How I got where I am today

Pritchard, Kathryn; Phillips, Lucy
November 2009
People Management;11/5/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p72
An interview with Kathryn Pritchard, global people director of software company, Iris, is presented. Her interest in human resources (HR) began when she was in the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) and Greg Dyke who was director-general, introduced a change program in HR. She states that the best part about her current position is having leaders who are ambitious, determined and committed to making Iris a great place to work in. She hopes to see more creativity in HR in the future, whose focus is on change, leadership and talent management.


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