Organisation Development, Culture and Change

CRF Community Event – OD, Culture and Change

  • Digital Events
  • June 23, 2021 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm UTC-1
  • United Kingdom

At the first event of the OD, Culture and Change Community, we defined those areas which require our attention and identified the need to explore tools for organisation analysis. In this interactive session, we are pleased to welcome Nick Holley and Peter Blausten, who will present their framework for organisation analysis. This will offer an approach which will enable you to focus your OD work on the most important and urgent activities. This session will also explore the barriers to making it work effectively in the real world.

The following paper will provide the basis for the discussion at the event.

This community is intended for experienced HR or OD professionals who are keen to share, discuss and compare their own challenges and successes with their peers.

The community will meet throughout the year to address topical issues and will stay connected via a WhatsApp group, regular updates and networking. Members of the community can stay informed with access to our webpage of curated content.

We look forward to having you join us in June.

Speakers

Peter Blausten

Associate Director, CRF

Peter Blausten is an independent Senior Advisor, supporting public and private sector organisations. He is a former consulting partner of Alvarez & Marsal LLP working with corporate and private equity clients. He was Group HR Director of BAA plc, the FTSE 30 international airports group, and Morgan Crucible, the FTSE 250 international advanced materials company. He has also worked as a consultant to private equity firms on major M&A and performance improvement assignments. His earlier HR career was in senior HR roles with Charles Schwab & Co, British Airways and Ford Motor Company. In the public sector, he was a member of the Civil Service Commission Board, and Commissioner for the Cabinet Office, and has a non-Executive board role with the House of Commons Independent Standards Authority. Other non-Executive roles have included Oakburn Properties plc, English Heritage, City University, and the IES. He is an Associate Director of the Corporate Research Forum.

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Nick Holley

Director, CRF Learning

Nick Holley as Director of CRF Learning has responsibility to provide development for HR teams and senior professionals. Prior to joining CRF, Nick spent 10 years at Henley Business School where he was a visiting professor and Director of the Centre for HR Excellence. He has developed and delivered HR capability programmes for organisations across the UK and Europe, and internationally.

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