Charles Hampden-Turner

Charles Hampden-Turner is a British national and is currently based at the University of Cambridge Judge Institute of Management Studies. He received his masters and doctorate degrees from the Harvard Business School and was the recipient of the Douglas McGregor Memorial Award, as well as the Columbia University Prize for the Study of the Corporation.

He won Guggenheim, Rockefeller and Ford Foundation Fellowships and has worked as a consultant for Shell, BP, Digital Equipment, The Economic Council of Canada, the BBC, Philips, Nissan, DSM, Dow Chemical, AMD, Sematech and Apple computers among others.

Charles Hampden-Turner joined us in 1990. He has conducted research throughout Europe and North America and is the author of nine books, including: Maps of the Mind, MacMillan (1981), translated into French, German and Dutch, Charting the Corporate Mind, Basil Blackwell and the Free Press (1990) and Corporate Culture: Vicious and Virtuous Circles. He has worked with Fons Trompenaars on The Seven Cultures of Capitalism, Mastering the Infinite Game, Building Cross-Cultural Competence and 21 Leaders for the 21st Century.

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  • New study: Culture, not technology, determines digital transformation success - Enterprise Innovation November 21, 2018
    Enterprise InnovationNew study: Culture, not technology, determines digital transformation successEnterprise InnovationThe study was conducted in partnership with Fons Trompenaars of Trompenaars Hampden-Turner (THT) and is based on quantitative and qualitative insight from 48 C-suite leaders and 401 anonymous executives. Culture determines transformation, no […]
  • Want digital transformation to succeed? Get leaders to champion it through actions - Human Resources Online November 21, 2018
    Human Resources OnlineWant digital transformation to succeed? Get leaders to champion it through actionsHuman Resources OnlineThe study entitled “Cultural Transformation in the Digital World” was conducted in partnership with Fons Trompenaars of Trompenaars Hampden-Turner (THT) and is based on quantitative and qualitative insight from 48 C-suite leaders and […]
  • New study: Culture determines digital transformation success - Perspectives@SMU November 20, 2018
    New study: Culture determines digital transformation successPerspectives@SMUSingapore, 20 November 2018 (Tuesday) – Singapore Management University – Executive Development (SMU-ExD), Tata Communications, DBS Bank and KPMG in Singapore today launched a new study entitled ‘Cultural Transformation in the Digital …and more » For the full article, please see here […]
  • 面對兩難的時候,你怎麼辦? - Cheers快樂工作人雜誌 November 7, 2018
    Cheers快樂工作人雜誌面對兩難的時候,你怎麼辦?Cheers快樂工作人雜誌本身具有荷法血統,並在華頓商學院完成博士論文的湯本納斯博士(Dr.Trompenaars)以及英國出身,在哈佛任教、旅居多年的杭普頓透納博士(Dr.Hampden-Turner),根據本身的歐洲背景,以及在美國的經驗,深入研究了企業最常面對的文化議題。 他們以史托佛提出 … For the full article, please see here: https://ift.tt/2QqFxTY […]
  • Where Are All The Happy Retirees? - Forbes November 1, 2018
    ForbesWhere Are All The Happy Retirees?ForbesFor reference, I pulled out the results from an older book (1998) on cultural differences, Riding the Waves of Culture, by Fons Trompenaars and Charles Hampden-Turner. Survey data from 50-some countries asking people whether they “believe what … For the full article, please see here: https://ift.tt/2qmTVBv […]