Add to Calendar Europe/London DD/MM/YYYY 27/11/2018 10:0027/11/2018 16:00Data-driven culture changePrince Philip House, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5DG

BY INVITATION ONLY

"What gets measured gets done!" is an often quoted saying, but is a lack of measurement impeding progress on Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) across engineering?

This event shows how data can be effective in driving culture change and provides a platform to launch findings from a survey on D&I across engineering employment. It will highlight how D&I measurement can be introduced and used within organisations.  

Programme

10.00am Registration
10.30am

Welcome

Dr Hayaatun Sillem, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Academy of Engineering

10.35am

Chair's welcome

Natasha Broomfield-Reid, Consultant

10.40am

Royal Academy of Engineering D&I programme

Dervilla Mitchell CBE FREng, Director, Arup and Chair, Royal Academy of Engineering D&I Committee

10.50am

Using measurement and data to drive culture change - a large organisation perspective

Gary Kildare, Chief HR Officer, IBM  Corporation, Europe

11.10am

Using measurement and data to drive culture change - an SME perspective

Henrik Hageman, Chief Executive Officer, CustoMem

11.30am Q&A session
11.50am Break
12.05pm

The state of D&I in engineering with a Q&A session

John McCollum, Engineering Director, BAE Systems

Peter Hounsome, Chief Executive Officer, Sagacity Research

1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm

Discussion - the state of D&I in engineering: So what?!

2.40pm Feedback
3.00pm

Implementing D&I measurement in engineering

Natalie Sigona, Diversity and Inclusion consultant

3.20pm

Royal Academy of Engineering D&I programme - future plans

Bola Fatimilehin, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Royal Academy of Engineering

3.30pm

Closing remarks and evaluation

Dervilla Mitchell CBE FREng, Director, Arup and Chair, Royal Academy of Engineering D&I Committee

3.35pm

Closing remarks from the Chair

Natalie Broomfield-Reid, Consultant

3.40pm Networking
4.00pm Close

Who should attend?

We are keen to make the audience for this event as representative of the profession as possible and particularly encourage male attendance, as well as:  

  • Engineering leaders
  • Representatives from professional engineering institutions
  • Engineering employers (large and SMEs)
  • Government representatives 
  • Third-sector organisations involved in D&I

Tickets

This event is by invitation only and for more information, please contact Arti Dillon, Project Officer, Diversity and Inclusion.

Social media

Follow the Academy on Twitter at @RAEngNews, and tweet about the event with the hashtag #EngDiversity