Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. on the moveOn 28 May 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article The British Museum has appointed Dawn Austwick OBE (pictured) as director ofHR. Previously, she was project manager for the Tate Modern and since itsopening in 2000 she has advised on a range of government initiatives. She hasled reviews of both English Heritage and the National Gallery. In her newposition, she will be responsible for several functions including HR and willhave an annual budget of £25m. Nigel Paine is the new head of training and development at the BBC. In thisrole, he will be responsible for training the entire workforce of 23,000 staff.He will also spearhead an operation to provide the majority of learning used bythe UK broadcasting sector. Paine has experience of adult learning havingpreviously worked for companies including Cisco and ICL. Past positions includestints as chief executive of the Scottish Council for Educational Technologyand chief executive of Technology Colleges Trust in London. Dr James McCalman is the new director of MBA programmes at AshridgeManagement College. He has previously run executive and part-time MBAprogrammes at Glasgow and Strathclyde and is co-author of Change Management: AGuide to Effective Implementation. McCalman’s priorities will be to help theorganisation obtain degree- awarding powers as well as developing the MBA,which targets a senior audience.