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White Papers & Points of View

Both academics and faculty working on both qualification and executive education programmes regularly produce white papers, points of view and short, non-academic surveys on subjects related to their research and work with clients. These are in three key areas:

 

Leadership white papers

Was Albert Einstein an imposter? And what has that got to do with attending The Henley Leadership Programme 
Dr Suzanne Pollack, Programme Director of The Henley
Leadership Programme

 


Rewiring your brain – new pathways to leadership (PDF)

Dr Suzanne Pollack, Programme Director of The Henley
Leadership Programme


 The Leader as Coach – the coaching relationship (PDF-936KB)

Claire Collins, Subject Area Leader for Leadership and Change


Coaching Supervision and its use in working with leaders (PDF-1.1MB)
Dr Patricia Bossons, Director of Henley Coaching Services


Beyond the heroic CEO: the changing challenge of leadership (PDF-273 KB) 
Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership,Henley Business School
What can you uniquely do that the world of tomorrow needs?


Knowledge Sharing 2.0 and the social media genie (PDF-993 KB) 
Christine Van Winkelen, Visiting Academic Fellow, Henley Business School
Jane McKenzie, Professor of Management Knowledge and Learning, Henley Business School


Human Capital Management - Christine Van Winkelen (PDF-1.1 MB) 
Christine Van Winkelen, Visiting Academic Fellow, Henley Business School and Jane McKenzie, Professor of Management Knowledge and Learning, Henley Business School.


Leadership to boost your organisations energy and performance (PDF-434 KB) 
Dr Bernd Vogel, Assistant Professor of Leadership & Organisational Behaviour
Business thinkers suggest organisations should 'mobilise' and executives explain that they are trying to 'activate' their companies.


Successful Change Leadership (PDF-1.3 MB)
Jane Cranwell-Ward, Programme Director. At Henley Business School we go to great lengths to help participants increase their self awareness of their strengths, leadership style, and ways they can play to their strengths to be a successful change leader.


New world, new organisations, new leadership (PDF-314 KB)
Professor Dominic Swords, Professor Christopher Bones and Professor Peter Hawkins
New thinking on how organisations engage with change.


Five routes to Real Leadership Development (PDF-151 KB)
Dr Paul Aitken. Leadership development has reached a critical crossroad. A number of forces; geo-politics, the carbon economy, emerging economic power bases, ideological diversity...


Leading for Sustainability (PDF-906 KB) 
Associate Professor Steve Downing, Associate Professor of Strategy, Henley Business School. A Journey Through the Business Case and Beyond and Inwards -
Sustainability is a large, rapidly growing, critical, complex and contested topic.


Sustainability, responsibility and governance (PDF-350 KB) 
Peter Davis  
The challenges of leading a New thinking on how organisations engage with changen organisation in complex times...

  

Points of view

Being a positive force in leadership (PDF-349 KB) 
Graham Louden-Carter
Perspectives on leadership from Faculty on The Leadership Programme.


Being the best leader you can... (PDF-386 KB)
Dr Suzanne Pollack, Programme Director, The Leadership Programme
Perspectives on leadership from Faculty on The Leadership Programme.


Developing self-awareness (PDF-394KB)
Phil Radcliff, Dr Suzanne Pollack, Peter Holt, Faculty, The Leadership Programme
Perspectives on leadership from Faculty on The Leadership Programme.


The power of relationships in leadership (PDF-443 KB)
Graham Louden-Carter, Faculty, The Leadership Programme
Perspectives on leadership from Faculty on The Leadership Programme.


The future direction of the European Model (PDF-449 KB)
Speech by Professor Chris Bones, Professor John Board, Professor Brian Scott-Quinn, and Professor Peter Hawkins. The text of a special lecture given by Professor Christopher Bones, Dean, Henley Business School at the Alpbach Economic Forum.


The Henley Manifesto: Restoring Confidence in UK PLC (PDF-491 KB)
Professor John Board, Professor Chris Bones, Professor Stephen Lee, Associate Professor Kevin Money, Professor Brian Scott-Quinn. Four short essays on the key drivers that will ensure that we rebuild the reputation of both the UK's financial services sector...


