All the stuff in one place – well, not quite, but a collection of the things I may want to revisit and find again.
I spent 2 days at #CIPD15 tweeting and blogging with the CIPD #blogsquad. It was quite an intense experience, one which I haven’t yet fully reflected on. There has been loads of content produced so I’m going to try and capture the bits I’m interested in returning to here, mainly for my own convenience, and perhaps for your too.
I managed to write nine posts in the two days, mainly live during sessions, whilst tweeting a bit too. Live blogging forced me to focus on record things rather than analysing things, to such an extent that I couldn’t actually remember what I’d heard or written after the first 2 sessions. It became easier over the 2 days and the blogs are definitely a useful record and reminder to go back to, just don’t expect any wonderful insight…yet.
- A loosely conference related reading list mainly social media and HR based stuff – to be added to.
- Peter Cheese got the party started with a fair bit of pop culture reference
- Helen Thevenot (Thompson Reuters) and Steve Taylor (from Transport for London) on cultural change – lots of 3s in this one
- Neuroscience and its application to HR from Dr Tara Swart – quite smart, quite practical
- My day 1 reflections…I was ready for a drink
- Large scale public sector transformation – n whole country experiment unfortunately only hinted at by Low Peck Kem from the Prime Ministers Office in Singapore
- Social Collaboration Learning – a brill interactive session – best of the bunch (narrowly beating Tim Scott and Andy Swan’s session). The link to the Periscope video is in the blog too – watch it!
- There wasn’t really much hidden (or new) in Unlocking hidden capabilities – I did get one of the free books. Probably good to be reminded of stuff that seems fairly obvious though.
- Act like a leader, think like a leader – the best thing from the Key Noters, I would want more like this on the big platform.
All the presentations – well all the ones where presenters were happy to share their presentations with CIPD anyway. I’ve no idea how long CIPD will keep this page live so download now whilst you can.
Tim Scott had a play with Periscope this year, really effective.
All the #blogsquad stuff
Ian Pettigrew curated a great storify containing all the blogsquads whittering. There is loads.