What people need right now from their leaders

By Sophie Bennett

Wherever in the world you live and work, we are all in a scary place right now. More than ever, people are looking to their line managers, leaders and colleagues for guidance on how to cope with change and uncertainty.

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How has the role of the IT leader changed in current times?

By James Lawrence - extract from #PTK Pass the Knowledge

IT leaders have never been more essential to the success of any organisation – or had more demands heaped upon their shoulders. So how is the role changing? And what are the skills required to step up to the challenge?

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Why technology's impact on work may be overstated, but HR still has a role to play

By Professor Emma Parry

In an article in HR Magazine, I talk about how many clichés surround how we discuss the impact of technology on the world of work and on HR.

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Cranfield refreshes its general management portfolio

By Elizabeth Beales

 

At Cranfield School of Management we have recently refreshed our popular portfolio of general management programmes to meet clients’ changing needs. Watch the video below as Camilla Jonsson, General Management Portfolio Director, describes the recent changes...

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Executive education refreshed

By Peter Chadwick - CEO, IEDP Developing Leaders

Cranfield School of Management, a pioneer in executive education for over 40 years, has recently refreshed its popular portfolio of general management programmes to reflect the learning priorities of client organisations and potential participants today.

Camilla Jonsson, General Management Portfolio Director, describes how Cranfield has shaped its general management portfolio to meet clients’ changing needs...

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People not processes

By Dr Robina Chatham

Dr Robina Chatham reflects on how she lost sight of the importance of people skills...

My career commenced within the shipbuilding industry. It was the early '80s and I joined a shipyard along with nine other engineering graduates. I spent the first two years on the shop floor as a ‘fitter's mate’ in order to complete my training to become a chartered engineer. During this time I learned little about engineering but a lot about people, industrial relations and shop floor survival tactics.

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Five Ways Emerging Technologies are Transforming the HR Landscape

By Professor Emma Parry

Across almost all industries and business functions we are seeing rapid growth in the use of technology to boost business efficiency and competitive advantage.

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