Member Since: 29th Oct 2012
Perry Timms is an international and 2x TEDx speaker, advisor and award-winning writer on the future of work, HR & learning.
Perry’s first book "Transformational HR” was an Amazon.com Top 30 HR seller shortly after its release, and his second book - "The Energised Workplace" - exploring Human Energy & Organisation Design is due in April 2020.
Perry’s work in progressive thinking in HR and the workplace of the future was recognised by his inclusion on HR Magazine’s HR’s Most Influential Thinkers List for 2017 and up to 5th most influential in 2018.
Perry is Adjunct Faculty at Ashridge Executive Education and Hult International Business School; he is a visiting fellow at Sheffield Hallam University and a Fellow of the RSA. In 2018 Perry was invited to be Guest Professor at GEA College in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Perry is also the world’s only WorldBlu-certified Freedom at Work Consultant + Coach, and currently leads the London Chapter of ResponsiveOrg.
You can find Perry online at www.pthr.co.uk or on Twitter (@PerryTimms) and his blog Medium.com/@PerryTimms. Perry is an avid fan of Soul music and supports Northampton Town FC and the NFL’s Detroit Lions.
11th Jul 2022
What does the study of ants show us about the woeful state of macroeconomics on planet Earth in 2022? Edward O Wilson spent his life...Change
16th May 2022
On 6 April, I found myself back in a familiar pre-2020 situation. In a car to an airport at 2am. It felt a lot harder this time around than...Change
13th Jan 2022
As if a continuing, mutating pandemic wasn’t already enough, we are still facing huge challenges in the HR and people profession. These...Change
4th Jan 2021
I bet none of us predicted what 2020 really would involve! In looking back at my 2020 predictions I said it would be about graft, autonomy...Change
20th Feb 2019
We hear about transformation all the time, and mainly it’s about digital transformation. The next wave of automation, technology that’s...Change
18th Jan 2016
I’m no lawyer so this isn’t an expert legal take on the recent Barbulescu ECHR ruling in favour of his former employer around employers...Culture
27th Sep 2013
It's an interesting world of work we have upon us. Interesting for a range of reasons and because of seemingly increased polarisation of...Business