President’s Forum



These are examples of the speakers that Society has attracted over the past decade.

SpeakerForum Issue
Dr David Grieves, British SteelRestructuring to Survive
Dr John Ashworth, LSEManaging a Workforce in Rapid Change
Sir James Ackers, West Midlands RHAProblems & Pitfalls of Managing Change
Roy Williams, BP ChemicalsPositioning Organisations for Success
Charlotte Chambers, YSC LtdNo Change Without Learning
Sir Bob Reid, British Rail & ShellManaging Change within BR & Shell
Kevan Hunt, British Coal CorporationMotivation in a Downsizing Environment
John Hougham CBE, ACASA View of Evolving Change Processes
Rodney Buse, W H SmithCustomer Influence on Organisation Change
Lesley Sutherland, TGWU (Scotland)Trade Unions Role in Achieving Change
John S Leggate, BP Exploration CoThe Next Level of Business Performance
Genie Turton, Citizens Charter OfficePublic Services
Eric Caines, University of NottinghamWhat Price the HR Professional of the Future
Geoff Armstrong, CIPDReflections on the Management of Change
Ann Grinstead, IBM (UK) LtdThe Triggers for Change
Margaret Salmon, BBCRemodelling Auntie
John Monks, TUCThe TU Role in Change Management
Terry Morgan, British Aerospace plcLiving The Values
Mike Kinski, Stagecoach Holdings plcManagement of Change
Stephen Connock, Institute of Customer ServiceAchieving Service Leadership
Sir Richard Wilson, Secretary to the CabinetModernising Government
Graham Slight, Burton Brewery Managing Change
Will Hutton, The Work FoundationThe Future of Work
John Ormerod, Andersen UKOrganisation in Crisis: Challenge for Leadership
Andrew Campbell, AshridgeMaking Organisation a Source of Advantage
Prof. Harry Scarbrough, Warwick Business SchoolMeasuring Human Capital
Paul Kirby, Cabinet OfficeReforming Government – success and failure
David Guest, King’s College, LondonHuman Resource Management and Performance