Blueprint in Action Conference – 17 March 2016

By 03/03/2016Events

Our next conference will be on 17 March 2016 and will focus on practical examples of how Blueprint is being used by companies. We’ve drawn speakers from business and wider society such as: Accenture Strategy, the CBI, easyJet, Flood Re, Grant Thornton, Harvard Business School, Judge Business School of the University of Cambridge, Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, The RSA, and Vodafone.

Outline Agenda

Charles Wookey, CEO, A Blueprint for Better Business – Welcome & Introduction

Sacha Romanovitch, CEO, Grant Thornton UK – Challenges facing business today

Panel discussion looking at assumptions about the human person in business.
Chaired by Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, the RSA
Professor Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Business and Enterprise, University of Cambridge
Professor Nava Ashraf, Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
Shaunaka Rishi Das, Director, The Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies
Loughlin Hickey, Trustee, Blueprint Trust; Senior Advisor, A Blueprint for Better Business

Paul Drechsler, President, CBI; Chair, Bibby Line Group – Key note speaker

Interactive Discussion looking at purpose and assumptions about the human person.  Introduced and moderated by:
Loughlin Hickey, Trustee, Blueprint Trust; Senior Advisor, A Blueprint for Better Business
Julia Rebholz, Group Director of Sustainability, Centrica; Managing Director, Ignite Social Enterprise

Panel discussion – Making a Difference – Blueprint in Action.
How businesses are using the Blueprint approach in practice
Chaired by Barbara Stocking, former Chief Executive, Oxfam; Trustee, Blueprint Trust
Paul Moore, Communications Director, easyJet
Andy Tinlin, Managing Director, Accenture Strategy
Matt Peacock, Group Director of Corporate Affairs, Vodafone
Brendan McAfferty, Chief Executive Officer, Flood Re
Julia Rebholz, Group Director of Sustainability, Centrica; Managing Director, Ignite Social Enterprise

Sir Mike Rake, Chairman, BT; former president of CBI – Taking forward the Blueprint Movement

The conference will run from 9 am to 3.30 pm and will be held in Central London. Places are limited so if you or your colleagues are interested in attending then please contact as soon as possible.