Henley Business School,
|Date of event:||25 February 2015|
|Event ends:||26 February 2015|
Make knowledge work for you
Within any organisation, individuals contain a wealth of knowledge that we may not know about, or if we do, don’t know where it is or how to get to it. Groups develop even more in the form of collective intelligence. This conference is designed to help leaders at all levels of the organisation tap into this collective knowledge and use it to its full potential.
Challenge yourself and your organisation to create greater organisational capability
The more technology allows enterprises to become connected, the more opportunities arise to develop and apply collective intelligence. At the same time, the task of orchestrating the effects in ways that create value becomes more complex.
Helping knowledgeable individuals build the necessary connections and relationships with other expertise enables an organisation to achieve agility and resilience. Creating and sustaining this sort of dynamism in organisations requires new kinds of leaders.
Develop a 2020 vision of leadership capacity through listening to expert presentations and discussing ways forward with leaders from a wide range of sectors. Explore the latest thinking about learning across boundaries, working out loud through social tools, using indirect influence, and how to use evaluation to monitor progress of collective activity. Figure out how the combination will give you a resilient and agile organisation.
This event is organised by the Henley Forum, together with the Henley Centre for Engaging Leadership. Click on the green buttons for a brief outline of all sessions, biographical information about speakers and the conference brochure. You can book online here.
For an insight into last year's conference speakers and delegate feedback, click here
Terms and Conditions
The speaker line up and programme are correct at the time of publication, but sometimes schedules change due to circumstances beyond our control. The Henley Forum reserves the right to make changes to the programme.
All cancellations must be made in writing to the Henley Forum no later than 21 days prior to the conference date. An administration fee of £75 +VAT will be charged for all cancellations, to be deducted from any refund or invoice. No cancellations can be accepted within 20 days of the conference date, but a suitable delegate can be nominated. Pre-payments or invoiced amounts cannot be refunded.
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