The Henley Forum
Welcome to The Henley Forum. We help our members develop dynamic organisations, to survive and thrive in challenging and rapidly changing conditions.The Forum brings together business practitioners, industry thought-leaders and world-class academics to develop new insights to these challenges. Our ongoing programme of workshops, seminars, discussion groups and highly focused research projects tackles current, real-world knowledge, learning and change issues affecting organisations. Click here for more information.
The Henley Forum is an academic research centre within Henley Business School. Our research and development activities are funded by subscriptions from our Members and through gifts from donors. Thank you to all our Members, and to the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) for their generous gift. Your contributions enable us to continue to work with our organisational partners to generate insights designed to help organisations to know, learn, adapt and innovate in a rapidly changing world.
- 21st April 2020 - Henley Forum: ‘Becoming Agile’ Part 1: Tech trends changing the workplace
- 15th July 2020 - Henley Forum: ‘Becoming Agile’ Part 2: Becoming digital, the human face
- 22nd - 23rd September 2020 - Advancing your Change & OD Practice
Henley Forum Members’ Calendar 2020 - 2021 for a full list of activities
20 years of Developing Dynamic Organisations
We have released a special 20th Anniversary booklet, reflecting on and showcasing the wealth of knowledge and insight we have co-created with our members over the last 20 years. This booklet consolidated 20 Top Tips and 20 Questions for Reflection to develop knowledgeable practice. You can access a copy of the booklet with links to all previous Henley Forum projects and resources here.
Henley Forum Knowledge
This regular magazine is curated by the Henley Forum team as a way of bringing topics of interest to the attention of subscribers. It offers a blend of short reads and easy viewing and listening links; an easily digestible and visually appealing collection of material from reputable sources.