Prof. Keith GoodallPhD, Cambridge University
Areas of Expertise：
Management of Organizations, Strategic Talent Management, Leading Culture Change, Analyzing Organizational Change
Consulting and Executive Education Experience:
Professor Goodall has provided training and consulting services for international companies including GE, Sanofi, Johnson and Johnson, KPMG, Deloitte, Bayer-Schering, Emirates Bank, Maersk, AP Moller Terminals, NTT Docomo, Powergen, Rohde & Schwarz, Siemens, BASF, Rhône-Poulenc, Honeywell, L'Oreal, Lufthansa German Airlines, Deutsche Bank, Hewlett Packard, Maersk, Nestle and the Italian national energy company, ENI.
The Chinese companies he has worked with include SAIC, Bank of China and China Life Insurance. He is currently working with Sany on their senior leader development programme.
He has also carried out training, research and consultancy work in a number of other countries including Colombia, Australia, Zambia, Malawi, Nigeria, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and Mozambique. He has worked with the telecommunications company MTS in Moscow on leading culture change and with the Oil Services company TSC in Beijing on analysing organisational change.
EMBA Programs:Skolkovo Business School (Moscow)
In-company Program:Skolkovo Business School (Moscow)
Selected Teaching and Professional Awards:
Alumni Award, Skolkovo Moscow School of Business EMBA (2014)
Research and Publications:
His research has been published in academic journals including the International Journal of Human Resource Management, the Asia Pacific Business Review, Organisation Studies and the Journal of World Business. With Professor Malcolm Warner he edited and contributed to ‘Management Training and Development in China: Educating Managers in a Globalized Economy’ published by Routledge. He has developed case studies with Kodak (China), Lafarge, AsiaEC and Vanke and has received various awards for his teaching.
Professor Goodall has worked with a number of Russian companies in the power, telecommunications, oil and gas sectors.