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Annual Westminster Human Resources Management Conference: HRM in Transition

28 March 2014

Business students are cordially invited to the Westminster Business School's annual Human Resources Management conference.

Date/time: Wednesday 2 April, 12-5pm
Venue: Marylebone Campus, Hogg Lecture Theatre

This year’s conference brings together HRM professionals and students to talk about the changing reality of human resources management.


Session 1: chaired by Professor Shaun Tyson

12pm: David Smith, Economics Editor of The Sunday Times
12.40pm:  Susannah Clements, Deputy Chief Executive at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
1.20pm: James Beckwith, HR Director at Babcock International
1.50pm: Shaun Tyson, Author of Managing People in a Contemporary Context
2-3pm: Networking Lunch

Session 2: chaired by Michael Moran

3pm: Kirstin Furber, Head of People at BBC Worldwide
3.40pm: Geoff Trickey, Managing Director of PCL
4.10pm: Michael Moran, CEO and Founder of 10eighty

  Download the event's programme including the speakers' full bios

There is no need to register, just come to the session of your interest.

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