Seven knowledgeable and passionate professionals from six different member organisations will share their expertise with you at this highly interactive session. A Case Study from Kingdom Housing Association setting out how they created a major new subsidiary company will highlight some of the challenges that arise when making big organisational changes and some practical solutions. A Practitioner Panel will answer questions and offer insights into successfully planning and managing change in different organisational settings. 1-1 time with some of the Practitioners will give you even deeper insights into how you can manage your own specific projects.
Andrew Latto, Head of HR, Kingdom Housing Association
Bernie Hewitt, Director, Bernhew Consultancy
Billy Grierson, Director, Perth Innovation
Calum Kippen, Governance & Executive Support Officer, Kingdom Housing Association
Heather Stuart, CEO, Fife Cultural Trust
Mario Panetta, Director, Augmentum 360
Thomas Adams, Director, Upturn Consulting
0915 Registration and networking
0950 kingdom Housing Association Case Study
1030 Practitioner Panel featuring Kingdom Housing Association, Fife Cultural Trust, Bernhew Consultancy, Augmentum 360, Upturn Consulting, Perth Innovation
1100 You will have the option to network with the other delegates or have a 1-1 with one of the Practitioners: Heather Stuart; Billy Grierson; Thomas Adams; Mario Panetta; Bernie Hewitt.
Each 1-1 will last 15 minutes and must be pre-booked. There are a limited number of 1-1 slots available, so secure yours quickly by contacting Shelby on [email protected] and confirming the name of the Practitioner you would like to have a 1-1 with.
Kingdom Housing Association Case Study Overview
In 2016/17, Kingdom Housing Association created a new subsidiary company to deliver its Support & Care services. This presentation will cover the context and drivers for that decision, the approach we took and a few hints and tips.
The Kingdom Group employs over 400 people and consists of Kingdom Housing Association and its wholly owned subsidiaries Kingdom Support & Care and Kingdom Initiatives. It provides quality affordable housing, support & care and a range of complimentary services across East Central Scotland. Its vision is to support Great People and create Great Communities through providing Great Homes and Great Services. It provides more than 4,500 homes, aim to build an additional 400 homes per annum over the next five years and provide over 338000 hours of support and care services per annum.