LSBU Business School's Professional Lecture Series is back after a summer break with a fresh round of engaging & insightful lectures and this time, we're delivering them in person!
As previously, the series has been curated to address the learning needs of our staff, students, local business communities & beyond by providing professional insight, sharing experiences & reflections and facilitating networks. Our events are open to all and everyone is welcome so please do share them with anyone you feel might be interested in attending.
'Embracing the Total Quality Management Journey in the work place: How far is too far?' - Dr John Opute
Description: Every business organisation must respond to the challenges of the environment. The one that will survive is that organisation that makes continuous effort to provide the customer (internal and external) with a service that is different from and better than the competition. It demands the total involvement of everyone involved in the operation and this involvement is a continuous process.
The quest for quality is a global revolution affecting every facet of business and therefore the most significant factor in determining the long run success or failure of any organisation. Anyone who would like to gain greater understanding of how to sustain the total quality journey in the orgamisation as a mark of uncompromising standards and sustained/high achievement will find this lecture interesting.
By attending this event, you will:
Dr John Opute is Associate Professor of International Human Resource Management and Course Director, MSc International HRM course in the LSBU Business school at London South Bank University, London. He has over 20 years of industry experience in general management and human resources management. He has a diverse educational and working background from Nigeria, North America and Europe and has held key HR positions in several multinational companies such as Alcan Aluminium Company of Canada (with major responsibilities in Nigeria) and Cincinnati Bell in Ohio State, USA. During this period, he has led several HR initiatives and assignments.
He is a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy of the UK and belongs to various reputable professional associations including membership of the International Labour and Employment Relations Association (ILERA). He is a member of the editorial board of some international journals including E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies. His current research activities are in the areas of comparative international HRM, (rewards/compensation management) and employee engagement/participation.
1pm - Welcome & introduction
1.05pm - Lecture: 'Embracing the Total Quality Management Journey in the work place: How far is too far?'
1.35pm - Q & A & discussion
1.55pm - Closing words & summary
2pm - Close
This event will take place at LSBU's Business School - the address can be found on this page. Given this event will take place in person, we ask that you be considerate around COVID guidelines & suggestions and when interacting with other people.
To check out the other events in the LSBU Business School Lecture Series, see the schedule below and click here to register.
7 Sept, 8.30am - 9.30am: Interventions and business support to local communities. How engaging academics and students in solution focused projects provides positive impact?
12 Oct, 1pm - 2pm: Who wants the high street of the future anyhow?
9 Nov, 8.30am - 9.30am: Apprenticeships in a Post Covid World – The case for Management and Digital Marketing Skills
7 Dec, 1pm - 2pm: Embracing the Total Quality Management Journey in the work place: How far is too far?