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Association for Management Education and Development (AMED) conference


The Association for Management Education & Development (AMED) conference
"Working Communities: The Shape of Future Organisations" is being held at
Cranfield School of Management on 25/26 August 1999.
The themes include collaborative working; knowledge management; ethics and governance.

At work we are stretched. Activity is becoming global, businesses and disaggregating. Yet, increasingly, organisations are realising that work actually gets done by groups of people who know and value each other. People who work together in trust, joining together for mutual benefit, are working communities.

Our Keynote speakers will be Sir Stewart Hampson - Chairman, JLP, Barry Quirk - CEO, Lewisham Council, Charlie Leadbeater - DEMOS, Elizabeth Lank – ICL, Chris Byron – BA, Waterside, Richard Hicks – AIT Group and Bob Garratt – Author & International consultant.
Plus a host of workshop speakers will be presenting participative, practical workshops, for sharing models, strategies and results.

Benefits of attending this conference include:
- Being challenged by the latest ideas and by open debate and dialogue
- Networking with colleagues from leading public and private sector organisations, business schools and consultancies.
- Developing skills and methodologies you can put to immediate use
- Finding out how to design a working environment which fosters employee contact and creativity
- Setting an ethical framework of trust so that creativity can flourish
- Creating knowledge management systems that people want to use

About AMED
AMED is a network for professionals, managers, academics and consultants interested in organisations and people development. It is a vibrant and participative network from which innovative and cutting edge ideas are sparked and developed. Member's ideas and practical skills are continuously developed through the exchange of insights, ideas and best practice in the field of individual and organisation development. AMED members self organise to take responsibility and create their own Special Interest Groups, such areas as: Sustainable Development, Director Development, Transformational Mentoring, LETS, Co-Consulting and Knowledge Management. Benefits of membership include a quarterly journal, a monthly newsletter and an annual membership directory.

Further information about AMED and this event is available from:
Helen Trussler
14-15 Belgrave Square
London SW1X 8PS
Tel: 0171 235 3505
Fax: 0171 235 3565
E-mail: [email protected]


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