- Professor John Hendry, MA, MSc, PhD, DIC.
Fellow of Girton College, University of Cambridge.
Professor Emeritus of Management at Henley Business School, University of Reading.
- Managing Director, Lombridge Pro Bono.
Director, Jamie Hendry Productions Ltd.
Director, Proscenium Arts Ltd
Director, Class 6 Productions Ltd.
Born 1952, Aberdeenshire. Father Ian Hendry (statistician, papermaker, manager). Mother Jean Hendry (teacher). Two brothers. Married Dee (school principal) 1981. Two sons: Jamie (theatre producer), Simon (sound designer). Two daughters-in-law; Annaliese and Katie (candle maker).
Educated: Davenies Preparatory, RGS HIgh Wycombe, Wanstead High, St Catharine’s College Cambridge (MA mathematics), Imperial College (MSc history of science, PhD history and foundations of quantum mechanics).
Ilford Ltd (operational research scientist, computer programmer).
Touche Ross & Co (trainee accountant).
University College of London, Department of Anatomy (Wellcome Research Fellow in History of Medicine).
Imperial College, Department of History of Science (Postdoctoral Researcher).
Atomic Energy Authority, Official Historian’s Office (Research Fellow).
London Business School (ESRC Fellow in Business History).
Cranfield School of Management (Lecturer in Strategic Management).
University of Cambridge, Institute of Management Studies / Judge Business School. (1990-1998 Director of MBA Course, 1998-2000: University Lecturer in Strategic Management).
University of Cambridge, Girton College (1990-98 Professorial Fellow, 1998-2013 Supernumerary Fellow, 2013- Life Fellow).
University of Notre Dame, Mendoza School of Business (Adjunct Professor in Business Ethics).
Birkbeck, University of London, Department of Management (Reader / Professor in Management).
Brunel University Business School (Research Professor in Business Ethics / Director of Research).
University of Reading (Professor of Management; 2005-08 Head of University of Reading Business School; 2008-12 Deputy Dean and Faculty Director of Research, Henley Business School).