Glenn Jones

Glenn Jones

Author of 'Human Resources Changes the World'

Glenn Jones is a Freelance HR/People Consultant, Coach, Speaker and Fixer who also holds both Chartered Fellowship of the CIPD and CIPP. Glenn's most recent role was directing 300,000+ colleagues as part of the People Transformation Programme for Tesco and as the Advisor to CPO, Natasha Adams. In addition, Glenn holds a Masters in Payroll and Business Management. Glenn’s clients over the last 8 years have been Bank of America, HSBC, Ecolab, Imperial Brands, AXA XL and Tesco. In addition, Glenn is a published author of “Human Resources Changes the World” and he has also started his Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) at Derby University. To say that Glenn is passionate about the future of HR/People is an understatement. Glenn brings a wealth of experience delivering and rescuing large scale global and local HR/People change projects and has worked in a range of senior roles in large global organisations prior to freelancing. Specifically, he has led significant transitions and transformations of HR technology and shared services, payroll services and tangible process improvements. Glenn lives in Derby with his wife, Debs, and their daughter, Cadence. In his spare time, Glenn is Chair of Board of Governors at Derby High School and also enjoys scuba diving and walking his dogs in the Derbyshire Dales.

4:25 pm - 4:55 pm
Channel Adapt

HR/People Transformation Programmes, what not to do!

Have you ever wondered why so many HR/People Transformations fail? Over the years Glenn has built up a bank of 7 points (there are more) as to why this happens and moreover, what needs to be undertaken to avoid making the same mistakes. If you are starting to think about undertaking a Transformation you will benefit from this session. Also, if you have started, this will be a great opportunity to check that you have considered these derailing and disruptive points. This abstract presentation will give some stats and facts around the 7; as a starter for 10, what do you think the percentage is for failed Transformation programmes? Join Glenn to find out……