MCF - Delivering Change; overcoming the challenges of GDPR

Written by Alistair Collier | News | Event | Posted 05/02/2018 16:46:00

On Friday 2nd February the Manchester Change Forum hosted its third event in association with Paul Clavering of 'Just Enough Change' and sponsored by Sanderson Recruitment.

This breakfast briefing featured guest speaker Natasha Pye, GDPR Programme Manager for Royal London, and covered the challenges around the implementation of GDPR for businesses.

This briefing follows on from the success of our first event back in July 2017 an 'Open Mic Night' which gave change management professionals an opportunity to network and take their thoughts to the floor for discussion with others within the industry




Alistiar Collier has written a useful GDPR for dummies guide which looks at some of the discussion points from the event:

Given that we recruit contract staff, mainly into financial services, Itís not un-common to see spikes in demand when there is regulatory change. I could list endless acronyms of programmes of work weíve supported without ever understanding the complexities and/or challenges faced by our clients. Itís not often, however, that such changes have direct impact on all businesses. That is where GDPR has bucked the trend.

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