L Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge
Dr L Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge is an academic-practitioner. Her areas of specialisation and expertise are in Organisation Development; working with complex system change programmes; Senior Leadership Development; and Diversity and Inclusion. She led the world’s largest change in BBC – involving 17,000 people to co-construct the future of BBC; she has led on major cultural change in a number of global pharmaceutical organisations; she has turned around a number of retail operations in their efficiency and profitability; she led a team to transform the state-owned multi-media organisation in UAE over 24 months, etc. She is currently supporting and leading Singapore’s state-wide public service transformation programme. She is known to build in the D&I value in all her OD projects. Mee-Yan teaches on major governmental and corporate Top Management Programmes. She is a Visiting Fellow of Roffey Park Institute in UK, a Senior Fellow of the Singapore Civil Service College, the Dean of the UK NTL OD certificate programme, and a faculty of the Duke University Executive Leadership Programme. She is a professional member of the NTL Institute, was an international trustee on the Board of the Organisation Development Network. Currently she is on the editorial board of the journal – Organisation Development Practitioner. In October 2013, she was presented with the Life Time Achievement Award by the Organisation Development Network in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the field of OD globally. In 2014, she was rated as one of the top 10 most influential thinkers in HR by the UK HR magazine.