Derrick Walker

Training and Organisational Development Consultant, Home Office, UK

Status: IMJ Editorial Advisory Board

A qualified teacher in adult education with a background in operational management, now employed as a Training Coordinator based in a busy Area Learning Centre and responsible for the management of training and organisational development needs of 3000 staff in 10 establishments.

A University of Hull graduate MBA - with Distinction,described as an established academic with a strong research and publishing profile, and an experienced presenter to conference.

A highly motivated achiever and experienced practitioner operating at the cutting edge in strategic areas of substantive development and testing of theory and practice relating to the issues, problems, contexts and processes of developing organisational training and development.

Articles by : Derrick Walker

Teams As A Global Constant In Organisational Change
The Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Strategic two-day "Presentation Skills" Course as an Innovation in Curriculum Development in the Prison Service
HRM and Teamwork Within the Context of Change: An Analysis of the Implementational Impact of Theoretical Constructs on the Prison Service Organisation, Linking Healthcare With the Disciplines of Security and Control
Improvement in Costs, Timelines or Quality Within One Department Can Affect The Strategic Direction of an Organisation