A talk on the importance of measuring organisational health
– with practical steps to do so
UWS Paisley Campus
Friday 31st January 2020 – 10am
The event is available to attend in person at Paisley Campus or through a webinar online. If you choose to attend via the webinar we will send you the appropriate link to join in a separate email before the event.
10am – Refreshments
10.30am – Welcome and introduction
10.40am – Transformation – Cardiac Arrest
11.30am – Question & Answer
11.50am – Closing Remarks & Information for Future Presentations
12noon – Network Event & Refreshments
1pm – Close
The presentation provides insight into what makes a ‘healthy’ organisation, why this is important and how it drives success. The speakers also offer a range of practical tools and suggest ways to apply them to your transformation programmes and projects.
What do we mean by organisational health?
The importance of organisational health and how it informs performance
How health builds a foundation for successful transformation
Practical tools to identify health in terms of:
o Alignment of vision with objectives and drivers
o The processes and operating model
o Building commitment through engagement
o Enabling adoption and measuring success
o How to create a road map to health, with practical tools to support.
HCL Technologies is a next-generation global technology company that helps enterprises reimagine their businesses for the digital age.
UWS provides the ultimate student and business experience with career-focused teaching, world-leading research, an international outlook and a far-sighted approach to technology and innovation
Alex Ford, HCL Technologies
Alex specialises in stakeholder engagement and communications, and brings a contemporary and innovative approach to change management. His approach balances creativity, passion, rigour and discipline. Alex has worked in the manufacturing, automotive and finance sectors.Suzanna Hunter, HCL
With experience in senior roles, both within Big 4 consultancies and as a Director of her own innovative Transformation business, Suzanna combines the rigour of the big firms with pragmatism. She has worked with organisations in the construction, utilities, facilities management, retail and hospitality sectors.