Business Perspectives event: Change Management Masterclass 1

“Putting it into practice: the acid test of strategic change”

Thursday, 11 July 2013. DoubleTree by Hilton, Tower of London.

cc by marsmetn tallahasseeThe OUBS is delighted to announce the fourth event in the Business Perspectives series – a Change Management Masterclass. Led by David Wilson, Professor in Organisation Studies and Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship at The Open University Business School, the event will explore change implementation and what brings about the best and worst from individual and organisational performance, during periods of alteration.

Joining David will be Phil Smith, CEO of Cisco UK & Ireland who will share his professional expertise and outlook on change management.

Also contributing will be Dr Ben Hardy, Lecturer in Management at The Open University Business School, plus we’ll hear from other inspiring speakers from industry who will share real and relevant business insights into this topic.

The masterclass will blend presentations with group activities and Q&A sessions enabling participants to take practical tools and techniques back to their own professional environments, allowing you to improve your own change management processes and abilities.

The full programme will be announced in the coming weeks, however, you can visit our website to register your interest or to book a place.

We would also like to hear your view on this topic: if you would like to write a blog, please express your interest by filling in the form below. We will get back in touch with editorial guidelines as soon as we hear from you.

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