Tim Galpin is Senior Lecturer of Strategy and Innovation, Director of the Postgraduate Diploma in Strategy and Innovation at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, best-selling author, Board Member, and an advisor to Boards and senior management.
Tim brings over three decades of practical knowledge and experience, combined with proven approaches and pragmatic tools to his teaching and consulting to organizations in various industries around the world, helping them successfully plan and implement complex efforts including strategy formulation and execution, M&A due diligence and post-deal integration, organizational transformation, and culture change.
Tim’s consulting clients, audiences of his speaking engagements, and participants in his courses gain practical know-how, pragmatic actions, and field-tested approaches and tools to effectively transform their organisations and achieve measurable results.
His advisory services deliver measurable results including cost reduction, sales increase, and productivity improvement typically exceeding planned targets and accelerating projected timelines. His clients have included numerous Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies such as Verizon, Newmont Mining, Harrods, UBS, Bank of America, Woodward, Tampa Electric, Macrovision, and Cargill.
Tim has authored five management books which have been published in six languages. Tim has also written numerous articles for publications including: Mergers & Acquisitions, Strategy & Leadership, Journal of Business Strategy, The Handbook of Business Strategy, and Corporate Governance. Tim is a Contributing Editor of Strategy & Leadership and is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for the Journal of Business Strategy. Tim Galpin’s latest book is Winning at the Acquisition Game, published by Oxford University Press.
Tim has been featured on CNBC, Reuters Television, National Public Radio, and quoted in various publications throughout the world including the Financial Times, Bloomberg, NY Times, and Wired.
Tim Galpin holds a Ph.D. in Organization Development from UCLA and is a former Instructor at the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS).