Lubbock Lecture in Management Studies: John Neill
The tea lady and the till lady
John Neill will discuss how culture still trumps everything in a world of fast changing technology.
About the speaker
John Neill began his career in General Motors before joining British Leyland, where he was responsible for building the Unipart brand into one of Britain’s best known and most trusted brands. In 1987 he led the Management Buyout of the company, transforming it from its origins into a global manufacturing, logistics and consulting business while at the same time building the Unipart Way ecosystem, now widely used throughout the company and amongst its clients.
He is an Executive Board Member of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Vice-President of The Institute of the Motor Industry and a council member of the Institute of Directors. John is also a Vice-President of BEN.
The seminar is open for anyone to attend and will take place at the School followed by a short networking drinks reception until around 7.30pm. Please remember that registration is required to attend this event.
Seating will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis in the main auditorium. If the event is oversubscribed the talk will be beamed live in to an adjoining room and there will be a facility to submit questions at the end of the talk. Late arrivals will be directed to this space so that the talk is not disrupted.