The Improvement and Innovation Show - Do we need to Change the way we Change?
Is the Change playbook that leaders and strategists are using out of date? Does the rise of digital and the promise of Big Data and Machine Learning promise to revolutionise the way we collect and measure data? Have we entered a era where experts can no longer be trusted to ask the right questions and devise solutions that work in today's market?
Join us on Wednesday January 18th at 11am ET / 4pm GMT as we speak to Brenton Harder, Head of Business Productivity Improvment at BNY Mellon. We'll discuss the state of the Change and Transformation Industry and how to leverage new technologies and strategies to deliver lasting improvement in the 21st Century workplace.
Broadcast over YouTube Live, the Improvement and Innovation Show is hosted by panellists David Howells and David Bovis. Every month the panel are joined by guests from businesses actively involved in the latest innovation and improvement programmes and projects.
Viewers can join the conversation by commenting on our chat stream on YouTube Live or on Twitter using #iandishow.
Our Guests and Panel:
Brenton Harder is Head of Business Productivity Improvement at BNY Mellon. With decades of experience gained from building and leading business transformations in a range of industries across the globe, Brent’s command of operations, process, digital and quality has seen him drive transformations in organisations ranging in size from start-ups to multi-billion dollar Global 100 corporations.
David Howells is MD of Pacific, an international executive search firm operating out of London, New York and Sydney. With a background in economics and marketing, David specialises in managing search projects in the fields of Operational Management, Performance Improvement and Re-engineering, PMI, Restructuring and Turnaround.
David Bovis is MD of Duxinaroe, a change management consultancy firm based in the UK. David has spent over 20 years leading change across Europe, developing world-class manufacturing, Lean and Six Sigma programs and studying psychology and neuroscience to deliver a deeper understanding of organisational culture and performance.