Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, founder, Quality & Equality


Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge
Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, founder, Quality & Equality
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Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge is the creator and driving force behind Quality & Equality, which she founded in 1987 after a distinguished career in both academia and in business.Her areas of expertise are organisational development; working with complex system change programmes; culture transformation; senior leadership development; and diversity and inclusion. She has worked with more than 350 clients across the public and private sectors.

Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge's commitment to facilitating and supporting major change programmes stems from her theoretical training in organisational development, her practitioner’s experience of strategic change projects, and her belief that change should be synonymous with development.

Achievements include leading the BBC’s 17,000-people-strong change programme, and has overseen similar projects for global pharmaceuticals. She has helped to turn around a number of retailers in terms of efficiency and profitability, and led a team to rescue the UAE's state-owned media organisation. In 2013, she was appointed as international senior advisor to the state of Singapore to oversee its public service transformation programme.

Cheung-Judge is a visiting fellow of Roffey Park management institute, a senior fellow of Civil Service College Singapore, dean of the NTL/Q&E OD Certificate programme, and a faculty of the Duke University Executive Leadership Programme. She is a professional member of the NTL Institute, and was an international trustee on the board of the Organisation Development Network (and is now a special advisor).

As well as a number of OD articles, she has written several books, most recently co-authoring Organization Development: A Practitioner’s Guide for OD and HR. Cheung-Judge has been voted by HR magazine as a top 25 most influential thinker in the UK four times.

In 2013, she was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Organisation Development Network in recognition of her long service.

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