Dr. Robert Rosenfeld, BA, MBA, PhD – Senior Associate
Robert has broad international business experience having worked at a senior level with an impressive client list for over 20 years. He is a Visiting Fellow in the Centre for Creativity, Strategy & Change at Warwick Business School, an Associate of the Organization Studies Research Group at Aston Business School and Visiting Professor in the School of International Management at the Ecole Nationale des Ponts & Chaussées (Paris). Among numerous other publications, Robert is the author of Organisational Behaviour (Wolsey Hall, 1985) andManaging Organisations (McGraw-Hill, 1990, co-authored with David Wilson). He is a member of the American Marketing Association, Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society and the Long Range Planning Society.
Professor Robert Cochrane, MA (Cantab) – Senior Associate
Robert Cochrane has worked in over 40 countries as a management consultant, passenger and freight transport consultant and civil engineer. He currently provides training and consulting advice in major project management and dispute resolution and in transport forecasting and management. In parallel, he carries out research in transport forecasting and economics as a Visiting Professor at Imperial College London and as a Visiting Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics.
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Alejandro Serralde - Latin America (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Decebal Marin, BA - Romania & Eastern Europe (Decebalm@corporatedynamics.ro)
Erik van Nieuwenhuizen - The Netherlands and France (email@example.com)
George Campbell, BA, M.Ad.- Western Canada (George.Campbell@fall-line.ca)
Gilbert Cheung, PhD - China (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Marc Bayer – Germany, Luxemburg and Austria (MB@MarcBayer.de)
Peter Nixon, BBA, MSc, CA - Southeast Asia (Peter.Nixon@PotentialDialogue.com)
Sarah Padfield - Eastern Canada & USA (email@example.com)
Tony Farugia - Australasia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Robin is the author or co-author of nine books, published in a range of languages including Chinese, Russian, Korean, Vietnamese, Polish, Dutch and Romanian. His most recent books are Performance: The secrets of successful behaviour (Pearson/FT) and Who Are Your Best People? How to find, measure and manage your top talent (Pearson/FT), co-authored with Chris Dunn.(see the news and articles page on this site)
His managerial career was centred in financial services. He was President of BGH Central Atlantic, pension fund managers, and Senior Vice-President of Central Capital Corporation, responsible for investment management and merchant banking. His other senior corporate roles include Director of Development of the Regina-Hill Group, and Director of the Centre for Management Development at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
He has also had a distinguished career as an academic. Robin holds an honours economics degree, an MBA, and a PhD in organisational psychology. He was awarded a Chair in Organisational Behaviour in 1980 and has held Professorships or Visiting Professorships at a number of universities in Canada (Acadia, Concordia, Memorial, and Saint Mary’s) and the UK (Warwick, Aston, and Oxford).
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Lorna brings a wealth of international management experience to BSS. She has had a highly successful career in the airline industry, including over 20 years in the UK and overseas with British Airways. As a senior manager she was responsible for the formulation and implementation of major sales and marketing strategies including developing customer relationship and key account management structures. She ran duty free worldwide for BA and contributed 10% to its net profit. An alumna of Cranfield and the London Business School, Lorna has also been heavily involved in strategic alliances and partnerships across a global network, and has first hand knowledge of the complexities, challenges and opportunities raised through working across different organisations and cultures.
Philip Cresswell, MA - Director
With an MA from Brasenose College, Oxford, Philip Cresswell began his career as a Chartered Accountant and spent seven years with KPMG, becoming a Senior Manager and leading the development of commercial applications for new information technology. Specialising in financial databases, financial and statistical modeling and reporting, he has done a considerable amount of consultancy with a variety of professional firms and is co-author of the Law Society's two guides on computing.