and the legacy of the program itself.
This insightful analysis into how effective leadership transformation can operate within a multi-national company is an excellent example to follow if you are looking at developing an effective culture change program.
In the latest exclusive video for the BTN, Bjorn Ovar Johansson concludes his conversation about why communication is critical for CIOs and gives some tips and tricks he continues to use as a way of improving the chance of success.
In part 2 of this series, Bjorn looks at the last of his 5 tips where he covers, 'Why is it so hard to tell others what you want to plan, do and did?', 'Addressing the board and the art of triangulation' and why 'Great CIOs are great storytellers'.
Part 1 was released last week and is a must watch to precede these tips:
In the latest exclusive video for the BTN, Bjorn Ovar Johansson opens up the conversation about why communication is critical for CIOs and gives some tips and tricks he continues to use as a way of improving the chance of success.
In part 1 of a 2 part series, Bjorn looks at his first 2 tips which are 'In-source a communication expert' and 'Build a performance focused IT organisation'. Do you agree with Bjorn? Should CIOs be great storytellers?
Part 2 will be released next week.
Amongst others, the written CV, the email, and then Linkedin, all disrupted recruitment methodology and process. Now video technology will be the next game changer for the recruitment industry.
There is no doubt.
Video is proliferating as a mainstream communications method both at home and within organisations, it is a matter of time before it becomes a mainstream recruitment tool.
Here are 5 reasons why:
On the evening of the 19th October, there was a gathering of CIO’s and other senior technology executives at a hotel in Soho to discuss and debate how organisations are shaping the experience of their customers in a digital world.
Major corporate, government and not-for-profit organisations were represented and given that wide experience base the conversations were far-reaching and illuminating.