Tim possesses academic experience combined with extensive international professional experience as a management consultant and senior executive. Throughout his career he has provided advice to boards and senior management in various industries around the world, helping them to successfully plan and implement complex efforts, including M&A due diligence and integration, strategy formulation and execution, business restructuring, and organisational culture change.
With over three decades of international professional experience including as a Partner of Booz Allen Hamilton and Pritchett Management Consultancies. Tim Galpin regularly consults to boards and senior management in various industries around the world. Tim helps management to successfully plan and implement complex efforts, including strategy formulation and execution, M&A due diligence and integration, business restructuring, and organizational culture change. His clients have included numerous Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies including: Verizon, Newmont Mining, Harrods, UBS, Bank of America, Woodward, Tampa Electric, Macrovision, and Cargill.
In his current position, Tim is responsible for teaching undergraduate, MBA, and executive courses in strategy, mergers and acquisitions, entrepreneurship, organisational behaviour, and leadership.
Tim Galpin holds a Ph.D. in Organization Development from UCLA and is a former Instructor at the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS).
Pinar completed her PhD at the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) at the Stanford University Management Science and Engineering Department, and also holds a Master of Science and dual Bachelor’s degrees from Stanford.
At Stanford, Pinar directed the AEA Stanford Executive Institute, a summer executive program for the high tech industry for three consecutive years. Pinar has also acted as a Director for the Stanford University Entrepreneurship Corner Initiative and helped create the Stanford Entrepreneurship Corner for entrepreneurship educators worldwide.
Pinar has been teaching in the areas of Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Technology Management, and Change Management in MBA, MSc, PhD, Executive MBA, and Open and In-Company Executive Programs. Over the years, she has received multiple teaching awards. She has extensive expertise in executive and online education.
Pinar has consulted technology start-ups and large firms in Silicon Valley and Europe. In areas that include: electronic payments, wireless technologies, peer-to-peer technologies, and social media. Her clients have included; Citibank, Coca Cola, Electronic Arts, KPMG, Razorfish, Saatchi and Saatchi London, Telefonica, Unilever.
Tim has also served as Adviser to the IMF, the Asian Development Bank, the UN Secretariat and other UN organisations, the Mekong River Commission, the UK’s Department for International Development, and the Isle of Man Treasury. He was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2014
Peter contributes to leadership development programmes at a number of institutions, including the Leadership Academy Saïd Business School, the Institute of Public Administration (Ireland), the Treasury, the Patent Office, the National Offender Management Service, Aspirant Directors of Public Health and Leaders in Children Services.
Peter is the author of The Quiet Heart: Putting Stress in its Place, which describes a highly effective approach to stress management and personal development, using techniques based on neuroscience, clinical chronobiology, mindfulness, and positive and motivational psychology to enhance well-being, leadership and performance under pressure and in crisis.
Dr Peter is an honorary clinical specialist in sleep medicine at University College London Hospitals
He is a founding co-editor of the Journal of Leadership published by Sage and founding co-organiser of the International Conference in Researching Leadership.
He collaborates with the National Institutes of Health in the United States, the National Institutes of Health Research in the United Kingdom, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research in Canada, and Harvard University. He has won three teaching awards, appears regularly on television, and has written for the Times, the Huffington Post, and The Conversation.
He has degrees from Dartmouth College, the London School of Economics, and the University of Oxford.
Paul has featured in mainstream global media such as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Sunday Times of India, CNBC, China Daily, the Economist, Business Week and multiple e-media. He has written 17 books on Brand Strategy and Management.
Public sector organizations for which he has consulted include ADB, APEC, ASEAN, OIC, UNCTAD, GCC and the Governments of Brunei, Canada, Dubai, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Oman, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, UAE and the United Kingdom. In addition he has worked with Innovation UK, the UK Civil Service, the UK Prime Minister’s Office, the World Bank, and European Union (EU). He has also worked with many ministries, departments, statutory bodies and GLC’s in Asian countries.
Corporate clients include Coca-Cola Corporation, Carlsberg, Credit Suisse, Microsoft, Bank of China, BMW, BP, Carlsberg, Intel, Unilever, Interfreight Logistics, Jiuda Water Treatment Co. Ltd, Intel, Dubai Aluminium, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dunhill, Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts, Renault, Marks and Spencer, MTV, Capital Land, Goldman Sachs, McKinsey & Company, Maybank, Sime Darby Group, Faber Group, Opus, Ogilvy & Mather, Fleishman Hillard, Standard Chartered Bank, Fraser & Neave, Flextech Holdings, Great Eastern, Mercedes Benz, Motorola, Marie Claire, JTC, Suzuki, Kao, Panasonic, IBTC Group, TDK, Raffles International Hotels, Rolls-Royce, Singapore Technologies, Song Da Group, Times Publishing Group, Cerebos Asia-Pacific, Pensonic Holdings, Petronas, Singapore Telecoms, Westpac, Volvo and many more.
Dr. Temporal was educated at Leeds and Oxford Universities in the UK, and holds Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degrees in Management, a degree in Economics, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education.
Paul is an Associate Fellow at Saïd Business School and Green Templeton College in the University of Oxford and a Visiting Professor at Peking University HSBC Business School, Shenzhen, China.
She has held advisory positions both at the U.K and foreign governments on several very high-profile cases.
Programme Director of the Oxford Programme on Negotiation, which he has helped to design and develop since its inception in 2004.
Michael has provided cross-cultural training in more than 30 countries to organisations including Nokia, the World Bank, Microsoft and Rolls-Royce. Michael holds an MA from University of Oxford.