Paul Griffith Ashridge Business School

Paul Griffith Ashridge Business School

Paul Griffith

Paul Griffith

MEng, MBA, ACGI, MCIM

Paul Griffith has a focus in strategy, innovation, marketing and entrepreneurship. He works with organisations in the private and public sector such as: Astra Zeneca, Barclays Bank, Coral – Gala, Erste Bank, Imperial Tobacco, KPN, PPG Industries, Senior, Skanska, Dubai Government. As the Head of the Open leadership team he contributes to programmes including: Senior Executive Programme, Driving Growth & Innovation, Marketing Drivers, Management Development Programme and the Fast-Track Advanced Management Programme.

Paul was a Vice President at Inmarsat where he was responsible for the global portfolio and as a member of the executive leadership team, taking the business through a private equity transaction and subsequent IPO. He has held leadership roles for global enterprises, start up and turnaround businesses including BT, FirstMark and Datapoint. He began his career in the oil and gas sector for Air Products.

He has a MEng in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College and MBA (Distinction) from London Business School.

About Ashridge Busines School

Ashridge Executive Education, formerly Ashridge Business School, is a non-profit making organization, near Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, England. Ashridge is part of Hult International Business School, and changed its name to Ashridge Executive Education following the operational merger between the two business schools in 2015. Its activities include open and tailored executive education programmes, MBA, MSc and Diploma qualifications, organisation consulting, applied research and online learning. Ashridge works with private and public organisations from around the world. The triple accredited school is based at Ashridge House, one of the largest Gothic Revival country houses in England. Ashridge Executive Education’s campus is a grade 1 listed building.

It is one of eight members of the newly formed Independent Universities Group, whose objective is to differentiate their academic credentials from the more commercial elements of the alternative sector.