Andrew Mayo has been a Fellow and Programme Director for in-company programmes at the Centre for Management Development at London Business School since 1995. Andrew is also Associate Professor of Human Capital Management at Middlesex University Business School, teaching Masters’ students in HRM. He has been designer and academic director of the Masters in Management Learning and Development for the Euro-Arab Management School. Andrew is President of the HR Society and on the boards of three HR services companies.
He is a consultant, speaker, writer and facilitator in international human resources management. His specialism is in working with senior HR professionals on issues of strategic HRM – particularly in partnering the business operations. This includes People Strategy, People Metrics, People and Performance, Talent Management, Managing Change, Workforce Planning and Knowledge Management. He works with line managers on similar issues where appropriate – helping them understand the way to manage people as “assets” and to make the right demands of HR.
Andrew does run open seminars but mostly works on client customised programmes and in consultancy. He has worked with a number of business schools and a very wide range of organisations both private and public. Some examples are Coors Brewery, Ericsson, Exxon Mobil, Saudi Aramco, Rasgas, Ove Arup, Kingfisher, 3M, KONE, Masterfoods, Ordnance Survey, Environment Agency, Lloyds Bank, Easyjet, Centrica, Novo Nordisk and Thames Valley Housing.
For nearly thirty years, Andrew worked in major international organisations, in manufacturing, marketing and HR posts, in the chemical, IT and telecoms industries. His last appointment was Director of Human Resource Development for the ICL Group.
Since 1995 he has been working in consultancy and executive learning. He has contributed to conferences or run workshops in strategic aspects of HRM, in the UK and many other European countries, Egypt, Jordan, Iran, UAE, Turkey, Cyprus, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and India.
He is part time Professor of Human Capital Management at Middlesex University Business School and works there with postgraduate students from around the world. He is President of the UK-based HR Society and former Chairman of the corporate members group of European Foundation of Management Development. For the last five years he has been in the top 25 of “Most Influential People in HR” as published by Human Resources magazine.
He is the author of many articles and five books – “Managing Careers – Strategies for Organisations” (1991) and (with Elizabeth Lank) “The Power of Learning” (1994), “Creating a Training and Development Strategy” (1998, 2nd edition 2004), “The Human Value of the Enterprise – Valuing People as Assets” ( 2001, reprinted 2003 and 2006) and “Return on HR investment” (2004). His new book “Managing People as Assets” is scheduled for October 2011.