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Corporate anti-corruption experience
Pyman MAF (2008) Anti-Corruption policies and zero tolerance. Speech to the European Business Ethics Forum, London, January 18, 2008. https://www.markpyman.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/080118-Mark-Pyman-EBEF-speech-Jan-18-2008.pdf
There are other disciplines in which I’ve also been deeply engaged but which were not research-oriented. These were whilst I was a senior executive at Shell International (1985-2003); from leading reviews of many of the UK’s largest capital programmes (part-time 2003-2015), when I was one of the independent review team leaders of the UK Government’s Infrastructure and Projects Authority (here). The competences involved – such as how to change organisations, how to analyse failing systems, how to foster innovative teams, large-scale procurement and large-scale programme management – have all been helpful in understanding corruption reform and advancing better reform techniques.
Pyman MAF (1981) Levels of carbon monoxide experienced whilst cycling in central London. Clean Air, Vol 11 (1), 1981. https://www.markpyman.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Pyman-1981-Levels-of-carbon-monoxide-experienced-cycling-in-central-London.pdf