The Henley Forum Annual Conference: Activating Organisational Dynamics
Power up your knowledge, learning and change work
Organisations that activate and integrate the dynamics of organisational knowledge, learning and change are the ones that will survive and thrive in challenging and rapidly changing conditions.
This 2-day conference focuses on the challenge of activating organisational dynamics. It brings together thoughtful practitioners and practical academics from across knowledge management, learning and performance and the Organisation Development (OD) and change communities to share ideas and experiences.
Through a range of speaker and workshop sessions, participants will develop new actionable insights to power up their knowledge, learning and change work – helping them to develop more dynamic organisations.
Conference participants come from a range of sectors and functions. As well as offering excellent opportunities for networking, it offers much greater potential for developing new thinking. This conference is always popular. To secure your place at the Early Bird price of £950 + VAT for both days, or £575 + VAT for one day book online by 31 January 2017.
Take a look at the current line up of speakers and what they will be talking about:
- Activating Organisational Change Dynamics, Prof Cliff Oswick, Chair in Organisation Theory, Cass Business School, City University
- Organisational Learning – The Magnificent Seven, Chris Collison, Knowledgeable Ltd
- Vertical Leadership Development, Jo Hennessy, Hennessy Consulting
- The Future of KM is OD, John Hovell, Head of Organisation Development, BAE Systems
- Leading Change: a contact sport, Justin Hughes, MD, Mission Excellence
- Technostress, Johnny Jensen, Head of Contract Management, Nordea Bank AB
- Technostress, Prof Jane McKenzie, Professor of Management Knowledge and Learning, Henley Forum
- Changing culture with storytelling and cartoons, Jane Piper, Founder and CEO, Pipsy GmbH
- Finding balance between content and process, Katrina Pugh, Academic Director, Columbia University
- Coaching for Engagement and Wellbeing in Organisational Settings, Dr Christian van Niewerburgh, Associate Professor of Coaching within the Centre for Coaching and Behavioural Change, Henley Business School
- Henley Forum Research, Dr Christine van Winkelen, Associate Faculty, Henley Forum
- Navigating the maze, Dr Sharon Varney, Director, Henley Forum
- Vertical Leadership Development, Mike Vessey, MDV Consulting