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Prof. Chris Bones

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • MA
  • honorary doctorate
    University of Aberdeen
  • MBA
    Henley Business School
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Emerging World
www.emergingworld.com, 23 Aug 2014 [cached]
Professor Chris Bones Chris Bones is professor of Creativity and Leadership at Manchester Business School and Dean Emeritus of the Henley Business School where he led the merger of Henley Management College and the University of Reading, now one of Europe's leading institutions. Chris is an independent director of the UK's Agricultural and Horticultural Development Board, a Trustee of the Terrence Higgins Trust Chair of the Supervisory Group of AIESEC International and a regular media contributor on management and leadership topics. He has recently been voted in the top five most influential HR thinkers in the UK over the past five years.
Professor Christopher Bones joins the Board of Directors of The Working Manager Ltd - Training Press Releases
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Professor Christopher Bones joins the Board of Directors of The Working Manager Ltd Professor Christopher Bones joins the Board of Directors of The Working Manager Ltd - Training Press Releases
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Professor Christopher Bones joins the Board of Directors of The Working Manager Ltd
Cirencester, UK » 03 Aug 2010 » Training Press Releases » The Working Manager
Leading OD strategic thinker, Professor Christopher Bones, is appointed non executive Director at The Working Manager Ltd (TWM).
Christopher Bones MA, CCIM, FRSA, FCIPD
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Christopher Bones MA, CCIM, FRSA, FCIPD
Internationally renowned and a leading strategic thinker in the OD and Leadership Talent Development arena, Professor Christopher Bones, currently Dean of Henley Business School has underpinned his interest in the application of bespoke online solutions, to assist with major OD and L & D initiatives, by accepting a non executive Directorship with The Working Manager Ltd.
Before taking up his post as Dean of Henley Business School, Christopher was Principal of Henley Management College from 2004-2008.
Prior to this, he was Director of Group Organisation with Cadbury Schweppes and before this he spent 12 years in various senior executive roles in Diageo PLC.
Christopher Bones was recently called upon to advise the Government, the Bank of England and both major opposition parties (now our Coalition Government) on the aftermath of the banking crisis and on the implications for takeover legislation following the acquisition of Cadbury plc by Kraft.
Soon to take on a new role, as Professor of Leadership at Manchester Business School, Christopher is no stranger to the huge OD challenges facing both national and global corporations. Massively changing conditions are leading organisations to find more efficient ways of deploying human capital strategies which directly address their business needs.
Christopher says: "With more and more organisations looking at new technology to assist with their OD and Talent Development initiatives, I am delighted to be joining the board of a UK based company which I believe has taken huge strides in the journey needed to provide solutions which sustain leaning and personal development demanded by a business need.
"I have been most impressed by TWM's ability to attract the long term interest of some very big organisations and clearly their methodology and approach is working. It is possible to provide all employees access to personal development in rapid time at low cost," he continued.
As holder of a personal chair at Henley in the practice of management Christopher will be advising the board of The Working Manager on a wide range of topics within the personal development arena as well as the company's corporate development strategy.
Professor Chris Bones
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Professor Chris Bones
Non-Executive Director
Chris was appointed Principal of Henley Management College in January 2005 and appointed Dean of the Henley Business School on 1st August 2008. Previously Group Organisation Effectiveness and Development Director for Cadbury Schweppes, Chris took responsibility for Executive Education and Development Culture, Communications, Change, Knowledge Management and Capability Development. In his 22 years in business Chris has worked for Shell, Diageo (both in Grand Met and Guinness) and Cadbury Schweppes progressing through management teams in brewing, retailing and property to Board roles covering Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific. He has a reputation as a leading practitioner in executive education and development, change and HR strategy.
Chris writes a regular column for HR magazine and is a highly regarded speaker at international conferences on change, HR strategy and employment branding.
Chris was recently called upon to advise the Government, the Bank of England and both major opposition parties (now our Coalition Government) in the aftermath of the banking crisis. He was a member of the Budd Commission on impartiality in the BBC's coverage of business news in 2006. He is a Board member of the Skills for Government, the sector skills council for the Civil Service, Chair of the Supervisory Board of AIESEC International, a member of the Advisory Board of Saville, PLC and an Independent Non Executive Director of the Agricultural and Horticultural Levy Board.
Professor Dominic Swords, Professor ...
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Professor Dominic Swords, Professor Christopher Bones and Professor Peter Hawkins.
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Speech by Professor Chris Bones, Professor John Board, Professor Brian Scott-Quinn, and Professor Peter Hawkins.
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The text of a special lecture given by Professor Christopher Bones, Dean, Henley Business School at the Alpbach Economic Forum...
Point of View - MA integration after merger cover The Henley Manifesto - Restoring Confidence in UK PLC - Download now » Professor John Board, Professor Chris Bones, Professor Stephen Lee, Associate Professor Kevin Money, Professor Brian Scott-Quinn.
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Professor Chris Bones, Dean, Henley Business School
Chris ...
www.goodgrowth.co.uk, 22 July 2014 [cached]
Chris Bones
Professor Chris Bones
Chris Bones is the lead for our strategic alignment work and is responsible for the commercial and organisation analysis that underpins our projects. Chris developed the Customer to Action™ model and, as an organisation and change strategist with a global commercial brand background, he advises clients on strategic implementation, change and organisation alignment. After working in energy, brewing and retail, Chris had a global career in fmcg with senior HR roles in Diageo and Cadbury Schweppes. He became the first non-academic Dean of Henley Business School - one of the world's major business schools - which, under his leadership, boasted a 'world top 20' ranked MBA. A noted columnist and broadcaster, his latest book 'The Cult of the Leader' won the CMI/British Library 'Management Book of the Year' prize in 2012. Chris graduated with an MA and was also recently awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Aberdeen. He is also the Professor of Creativity and Leadership at Manchester Business School.
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