Lynn is Subject Area Leader for the Management Challenge and Programme Director for Health and Social Care Management programmes. She teaches on Professional Management Programmes including the MA in Applied Management. She also teaches on the MBA having been a member of Henley Faculty for over 20 years. Past roles have included Subject Area Leader for Dissertations and the Management Challenge, Managing People and Performance, Exams and Electives and Project Leadership.
Lynn has taught both on qualification and non-qualification programmes and also worked with corporates developing tailored qualifications and non-qualification programmes. Her teaching experience is diverse and very international. Her main teaching areas include organisational behaviour and people management, the research process, change and project leadership. She has been an External Examiner for institutions both in the UK and overseas.
Lynn supervises on the DBA programme. She has also played a key role at Henley in terms of academic quality through her work in teaching, learning and assessment. Prior to working with Henley Lynn worked for an Employment Consultancy specialising in supporting organisations to manage and resource IT change projects.
Lynn’s doctorate investigated the understanding of skill and the labour process and her research interests include Leadership and Multi-generational working including Generation Y,the labour process, technology and change and the people elements of project leadership.