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ISSUE FIVE • January 2019

/ Student Experience

Professors in Practice An initiative bringing world-class practitioner expertise into the University.

The Business School is leveraging its excellent connections in the implementation of the University’s new initiative Professors in Practice. Professors in Practice has been designed to recognise the expertise and experiences of senior professionals across a wide variety of disciplines and sectors, by enabling such individuals to share their skills directly with students, bringing public distinction and practical insights to the classroom. Over the last couple of months the School has confirmed the appointment of five high profile individuals from a range of backgrounds who all have senior level management experience and success in their respective fields in common. The new professors who have joined the faculty on a fixedtenure basis are Danny Griffiths, Andrew Harrison, Carl Hunter, Rupert Hoogewerf and Andrew Wright.

(L-R) Full-time MBA Student Yuta Kabasawa, Andrew Harrison and Full-time MBA Student TShego Malinga

Danny Griffiths is currently the Director of Human Resources at the UK Ministry of Defence Equipment & Support and was a former Vice President of European Business & Organisational Transformation and former Global Head of Labour Relations and MD of Nissan Europe. Danny is an experienced and highly respected senior HR practitioner with significant knowledge of all aspects of strategic and operational human capital management. A leader of talent management initiatives regionally and globally and seen as an industrial/employee relations expert with previous purchasing and supply chain experience both in automotive and in retail environments.

Profile for Durham University Business School

Impact magazine Issue 5  

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