BSc(Hons), ACIB, MCT, PGCHE
- An investment banker in London, seconded to New York and Sydney.
- A corporate treasurer primarily leading complex structured finance arrangements for IT services.
- A Finance Director.
- Now a qualified professional coach, provider of leadership development programmes and university researcher and lecturer.
The value to organisations of International Assignment/expatriate (IA) programmes.
Organisations predominantly remain incapable of demonstrating the value of their IA programmes. They are based on a belief-system and the management of these programmes is generally through cost not value. I am interested in what the value is, how it is created and where it sits, and hence ultimately how we can help organisations evaluate and increase the positive impact of IAs.
- Renshaw P St J, Parry, E. and Dickmann, M. (2018) The Value of International Assignments as Microfoundations of Dynamic Capabilities. [Conference Paper] EURAM 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland.
- Renshaw P St J, and Robinson, J. (2018) Standing in the Shoes of Giants: Teaching Research Philosophy. [Conference Paper] BAM 2018 Bristol, UK.
- Renshaw P. St J, Parry, E. and Dickmann, M. (2017) Seconded National Experts and global mobility – Extending the paradigm. Thunderbird International Business Review – Special Edition. https://doi.org/10.1002/tie.21951.
- Renshaw, P St J. (2017) Listen up to manage down. Financial World. April/May p40-41.
- Renshaw, P St J. (2017) Trends in Managing International Assignments – It’s All About Value. ADIT Voice Issue 2. p5-7. Available at http://www.taxadvisermagazine.com/article/trends-managing-international-assignments-%E2%80%93-it%E2%80%99s-all-about-value
- Renshaw P St J, Dickmann, M and Parry, E. (2017) The Organisational Value of International Assignments – A Systematic Literature Review. [Conference Paper Submission.] EURAM 2017, Glasgow, UK.
- Renshaw, P. St J. (2016) Seconded National Experts and Global Mobility - extending the paradigm. [Conference Paper] EIASM 6th Workshop on Expatriation, Catania, Italy.
- Renshaw, P. St J., Dickmann, M., and Holland, D. (2016) Between two worlds: coaching employees on international assignment. Coaching Today. Issue 19. p20-24
- Renshaw, P. (2016) A surprising link between creating global leaders and social value. Social Value and Intangibles Review, April 2016, p42-44. https://issuu.com/seratio/docs/social_value_and_intangibles_review_ea9ffb20c4eb9d.
- Renshaw, P. (2016) The value of an international assignment is as important as the cost, Professional Outsourcing Resources’
- Renshaw, P. (2016) Tripping up, Accounting and Business, March 2016, p62-3. http://abuk.accaglobal.com/#!edition/com.contentment.publication.56cf38adad878f0f00c0fa76/article/56cf38adad878f0f00c0fa9c
- Renshaw, P. (2015) FEM EMEA Summit Nov 2015 - An Academic lens on proceedings.
- Renshaw, P. St. J (2015) Seconded National Experts and Global Mobility - a working paper. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers2.cfm?abstract_id=2628706
- Renshaw, P. (2015) See the other side. The Treasurer. May p34-35. https://www.treasurers.org/ACTmedia/May15TTsecondments34-35.pdf.
- Renshaw, P., Dickmann, M. and Ghobadian, A. (2015) How secondments could improve regulation. The Banker. March. p10. http://www.thebanker.com/Comment/Bracken/How-secondments-could-improve-regulation
- Renshaw, P. and Ghobadian, A. (2014) An infusion of the new. Financial World. December 2014/January 2015, p57-60. http://www.academia.edu/19680316/An_Infusion_of_the_new
- Renshaw, P. (2013) The death of the lecture. The Journal of Professional Scholarship in Banking and Finance. Volume 1, p62-71. http://www.libf.ac.uk/docs/default-source/research/Journal-of-professional-scholarship-in-banking-finance/the-journal-of-professional-scholarship-in-banking-and-finance-vol-1.pdf?sfvrsn=0
- Renshaw, P and Holland D (2013). Secondments: A Missed Opportunity? Centre for Progressive Leadership. London Metropolitan University. http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/media/london-metropolitan-university/london-met-documents/faculties/guildhall-faculty-of-business-and-law/london-metropolitan-business-school/research-centres/cpl/publications/CPL-White-Paper---Secondments,-A-missed-Opportunity-(Renshaw-and-Holland).pdf
Why I Chose Cranfield
People and Human Resource Management