Peter Totterdill Bibliography Overview

Resumo Bibliográfico
Peter Totterdill

Coordinator of Workplace Innovation Unit on the course

Peter Totterdill is a Founding Director of Workplace Innovation Europe Limited.
He is Visiting Professor at Kingston University and Associate Professor at Mykolas Romeris University Vilnius.
Peter is co-founder of EUWIN (European workplace Innovation Europe), an initiative funded by the European Commission.
A passionate advocate of organisational practices that combine high performance and high quality of working life, Peter’s career has focused on building bridges between academic knowledge and practice. He has led successful innovation and change initiatives in a wide range of private and public sector organisations. Peter is a highly experienced communicator and speaks frequently at conferences and seminars to enterprises, trade unions, policy makers and researchers throughout Europe and beyond.
Peter Board-level experience includes seven years as a Non-Executive Director at Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust. He was European Policy Director with Ecotec Research and Consulting from 2006-8 and is a Trustee of three charities.

Relevant experience

Peter has been stimulating, facilitating, evaluating and supporting organisational change initiatives since the early 1990s. His approach is typically ‘hands on’ while ensuring that the client organisation takes full ownership of the change process Likewise, he is committed to evidence-based practice and draws on research and knowledge of workplaces from across Europe. His role in change and development projects is very practically orientated and largely uncluttered by jargon or obscure academic concepts.
Peter is lead expert on Fresh Thinking Labs, the International Online and In Person platform for knowledge sharing and collaboration in the field of workplace innovation. Current projects include co-leadership of the European Commission’s workplace innovation network (EUWIN) involving more than 7000 subscribers and activists in 30+ countries. Peter is co-facilitator of the Workplace Innovation Engagement Programme (WIEP) for Scottish Enterprise.

Resumo Bibliográfico
Peter Totterdill

Coordenador dos trabalhos de Workplace Innovation no curso

Peter Totterdill is a Founding Director of Workplace Innovation Europe Limited.
He is Visiting Professor at Kingston University and Associate Professor at Mykolas Romeris University Vilnius.
Peter is co-founder of EUWIN (European workplace Innovation Europe), an initiative funded by the European Commission.
A passionate advocate of organisational practices that combine high performance and high quality of working life, Peter’s career has focused on building bridges between academic knowledge and practice. He has led successful innovation and change initiatives in a wide range of private and public sector organisations. Peter is a highly experienced communicator and speaks frequently at conferences and seminars to enterprises, trade unions, policy makers and researchers throughout Europe and beyond.
Peter Board-level experience includes seven years as a Non-Executive Director at Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust. He was European Policy Director with Ecotec Research and Consulting from 2006-8 and is a Trustee of three charities.

Relevant experience

Peter has been stimulating, facilitating, evaluating and supporting organisational change initiatives since the early 1990s. His approach is typically ‘hands on’ while ensuring that the client organisation takes full ownership of the change process Likewise, he is committed to evidence-based practice and draws on research and knowledge of workplaces from across Europe. His role in change and development projects is very practically orientated and largely uncluttered by jargon or obscure academic concepts.
Peter is lead expert on Fresh Thinking Labs, the International Online and In Person platform for knowledge sharing and collaboration in the field of workplace innovation. Current projects include co-leadership of the European Commission’s workplace innovation network (EUWIN) involving more than 7000 subscribers and activists in 30+ countries. Peter is co-facilitator of the Workplace Innovation Engagement Programme (WIEP) for Scottish Enterprise.

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