Professor Dan Denison

Professor Dan Denison

Professor of Management and Organization, IMD, Lausanne

Dan has been directly associated with us since 1999, working on common projects through Denison Consulting and using Denison Culture and Leadership tools.

As Professor of Management and Organisation, in Lausanne, Dan brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of Europe, Asia and developing leaders.

Dr. Charlie Watts

Dr. Charlie Watts

Professor Supply Chain Management, John Carroll University

Charlie has been directly associated with us since 2002 working on Goldratt’s Thinking Processes, Systems Thinking and Theory of Constraints.

As Professor of Supply Chain Management at John Carroll, USA, Charlie brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of the USA and developing leaders to use systems thinking tools

Extraordinary Professor Shirley Zinn

International Author – Swimming Upstream; Adjunct Professor – University of Cape Town; Extraordinary Professor – University of Pretoria; Non-Exec Director – Boston Consulting Group; Faculty – Duke Corporate Education.

Shirley has been directly associated with us since 2004/5 at her time as GM – Human Resources with SARS (South African Revenue Services) where Shirley oversaw the implementation of IPMS toolkits and programmes commencing with the SARS Commissioner and the 18 GM’s, through to the top 600 managers.

As a global leader, speaker and authority on strategic leadership, strategic HR and organisational transformation, Shirley brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our faculty. Her new book ‘Swimming Upstream’ is a must-read for those aspiring to be authentic leaders.

Di Timberlake

Global Master Trainer in IPMS Toolkits

15 years a Master trainer of IPMS programmes with decades of business and commercial experience in banking, retail, pharmaceuticals and construction . Di has a brilliant track record in leadership and management training and joined IPMS in 2005.

Di specialises in delivery, running workshops for leaders to learn and grow in an environment of creativity and trust. Her students deliver excellent assignments and results through their people. It’s Di’s ability to develop leaders as teachers who in turn develop an ability to transfer knowledge and skills to their people, that sets her apart. She defines this as her critical success factor.

Di is also the Training Director in her own highly successful business, Strategy International.