Dr Meredith Belbin
Dr Meredith Belbin graduated in Classics and Psychology at Clare College, Cambridge and gained his second degree for his doctoral dissertation on Older Workers in Industry.
After training at the Institute of Engineering Production at Birmingham and a Research Fellowship at Cranfield, he became a management consultant working in a wide range of industries. Later he returned to Cambridge to become, in turn, Chairman of the Industrial Training Research Unit, Director of the Employment Development Unit, the first lay member in Cambridgeshire of the Lord Chancellor's Advisory Panel on the Appointment of Magistrates and Senior Associate of the Institute of Management Studies in Cambridge. He has recently been appointed Visiting Professor and Honorary Fellow of Henley Management College.
Meredith's books include: Management Teams: Why They Succeed Or Fail (1981), The Job Promoters (1990), Team Roles At Work (1993), The Coming Shape Of Organization (1996), Changing The Way We Work (1997), Beyond the Team (2000), Managing without Power (2001) and The Evolution of Human Behaviour (2006). The Belbin Guide to Succeeding at Work, written in collaboration with the Belbin team, was published in March 2008.
In a consulting capacity, Dr Belbin has advised the OECD, the US Department of Labor, the Commission of the EEC and many manufacturing companies and public service organisations. He is currently a Partner in Belbin Associates and is active on the international lecturing circuit.
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