Key topics covered:
What has changed during the crisis?
Can processes or systems be reimagined for the better?
What must leaders do to adapt and respond to change?
Why will some businesses thrive, while many more struggle and fail?
Can work, talent, and skills be reimagined?
Why does connecting core purpose, strategy, and organisation lead to a highly successful and sustainable business?
Introducing our Keynote speakers:
Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSA
Matthew Taylor has been Chief Executive of the RSA since November 2006. During his tenure, the Society has substantially increased its output of research and innovation, provided new routes to support the charitable initiatives of its 30,000 fellows, and developed a global profile as a platform for ideas.
In July 2017, Matthew published the report ‘Good Work’; an independent review into modern employment, commissioned by the UK Prime Minister.
In September 2019, Matthew started a new part-time role as the Government’s Director of Labour Market Enforcement and is also a member of its Industrial Strategy Council.
Taylor is a regular media performer having appeared several times on the Today programme, The Daily Politics, and Newsnight. He has written and presented several Radio Four documentaries and is a panellist on the programme Moral Maze. He is Senior Editor of the Thames & Hudson Big Ideas series and regularly posts on his RSA blog site.
Prior to this appointment, Matthew was Director of the Institute for Public Policy Research, and he then became Chief Adviser on political strategy to the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair. Previous roles included, Labour Party Director of Policy, and Assistant General Secretary of The Labour Party.
Professor Jonathan Trevor, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Professor Jonathan Trevor is a management researcher, author, advisor, speaker, and teacher on the subject of strategy and organisation. Jonathan works extensively with executive leadership teams in all sectors and internationally to apply his research to help them transform their businesses to be fit for purpose.
His academic work is published regularly in leading journals, including Harvard Business Review and MIT Sloan Management Review. His research has been featured widely in the media, and he has provided expert comment for the Financial Times, BBC, Wall Street Journal, CNN, and Forbes.
Jonathan serves on the faculty of the University of Oxford Said Business School, and teaches on the Oxford MBA, Executive MBA, and international executive education programmes. Previously, Jonathan was a lecturer at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School. He holds a PhD in management studies and economics from the University of Cambridge and was a visiting doctoral scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.