Richard Pettinger, Chloe Daniel
Richard Pettinger is Principal Teaching Fellow (Reader) in Management Education at University College London (UCL), where he is the director of the undergraduate and graduate programmes in information management for business, in the UCL Department of Management Science and Innovation.
Richard is the author of over fifty books and numerous papers on all parts of the subject of management. His research interests are privatisation and restructuring, the effects of organisation and human behaviour on decision taking in organisations, and the development of a professional and agreed body of knowledge and expertise for the ‘profession of management’.
Richard is visiting professor of management at the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland. He continues to research write and consult with companies and organisations of all sizes and in many different sectors. He regularly is asked to join panels and conferences as keynote speaker, conference and session chair and expert contributor.
Chloë has run and helped set up a number of businesses – a specialised education consultancy, a network for high achieving graduates, an innovative online job referral platform and a publishing business. Her expertise lies in management, structuring start ups, and getting brilliant ideas off the ground. Her parallel focus right now is writing a series of education books and growing her publishing business. Chloë studied History and German at Oxford University and started her career at an internationally renowned literary agency.