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- 10 May 2017
- 18:00 - 20:30
- Leeds University
Corporate member ticket: £20.00
Member ticket: £20.00
Corporate employer ticket: £20.00
Non member ticket: £25.00
Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire branch
Brexit? What does it mean for your organisation?
Brexit…the ultimate change programme and one which could redefine the British way of life through its impact on a changing economic, political and perhaps, social environment. While the full impact on our lives remains to be understood, APM believes that organisations and businesses can start preparations to exploit the opportunities and potential benefits this change may present, in addition to pro-actively managing the risks we can anticipate, now that Article 50 has been triggered by the British Government.
Join us for this conference; the first in a series of four events, organised by the Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire (Y&NL) branch of the APM. In this Open Forum debate, facilitator Sarah Coleman, a change expert and editor of “Organisational Change Explained” now working at the Cabinet Office, and our expert panellists will draw from their own research, experience and environments, to discuss their perspective with our audience.
The panel is made up of business, public sector and academic interests in the Y&NL area. These are:
- Peter Jimack – Dean of Engineering, University of Leeds
- Annette Barker – Partner at KPMG and leading their Brexit strategy
- Andrew Kennedy – Head of Strategy, Military Air & Information, BAE Systems
- JC Townend – MD Consultancy Services – WYG
Delegates will also be given a copy of APMs briefing paper 'Brexit - The Great British Project?' at the event.
This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.
Details of other Brexit events
Event 2 will take place in York early July and will focus on 'how' organisations and the business community can prepare for the changes ahead with a number of practical and interactive sessions delivered by industry experts. This will be a half day event that will start at 12:30pm
Event 3 will take place in Sheffield during September and will be based on adopting and embedding lasting change. During the event, case studies of how organisations have responded to significant external changes and transformed their business to thrive in rapidly changing and challenging business environments.
The final event will take place in Leeds sometime in November and will look at sustaining change and reaping the benefits, The final event will be to bring the three events to a conclusion by investigating the lessons and common themes from the previous three.
APM Body of Knowledge reference