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Change management: Elixir or snake oil?
Thu 13 July 2017, 09:30 – 12:45 BST
There is no shortage of change management advice available to organisations these days. Some is light-touch, enabling and appreciative and some is large scale, directive and - in the worst cases - exploitative. Of course, there are many models that sit between these extremes, but it can be hard to pick the models or theories of change which are best suited to your organisations specific context and to assess what external support to commission and what can only be delivered internally. This event will act as a 'buyers guide' to change management and OD support, bringing to bear both the expertise of IES and the experiences of participants.
Topics we will cover include:
- current trends in OD theory and practice;
- a buyer's guide to OD consultants; and
- innovations in OD practice with examples and an analysis of their impact.
The programme for this event will be made available soon.
Lunch will be provided.
Who should attend?
HR professionals, OD specialists, line managers.
How will you/your organisation benefit from this event?
Come to this event to gain new ideas on OD and fresh ideas on how OD can be implemented more effectively in your organisation.
This event will be facilitated by Professor Stephen Bevan, Head of HR Research Development, Institute for Employment Studies
Stephen has conducted research on high-performance work practices, employee reward strategy, staff engagement and retention, and 'good work'. Stephen is an advisor to a number of UK government departments and has advised employers and policymakers in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Australasia and North America.
HR Network member tickets (find out more):
Full member: Free
Associate member: £120 (+VAT)
Flex member: £150 (+VAT)
Non-member: £190 (+VAT)
Disclaimer: Please note that photography and videos may be taken at this event and these images may be used in promotional material by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES). By attending, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on IES promotional materials. Please contact Gwen Leeming if you would prefer IES not to use your image for promotional materials.