Developing people and organisations in Scotland: reading and writing the runes

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Developing people and organisations in Scotland: reading and writing the runes

Time: November 21, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Petrotechnics Limited, Pavilion 3, Craigshaw Business Park
Street: Craigshaw Road
City/Town: Tullos, Aberdeen
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Phone: +44 7917 689344
Event Type: meeting, for, dialogue
Latest Activity: Aug 1, 2014

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You are warmly invited to an evening of exploration and conviviality with Bob MacKenzie, Professor of Management Learning with the International Management Centres’ Business School

Scotland’s institutions differ in a number of important respects from those across the border and elsewhere, and Scotland’s economy and politics have an increasingly distinctive flavour. 

Do any of these unique features have implications for offering identifiably Scottish approaches to people and organisational development?   How can AMED Members make their particular contribution in this field?

We warmly invite you to join us for a lively, informal evening of dialogue, and a light supper.  We hope you’ll come primed to share insights into what’s happening in Scotland and together we’ll search for promising initiatives.  

Usual fee: £5 for members of AMED and £10 for non-members to cover our sandwiches and refreshments.


Please spread the word and let me know, as soon as possible, if you intend to come.  Meetings are informal and friendly.  This is an open session and all are welcome. 



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Comment by Penny Walker on November 21, 2011 at 9:20

Have a great meetings this evening! Warm greetings from coldish foggyish London.

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