Tomorrow’s Company - How Business is Changing and why it matters
A conversation with Norman Pikavance and Dr Eve Pool
Co-hosted by The Jersey Good Business Charter
There are emerging trends in British business that we cannot ignore. Despite considerable success in many areas, companies in the UK suffer from under-investment, low productivity, low real wage growth, employees that are demotivated and disconnected from management and diminishing public support. The irony is that the returns to shareholders have also been poor.
In this, our third event of the 2019 Host conference, Dr Eve Pool and Norman Pikovance will share thoughts and idea about the current state of the business sector and how to overcome these trends through an alternative business approach which prioritises purpose, values, relationships and the long-term. There will be time for questions and comments.
Join us for lunch and a world-class discussion on the future of the company
Norman Pickavance has been an Executive Board Member of FTSE 100 organisations, leading corporate transformation and culture change at Morrisons Supermarkets and Northern Foods, and a partner and board member at Grant Thornton where he led the creation of the vibrant economy agenda. He has also been a Non Executive Director with the NHS, HMRC and SFO.
In 2006 Norman co-founded and went on to Chair an award winning Social Enterprise for homeless people to help ‘get their lives back’.
Norman chaired an Independent Commission on behalf of then leader of the opposition Ed Milliband and has advised a range of political leaders on social mobility and unemployment, including Chris Greyling and Nick Clegg.
All his experience came together in his book ‘The Reconnected Leader’ about healing the disconnect between business and civil Society.
Norman is now CEO of Tomorrow's Company, a not for profit research and innovation centre addressing issues at the intersection of business and society.
Dr. Eve Poole has a BA from Durham, An MBA from Edinburgh, and a PHD in theology and capitalism from Cambridge. Her recent book Leadersmithing was highly commended in the 2018 Business Books Awards.
She was recently appointed the Third Church Estates Commissioner for the Church Commissioners for England, and is Chairman of the Board of Governors at Gordonstoun.