Professor Richard Scase, Emeritus Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the University of Kent, is one of the world’s leading business forecasters – able to speak and write authoritatively on the broadest global trends while leaving even the most specialised audience with relevant, useful and inspirational advice.
He has a geographical breadth of experience ranging from his duties as Emeritus Professor of Organisational Change at the University of Kent and visiting professorships at the University of London, Beijing University, Auckland (New Zealand), and Monash University (Australia).
Richard Scase is a man of many parts. Not only an academic at Kent University but also a business, speaker, entrepreneur and author.
Richard has made around 1,000 presentations in nearly 40 countries. He is always on the go, jetting to Shanghai, for example, to make an afternoon presentation, or to venues in Europe, South Africa or Scandinavia.
He is currently working with Chinese entrepreneurs at the University of Oxford, developing strategies to internationalise their businesses. Locally, Richard was a founding director of the first commercial radio station to broadcast in Kent (now Heart FM) and the co-founder and shareholder of an online management training company. He has been rated one of the most influential people in British human resource management in a Personnel Today poll. In addition, he is a former winner of the prestigious European Business Speaker of the Year Award.