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The Walker review - what it means for HR

December 2009 - Personnel Today

Ali Gill, chief executive of people change business Crelos, was consulted by Walker about the review. She says his recommendation about the mix of experience on boards will create opportunities for psychologists and social scientists, as well as HR professionals. "He is acknowledging that diversity in the boardroom is important." At present, she says that appointments still tend to depend on 'the old-boy network' rather than the qualities and experience best suited to the job...

Sir David Walker: 'I'm a man of the people, not a City grandee'

November 2009 - The Guardian

Writing about the behaviour of boards for the Walker report, Mannie Sher, a consultant at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, argues that susceptibility to social influence is "not a trait of those who lack willpower; it is hard-wired into all of us". Groupthink, says Sher, relates to the group unconscious. "In boards that are dysfunctional, we find there is a tendency … not to put your head above the parapet," says Sher, whose institute co-wrote a section of the Walker report with consultants Crelos.

Walker Review introduces new powers to curb bonuses and excessive pay deals

November 2009 - HR magazine

Ali Gill, CEO of Crelos, has been advising the review's author, David Walker. She said: "Deficiencies in behaviours and skills in banks and other financial institutions' boards relate much more to patterns of behaviour than to organisation. If this statement is accepted as a truism, which it seems to be, then chairman and their boards should be schooled in behavioural change and group dynamics.

Bank boardooms 'must become more challenging'

November 2009 - People Management

Ali Gill, CEO of Crelos change management consultancy, who contributed to the Walker review, commented that being a Ned was not a rite of passage. “Neds and Chairmen have a phenomenal task to supervise vast multi-nationals. The problem is that many Chairmen and Neds are appointed on the basis of what they have achieved. While this is relevant, there needs to be much more scrutiny about their potential to succeed in the role of corporate governance.”

Turn skills shortage into success

November 2009 - Construction News

Many companies in the construction industry have found themselves in a talent predicament:the recession has made it harder to find skilled workers and recruitment freezes have added to this. Savvy businesses that experience skills shortages look within to grow their own talent pool.

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"We live in a time when change has become a constant part of UK plc, yet mastery of change leadership remains under developed with 75% of major organizational change projects failing to deliver the predicted organizational benefits. To become expert in anything requires purposeful practice. When I think back to my days as an athlete, I think of the practice required to become expert. You work to develop skills so that those skills become automatic. Your actions on a daily basis are purposeful and goal directed. It is this that gives you the confidence to operate at the edge of your ability and that is the mastery of change."

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