OD Masterclass with Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge

October 10, 2016

The future of organisations and what this means for OD and our sense of identity as OD practitioners

WHEN: Friday 9th December 2016

WHERE: Thackray Medical Museum, Beckett Street, Leeds, LS9 7LN

You are invited to join other members of the Institute for Organisational Development for People, Performance and Organisational Development
at our inaugural OD Masterclass. We are delighted to be able to welcome Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge as our guest speaker for this session, which will be focused around the future of organisations and what this means for OD and our sense of identity as OD practitioners. Mee-Yan’s work has been hugely influential and integrated into the Institute for Organisational Development’s philosophy, programmes and work with our clients.

Numbers will be strictly limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. Strategic and Organisational members are entitled to two free places per organisation. Corporate members will be entitled to a 10% discounted rate and for individual members / non-members there will be a cost of £295 plus VAT per person.

To download a booking form, please click here. For further details and to book your place now please email: luke.spayne@thebeechcentre.co.uk

About Dr L Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge BSc, MA, Ph.D

dr-l-mee-yan-cheung-judgeDr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge is the creator and driving force behind Quality & Equality Ltd, which she founded after a distinguished career in academia and in the marketplace. She is a “scholar-practitioner” in the field of Organisation Development. She has worked directly with a number of organisations across sectors and industry to deliver powerful transformational change, which is what she is known for. She led one of the world’s largest change in the BBC – involving 17,000 people to co-construct the future of BBC; she has led major cultural change in a number of global pharmaceutical, retail, energy, media organisations. Mee-Yan was the lead consultant to transform the state-owned multi-media organisation in UAE over 24 months; In late 2012, she was appointed as the senior international consultant to the State of Singapore to support their nation-wide public service transformation programme. Currently she is supporting two global organisations in post-acquisition integration as part of their high growth strategy – aligning business ambitions with “fitter” quality of leadership, core processes, culture of innovation and agility as well as behavioural patterns.

Mee-Yan teaches on major governmental and corporate Top Management Programmes. She is a senior visiting Fellow of Roffey Park Management Institute in UK, a Senior Fellow of the Singapore Civil Service College, the Dean of the NTL/Q&E OD certificate programme in Europe, a guest faculty on the Gestalt Certificate Programme in UK, a guest faculty in IDDI – the executive institute of the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria in Madrid Spain, and a faculty of the Duke University Executive Leadership Programme. She is a professional member of the NTL Institute (the founding institute of the field of Organisation Development), was an international trustee on the Board of the Organisation Development Network. She a special advisor to Organisation Development Network in Europe. She is the author of a number of OD articles and reports. Her book – Organization Development: A Practitioner’s Guide for OD and HR (Kogan Page, April 2011; 2nd edition May 2015), with guest author Linda Holbeche, and has become one of the most significant text for OD practitioners. Mee-Yan is on the editorial board of the Journal of Organisation Development Practitioner. She was voted by UK HR Magazine as one of the top 15 most influential thinker in the field of HR in UK – 2013, 2014, and 2015. In October 2013, she was presented with the highest award by the Organisation Development Network in USA – the Life Time Achievement Award in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the field of OD globally. Mee Yan is known as a significant “scholar-educator-practitioner” in the field of OD, and both her colleagues and clients enjoy both her personal warmth as well as her ability to engage them in straight talking about overt issues that sub-optimise individual and system brilliance.



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