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Whether a business succeeds or fails will likely be determined by how effectively it can deliver change.
Our next IMI Briefing which takes place on Tuesday, 20th November will look at how the magnitude, pace and persistence of change is such that organisations need to develop the capability for continuous, transformational change.
Date: 20th November 2012
Time: Registration: 18:00 | Briefing: 18:30 – 19:30 | Networking: 19:30
Venue: IMI Conference Centre, Sandyford, Dublin 16
Fee: IMI Corporate & Personal Members – Complimentary
IMI Alumni - €25 (payable in advance by credit card
Non Members - €75 (payable in advance by credit card)
Registration: Click here to register your interest and receive booking information
In these turbulent and highly uncertain economic times whether a business succeeds or fails will likely be determined by how effective it is at delivering change. Moreover the magnitude, pace and persistence of change is such that organisations need to develop the capability for continuous, transformational change.
Against this backdrop Tim Wray, IMI Associate Faculty and an expert on organisational change, argues that the thinking and models that have dominated change management for the last two decades, and that are used by many business leaders and consultants to deliver change, have become outdated and ineffective.
During this briefing Tim will describe a new change paradigm that challenges the "control mind-set" of those implementing change and enables widespread engagement at all levels to generate breakthrough strategies and real momentum for change.
Tim Wray is Principal Consultant at Clear Future Consulting a specialist change management consultancy and Associate Faculty at IMI.
Tim has more than 20 years experience as a practitioner, consultant and executive educator in all aspects of strategic change and organisation development with a particular focus on organisational communication and employee engagement.
A former Director of Executive Education at Nottingham University Business School in the UK, and the Irish Management Institute in Dublin, he has successfully delivered executive development programmes at senior levels for leading international companies in a range of sectors and has worked with the top teams of a number of large public sector organisations in both the UK and Ireland.
Prior to joining IMI Tim was Group Head of Internal Communications at Eircom plc. He consults extensively with senior teams on the design and implementation of change strategies that create widespread engagement at all levels of an organisation, generate breakthrough thinking and create momentum for change.