White papers

Was Albert Einstein an imposter? And what has that got to do with attending The Henley Leadership Programme 
Dr Suzanne Pollack, Programme Director of The Henley
Leadership Programme


The Leader as Coach – the coaching relationship (PDF-936KB)

Claire Collins, Subject Area Leader for Leadership and Change


Coaching Supervision and its use in working with leaders (PDF-1.1MB)
Dr Patricia Bossons, Director of Henley Coaching Services


Beyond the heroic CEO: the changing challenge of leadership (PDF-273 KB) 
Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership,Henley Business School. What can you uniquely do that the world of tomorrow needs?


Knowledge Sharing 2.0 and the social media genie (PDF-993 KB) 
Christine Van Winkelen, Visiting Academic Fellow, Henley Business School
Jane McKenzie, Professor of Management Knowledge and Learning, Henley Business School


Human Capital Management - Christine Van Winkelen (PDF-1.1 MB) 
Christine Van Winkelen, Visiting Academic Fellow, Henley Business School and Jane McKenzie, Professor of Management Knowledge and Learning, Henley Business School.


Leadership to boost your organisations energy and performance (PDF-434 KB) 
Dr Bernd Vogel, Assistant Professor of Leadership & Organisational Behaviour
Business thinkers suggest organisations should 'mobilise' and executives explain that they are trying to 'activate' their companies.


Successful Change Leadership (PDF-1.3 MB)
Jane Cranwell-Ward, Programme Director. At Henley Business School we go to great lengths to help participants increase their self awareness of their strengths, leadership style, and ways they can play to their strengths to be a successful change leader.


New world, new organisations, new leadership (PDF-314 KB)
Professor Dominic Swords, Professor Christopher Bones and Professor Peter Hawkins
New thinking on how organisations engage with change.


Five routes to Real Leadership Development (PDF-151 KB)
Dr Paul Aitken. Leadership development has reached a critical crossroad. A number of forces; geo-politics, the carbon economy, emerging economic power bases, ideological diversity...


Leading for Sustainability (PDF-906 KB) 
Associate Professor Steve Downing, Associate Professor of Strategy, Henley Business School. A Journey Through the Business Case and Beyond and Inwards -
Sustainability is a large, rapidly growing, critical, complex and contested topic.


Sustainability, responsibility and governance (PDF-350 KB) 
Peter Davis  
The challenges of leading a New thinking on how organisations engage with changen organisation in complex times...

  

Points of view

Being a positive force in leadership (PDF-349 KB) 
Graham Louden-Carter
Perspectives on leadership from Faculty on The Leadership Programme.


Being the best leader you can... (PDF-386 KB)
Dr Suzanne Pollack, Programme Director, The Leadership Programme
Perspectives on leadership from Faculty on The Leadership Programme.


Developing self-awareness (PDF-394KB)
Phil Radcliff, Dr Suzanne Pollack, Peter Holt, Faculty, The Leadership Programme
Perspectives on leadership from Faculty on The Leadership Programme.


The power of relationships in leadership (PDF-443 KB)
Graham Louden-Carter, Faculty, The Leadership Programme
Perspectives on leadership from Faculty on The Leadership Programme.


The future direction of the European Model (PDF-449 KB)
Speech by Professor Chris Bones, Professor John Board, Professor Brian Scott-Quinn, and Professor Peter Hawkins. The text of a special lecture given by Professor Christopher Bones, Dean, Henley Business School at the Alpbach Economic Forum.


The Henley Manifesto: Restoring Confidence in UK PLC (PDF-491 KB)
Professor John Board, Professor Chris Bones, Professor Stephen Lee, Associate Professor Kevin Money, Professor Brian Scott-Quinn. Four short essays on the key drivers that will ensure that we rebuild the reputation of both the UK's financial services sector...


Leadership and Authenticity (PDF-2.4 MB)  
Professor Chris Bones, Dean, Henley Business School
There is an increasing focus on leadership at all levels in organisations.


On the Bridge Over Troubled Waters (PDF-140 KB) 
Professor Stephen Lee.  With businesses having to negotiate stormy economic waters, Stephen explains the leadership and management skills that Board level executives should be demonstrating to help their companies survive and thrive.

Strategic Management white papers

Demystifying strategy by Pr. George Tovstiga (PDF) 
George Tovstiga, Professor of Strategy and Innovation Management
Economies, markets and competitors are moving fast. Theinternational economic crisis has created a state of lingering uncertainty; in fact the only certainty now is that the nature of competition has changed irreversibly..


Successful Change Leadership (PDF-1.3 MB) 
Jane Cranwell-Ward, Programme Director
At Henley Business School we go to great lengths to help participants increase their self awareness of their strengths, leadership style, and ways they can play to their strengths..


