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  Change Management: Blueprint for Better
7th July 2015, America Square Conference Centre, London

cmwb2.jpg We have 2 places remaining for the Change Management: Blueprint for Better conference.  To ensure you don't miss out on this fully confirmed conference register your place today, alternatively you can contact Luke Boulter on the number below.

Change Management: Blueprint for Better will help individuals learn from highly accomplished practitioners with invaluable knowledge and experience of leading innovative change initiatives at both local and national scale. Delegates will receive practical advice and inspiration from a range of real-life examples from all sectors to help lead on change management and service improvement.

Don't miss out, you can secure your place today - Click here to register

Aim of the Conference:

This conference aims to analyse how change happens, identifying the impacts and outcomes of different strategies and helping delegates to come to some conclusions about the right approach for them. Through a series of case studies and discussion sessions, the programme will look at key thinking around change management and service transformation.

Dr Steve Reeve, Institute of Change Management, Brighton Business School

Lord Mawson, Independent Cross Bench Peer

Melanie Franklin, Co-Chair, Change Management Institute UK

Kim Wylie, Global Change and Transformation Lead, Google

Nigel Baker, Certified Scrum Trainer, Scrum Alliance

Martin Clarke, Head of Programme Management, Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Ltd

Jayne Bratton, Managing Director, Bratton Training

Michelle Brailsford, Co-Founder and Principal Consultant, Jupiter Consulting Group

Rob Francis, Fellow, OPM

Sue Evans, Head of HR and Organisational Development, Warwickshire County Council

Barry Pirie, Director, People and Business, Wiltshire Council

Perry Timms, Founder and Director, PTHR

Hear examples of how to successfully lead, manage and implement change.

Reinforce the importance of excellent communication.

Get tips for how to overcome cultural and organisational resistance to change.

Gain a better understanding of how to transform ways of working, improve decision-making and reduce risk.

Learn how large scale service transformations have been managed and how these lessons can be applied in your own workplace.

If you would like to know more about this event, please click here for more details and to register your place - alternatively, reply to this email and we will come back to you as soon as possible.


Luke Boulter
Head of Delegate Sales

Open Forum Events
0161 376 9007

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