Spreading good practice – a structured exchange

The event will be held in Trinity House, Trinity Square, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DH on 1 July 2010

A principal purpose of CRF is to identify and spread good practice. While academics and experts can offer valuable insights, significant learning can be gained from analysis and discussion of the experience of other practitioners. Here are three examples of how business needs were met - with measurable benefits - by practices that which will stand transfer to other organisations.

Who is it for?

HR practitioners involved in learning, change and assessment who are interested to discuss examples of good practice that have added real value.

Overview

A principal purpose of CRF is to identify and spread good practice. While academics and experts can offer valuable insights, significant learning can be gained from analysis and discussion of the experience of other practitioners. Here are three examples of how business needs were met - with measurable benefits - by practices that which will stand transfer to other organisations.

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Each case study session will involve presentations, followed by roundtable discussions where participants can debate the strengths and any limitations, and question the presenters on the substance of the case study. We will identify learning points and summarise these for members.

Gifford Tanser, HR Director, Boehringer Ingelheim

This successful German pharmaceutical company has a traditional yet professional approach to managing people. A challenge it faces is building the appetite and capability for change in advance of any pressing need to do so.

Guy Eccles, HR Director, Screwfix

Screwfix has to develop an increasing number of successors for key managers due to its rapid expansion. This session will focus on practical steps that really work in enhancing the capability of critical talent, and measuring outcomes and processes.