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Andrew Mayo

Associate Professor, Middlesex Business School, UK
Andrew MayoAndrew Mayo

Andrew Mayo is associate professor of human capital management at Middlesex Business School, where he teaches human resource strategy, and his main research interest is in people-related measures. He is also a fellow and program director for in-company programs at the Centre for Management Development at the London Business School, where he has worked since 1996. He runs his own consultancy company, MLI Ltd (Mayo Learning International), specializing in organizational strategies for growing human capital and translating the rhetoric of “people are our most important asset” into reality. Mayo is president of the HR Society in the United Kingdom and is a frequent speaker at conferences around the world.


Articles by this Author

  • The Human Value of the Enterprise
    by Andrew Mayo
    Our people are our most important asset. This frequent statement from chief executives is often received with justifiable cynicism. The problem is that people within an organization do not always experience decisions and policies in their everyday work life that support such a belief. The accountant who once described people to me (admittedly with a smile) as “costs walking about on legs” is often closer to the reality of organizational...

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