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Rob Goffee

Rob Goffee

Consulting and management development experience
Language : English

  • Categories

  • Administration, Governance & Politics
    • Politics
  • Management
    • Change Management
    • Performance Management
  • Sustainable Entrepreneurship
    • Climate Change
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Employability

  • Lecture
  • Consultancy
  • Subjects

  • Organisational change
  • Management development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business formation and growth
  • Managerial careers

Rob Goffee is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School. He has held positions in a number of other universities, most recently as Visiting Professor at the Australian Graduate School of Management, University of New South Wales. He was Director of the Accelerated Development Programme from 1989-91 and has been a member of the Governing Body. He is currently Director of the Innovation Exchange of London Business School. Rob has extensive consulting and management

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Rob Goffee is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School. He has held positions in a number of other universities, most recently as Visiting Professor at the Australian Graduate School of Management, University of New South Wales. He was Director of the Accelerated Development Programme from 1989-91 and has been a member of the Governing Body. He is currently Director of the Innovation Exchange of London Business School.

Rob has extensive consulting and management development experience with a number of major international companies. His consultancy interests are in the areas of organisational change and management development.

His research and publications are on the subjects of entrepreneurship, business formation and growth, and managerial careers. He has published seven books including: Entrepreneurship in Europe; Women in Charge; Reluctant Managers and Corporate Realities. His latest book is "The Character of a Corporation" published by Harper Business, September 1998.

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