Lynda Gratton

Lynda Gratton

Author

Lynda Gratton was named one of the top 15 business thinkers in the world by the Harvard Business Review and The Times. She is Professor of Management Practice at London Business School where she runs the world’s leading program on human resources. The Founder of The Hot Spots Movement, she has led the Future of Work Consortium for over 5 years, bringing together executives from more than 60 companies.

Lynda is a Fellow of the World Economic Forum and has chaired the WEF Council on Leadership. She chairs the Drucker prize panel and is on the governing body of London Business School. Lynda has won the Tata prize (India), the CCL prize (US), the HR prize (Australia), and is the annual Fellow of NAHR.

She has written extensively about the interface between people and organizations. Her eight books have been translated into more than 15 languages. Lynda’s case on BP won the EECH best case of the year, her article on ‘signature processes’ won the MIT Sloan award, and in 2012 The Shiftreceived the best business book of the year in Japan. Lynda’s book The Key(published 2014) looks at the impact of the changing world on corporate practices, processes and leadership.

Her latest work, The 100-Year Life, co-written with Andrew Scott, was published in June 2016, and has been shortlisted for The FT’s Business Book of the Year award.

Publications

Lynda Gratton @lyndagratton

No it’s ok - mountains bigger than the waves - always!

Congratulations to latest @RWTH_TIME doctor, Christian Burmeister with his work on openness in business models

⁦@lyndagratton⁩ It’s not only one stakeholder that will support effective lifelong learning- we must work together #ICAM2019

The New Education Agenda: ✅ Human Strengths ✅ Lifelong Learning ✅ Multi-stage Life ✅ Collaborative ✅ Credentials @lyndagratton @LBS #ICAM2019 @AACSBevents

We are living longer in an era of intense disruption and continuous change. We don’t need 10 year strategic plans, people need to be upskilled and re-skilled now. #Bschools need to help them do that. | @lyndagratton #icam2019 @AACSBevents #lifelonglearning

5 key focuses for ⭐️The New Education Agenda⭐️: focus on core human strengths, become age agnostic, support a multistage life, create a collaborative system of educational providers, and build stackable and portable credentials. #ICAM19

Great to be talking at #AACSB today - Business schools must support people to prepare for the future

"In fact, as the 21st century advances, staff are likely to feel a more intense pressure to put in extra hours and to demonstrate usefulness, as machines take on humdrum tasks. "

@rahafharfoush @JuliaKirby
@jhagel #GPDF19 @lyndagratton https://t.co/xB7VZHvByn

Fascinating chart on how100m times vary by age for fittest in world. Neat way inferring how much physical slowdown due to ageing&how much behaviour/sedentary lifestyle “regular exercise more effective than any drug..prevent conditions facing older people” https://t.co/NQ4KZVc6j6

Benefits of #FourDayWeek could be better health, better ideas and could even help us live until 100. Encouraging debate @guardianlive with @askpang @The_TUC @lyndagratton @BritSafe

Great events - in gorgeous Venice - fascinating conversations

@lyndagratton leaves delegate with food for thought: 1: forget age and family stereotypes 2. Ignore generation labels- we all want the same thing and 3. Look forward to a wonderful life! #INREVevents

Everyone’s discussing #futureofwork, #robotics, #AI and 4th industrial revolution, however there is an insufficient discussion on how to transition - as individuals, biz & govt. @lyndagratton, @Dlancefield and I discussed this on a recent podcast https://t.co/vwsRMczo9J

Really looking forward to our mindset conference at London Business School - #LBSmindsets

What a pleasure and privilege to be here! Listened to the very insightful @lyndagratton #oraclewomenlead @oraclewomenlead

Great evening at the Guardian @guardian

Noo - move away from that cooker Candace

We’re moving to a more fluid, flexible, multistage & maybe fragile life. Therefore managing transitions becomes more important. Enriching discussion on how to do this with @lyndagratton @LBS & @bhushansethi1 @PwC in my latest Transformation Talks #podcast
https://t.co/tBGyuGFTmp

Revisiting this brief conversation I had with @lyndagratton about the importance of friendship in a #100yearlife https://t.co/v6YI9sjm5v