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In part 3 of 5 from Neil Roden about planning and executing for Brexit change, Neil looks at how the length of the negotiation process will impact the outcomes of Brexit and the complications...
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The BTN is partnering with the TechLawHub Meetup group to offer members the chance to attend a free meetup about Scaleups & Corporates.
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, as part of our Fourth Industrial Revolution series.
The focus of the event will be on the current developments within the UX landscape and will look at how the role of UX designers will drastically change in the next 10 years.
Ignite style talks will be held on the following 3 topics:
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Following on from Andrew Fox's recent article about the potential impact HR leaders could be making in their business through becoming "genuine key contributors to organisations".
Navigating a transformation programme is no mean feat and whilst technical and business skills are of paramount importance, the softer side of change should never be overlooked.
Major change programmes often span over a period of at least 2 years sometimes longer but what can you do to prepare yourself and your team for the challenges that will inevitably present themselves during the journey?
Emma Krygier is a people & performance consultant. She has a wealth of experience working within the HR industry, most recently she has worked as Director of Engagement & Training at EE.
In this video, Emma talks about the function of an HR department and its main pitfalls. She goes on to discuss whether the HR function of an organisation is truly an expert in leadership and people.
I’ve found that workforce metrics is an area within HR, which whenever possible is given to a data analyst while HR practitioners stand back and admire. I sometimes think it’s like watching a fire eater, not to be tried without the pre-requisite training and supervision. Yet, HR is increasingly under pressure to prove the validity of HR through the use of HR metrics. Metrics are increasingly expected from all departments within organisations so HR isn’t an exception.
Jeff Bakes is the Reward & Recognition Leader for Central and Eastern Europe at PwC. He has a wealth of HR reward experience in various organisations including Network Rail, A. P. Moller Maersk, First Data and BG Plc.
Jeff has a wealth of experience in transformation and in PwC has focused specifically on an international change program looking at performance and pay. Thus, in this video Jeff talks about the challenges faced in this particular transformation project and how it has been communicated out to the ever changing employee population at PwC.
Vanessa is a leading Business Change professional within the Financial services industry. Vanessa has led change programmes at some of the world's major banks and financial institutions. She also spearheads a number of women in the city initiatives through her "We are the City" brand.
In this video Vanessa discusses the way in which she assists women and young professionals to reach their career ambitions through "We are the City" and what the future plan is for this initiative.
Linda has over 22 years of HR experience across a range of industries and has been Group HR Director for several large global organisations including Yell.com, EE (Orange and T Mobile), Serco and Williams Lea.
Although a generalist, she specialises in Organisation Design, Change Management and Engagement, taking a metric driven approach. Linda has extensive experience in company turnarounds, business transformation, mergers and reorganisations.
Martin is a senior Quality and Operational Excellence Leader across a number of industries including Manufacturing, FMCG and Power. He has delivered significant savings to many global organisations.
In this exclusive interview, Martin shares his views on how to initiate change and improvement projects, the reasons for failure and how to engage stakeholders.
Valerie joined Amey in 2009 as group HR director and has been responsible for developing and delivering the group HR and HSEA strategy through a period of significant growth from 8,000 to 12,000 employees.
Prior to joining Amey, she was group HR director for Steria based in Paris with global responsibility for 20,000 employees. She joined Steria in 2007 as a result of the acquisition of Xansa by Steria and was responsible for merging the two organisations.
The TTN Committee would like to say a BIG thank you to Simon Hollins for his presentation at The Hospital Club in London on 25th April.
For those of you who were unable to make the event, here's a 10 minute edited version of Simon's presentation. We hope you find this of interest.
For information about the next FREE TTN event please click on 'Events' at the top of this page.
Article from Recruiter, February 2013, By Sue Weekes
The recruitment firm Annapurna HR is taking its specialist professional networks into Europe. Managing partner James Ballard told Recruiter it will begin by launching theTechnology Transformation and HR Transformation Networks in Germany, and itsBusiness Transformation Network and will follow.