Leading sustainable change in organisational ecosystems.

Speaker

Gary Lloyd MBA, BSc, CEng, CITP, MBCS, Head Gardener, Gardeners not Mechanics

Agenda

18:25 - Join the webinar with your connection details
18:30 - Webinar starts with BCS & CMI/IC notices
18:40 - Speaker’s presentation, questions & discussion
20:00 - Webinar ends

Synopsis

It's never been more evident that we live and work within an ecosystem of individuals, groups and organisations. It's little wonder that sustainable change is elusive. But whether it's as significant as a Brexit or as personal as finding a job, the obstacles to change are surprisingly similar. Perhaps more surprisingly, the solutions are also similar.

This webinar will equip you with a simple tool that will enable you and your clients, to embrace the unpredictability of ecosystems, not try to control it. Gary will explain why received wisdom is doomed to failure and how you can think and act differently, for changes large and small. The webinar is based on Gary’s forthcoming book, Gardeners not Mechanics: how to cultivate change at work.

About the speaker

Gary LloydGary Lloyd helps organisations make sustainable change, using an approach that combines: Lean Project Management; Behavioural Science; Design Thinking and solid Programme Management practice. He is a highly experienced consultant, coach, trainer and author, and is a successful speaker at conferences and training events. Gary is an executive coach and mentor at the prestigious Warwick Business School.

CPD Credits: This event counts for two hours towards your CPD. More information is available at www.bcs.org/cpd

Event Recording: Whenever possible events will be recorded and loaded onto the BCS web site and the BCS YouTube channel for subsequent viewing by Consultancy Specialist Group members, other BCS members and the general public, to meet the Institute’s Royal Charter commitments.

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Webinar: Gardeners not Mechanics: How to cultivate change at work
Date and time
10 November, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location


Webinar
Price
Free