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In the latest video for the BTN, as part of our partnership with the Association for Business Psychology (ABP), Paul Teuton (Senior Principal at Daggerwing Group) speaks about his recent ABP award...
In the latest video for The BTN with a focus on Process, Andrew Johnson speaks about the importance of humans in the digital transformation process.
Andrew, a business improvement...
In the latest video for the BTN, Warwick Taws (CTO at Wittra) speaks about indoor positioning and unified networks.
Warwick has extensive expert knowledge about unified networks through his...
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This BTN event will be hosted by Anton Fishman (HR, OD, capability and culture specialist) and will look into the impact of AI and Deep Learning on organisations and the future of work.
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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.
In einem exklusiven Interview für das BTN spricht Björn Minkmar, Head of Strategic Business bei Wer liefert Was? GmbH, über die Herausforderungen und Chancen, vor denen der deutsche Mittelstand aktuell steht. Minkmar geht auf die fundamentalen Veränderungsprozesse ein, die durch die Digitalisierung hervorgerufen wurden und erläutert wie Unternehmen darauf reagieren sollten.
Pitfalls to avoid and IT project delivery best practice to improve the chances of successful management of IT investments
Successful IT project delivery could benefit from an analogy so CIOs, CTOs and senior IT leaders can communicate with the Board of Directors and executive management the best approaches to managing major IT investments.
Interim HR Transformation Programme Manager, London, Retail, £1K/day
A leading private sector organisation are looking for an Interim HR Transformation Programme Manager, to oversee the implementation of their new SAAS solution. The role will be split between London and the Midlands, and will be for an initial 12 months.
The successful candidate will possess previous experience of managing large Transformation Programmes, ideally involving the implementation of either Workday, Oracle Fusion or SAP Success Factors, however other Cloud solutions would be considered.
In this role, you will be responsible for the following:
- Owning the delivery plan of the Programme from a business perspective
- Managing the HR Business Process Owner, IT Delivery Lead, Change Lead and SI Partner, and holding them accountable for their respective deliverables across the Programme
- Managing the risk, issues, and governance across the Programme
- Ensuring that the business and technological change is delivered on-time, to budget and provides for the achievement of its objectives
You must possess excellent stakeholder management and communication skills, and will have worked across large, complex organisations and with high profile brands.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a market leading organisation on one of the highest profile HR Transformation Programmes to date.
For more information please contact Sam Filler - email@example.com or call 0203 031 2468.
Bernadette Bourke (Founder at Shine Performance Management) has extensive experience in the learning and development space and uses her in-depth knowledge to look at how training in a business environment works.
In this exclusive video for the HRTN, Bernadette looks at the methodology of training and what do we know about adults in a business environment, before looking at how the brain learns best and finally how exactly we learn.
In this exclusive video for the HRTN, Ian Johnston focuses on organisational design and effectiveness. Ian uses his extensive experience to analyse what skilled organisational design looks like, how to deliver this successfully within a company before he considers the learning values in his career through delivering this.
Ian examines why the skill set has become such a rarity in HR and finally the importance of why HR should keep control of these tasks as opposed to outsourcing or being embraced by an alternative department.
Great ideas, people and discussions with one of the most diverse audiences we have yet seen at our TTN events. Strategists to Designers, CEO’s to developers, all shared the same goal: to create new value.
When over 40 people met at the Design Offices in Munich, they gathered not just to be inspired by the talk of Daniel Egger about the Future of Innovation Labs, but also to discuss their experiences in breakout sessions.