Innovation: Charting the Territory for HR

Friday 20 May 2011, 08:45
Lancaster University Management School

HR has to tackle what is a multi-layered problem. If it is to respond to the challenge of innovation, it will need to move beyond some current (one could say outdated) accepted principles, and develop a more sophisticated understanding of the challenges associated with managing innovative performance under a number of different organisational models.

This inspirational lecture delivered by Professor Paul Sparrow, voted amongst the Top 15 Most Influential HR Thinkers by Human Resources Magazine and David McNerney Executive Director, Human Resources, Sellafield Limited will enable you to:  

  • Improve your management of innovation, a necessity in the current economic climate
  • Explore what is required in terms of leadership, organisation and people management to create the right team climate for Innovation
  • Understand the key role that HR plays in orienting your organisation and its people to an innovation mindset
  • Examine the barriers to HR success within Sellafield and consider what SMEs can learn

For further details and to book onto this event please click here

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