Capturing Return on Innovation (PDF-965 KB)
Professor George Tovstiga, Professor of Strategy and Innovation
Why do some companies succeed in turning innovation into profit and others fail? Myths and mystique abound...


Five Lessons in Successful Customer Management (PDF-408 KB) 
Professor Moira Clark, Professor of Strategic Marketing
Customer Management is at a crucial point in its development. It is emerging into, potentially, a management tool of great strategic importance.


Beyond Reputation Measurement (PDF-346 KB) 
Associate Professor Kevin Money, Dr Carola Hillenbrand
Using Reputation to Create Value. Reputation is often defined as a perception of character.


Leading for Sustainability (PDF-906 KB) 
Associate Professor Steve Downing, Associate Professor of Strategy.
A Journey Through the Business Case and Beyond and Inwards. Sustainability is a large, rapidly growing, critical, complex and contested topic.


Sustainability, responsibility and governance (PDF-350 KB)
Peter Davis
The challenges of leading an organisation in complex times
CR and sustainability, properly undertaken, reflect the most important challenge facing managers today: how to manage complexity?

Points of view

MA integration after merger (PDF-436 KB)
Danny A Davies, Programme Director
For a merger or acquisition to achieve its potential it is important for the deal to be well-structured in the fi rst place but it is equally important to plan comprehensively
for the integration of the two businesses - something that is often underestimated.


Many Paths (PDF-311 KB) 
Danny A Davis, Programme Director, Mergers & Acquisitions
Many Paths: alternative integration strategiesand the drivers that make them work.
Integration is the process of pulling things together - combining, mixing, sometimes assimilating two or more entities into one.

Coaching and HR white papers

2011 - Zero Based HR (PDF-622 KB)
David Birchall, Nick Holley and Nick Kemsley
A study by The Centre for HR Excellence at Henley Business School.


Coaching supervision and its use in working with leaders (PDF-417 KB)
Dr Patricia Bossons, Director, Henley Centre for Coaching and Facilitation
The nature of coaching supervision and also extrapolate into the field of leadership.


Real estate leadership: issues and challenges (PDF-391 KB)
Professor Andrew Baum, Professor John Ratcliffe, Ana Silva
The purpose of this research study is to understand more about leaders of the real estate industry.


Resourceful & responsive: the role of HR in a recession (PDF-400 KB)
Nick Holley and Alison Doyle. Now more than ever, as the recession bites, HR as a function faces great challenge but also great opportunity.

  

Points of view

HR – a glimpse of the future? (PDF-325 KB)
Nick Kemsley, Co-Director, The Henley Centre for HR Excellence
Over the last decade or so, HR has striven to re-invent itself, spurred on by a number of key models and benchmarks which, over the same period, have become embedded as the central aspiration of HR functions all over the world.


Point of View - The HR Doctor - Nick Holley (PDF-2.8 MB)
In this series of tongue-in-cheek articles, first published in Personnel. Today, Nick Holley, Director of the Henley Centre for HR Excellence, takes the role of HR Doctor. Nick diagnoses 10 common diseases suffered by HR professionals and the teams they work in and suggests the remedies needed to restore full health.


The challenges of cross-cultural coaching (PDF-380 KB)
Dr Patricia Bossons, Director, The Henley Centre for Coaching & Facilitation, and Denis Sartain. This article is a summary of our reflections from a wide range of cross-cultural coaching experiences which we have encountered...


How HR can be commercial (PDF-416KB)
Professor Dominic Swords. Commercial insight is increasingly sought after amongst HR professionals. They face the challenge of facing in two directions at the same time: one
way to support and facilitate growth and development in the business...


Social Media in HR (PDF-121 KB)
Nick Holley, Programme Director, Henley Business School. Social media; fast moving, evolving, confusing? It's a bit like Marmite - some love it, some hate it. But in the UK anyway social media is a fact of life - both at home and at work... 

Surveys

Coaching teams at work: embryonic but powerful - a new survey by Henley and Lane 
Nick Holley, Director of the Henley Centre for HR Excellence, takes
the role of HR Doctor. Nick diagnoses 10 common diseases suffered by
HR professionals and the teams they work in and suggests the remedies
needed to restore full health. New survey by Henley Business School in partnership with Lane4.


Download the report (PDF-481 KB)
Henley Business School. We asked around 2,500 clients and contacts for their pe

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