Lisa works with leading Business Schools to enhance their programme portfolios either to develop new or revitalise existing offerings, enabling them to ensure their programmes attract the best students and executive participants.

Services include:

  • Reviewing and updating programme portfolios
  • Developing both degree and executive education programmes – classroom,
    online and hybrid
  • Best practice research and market analysis consulting
  • Writing “showcase” articles/case studies for marketing collateral
  • Programme management including executive coaching and interpreting NEO PI-R personality inventories to groups and individuals


Professor Testimonials

"I worked with Lisa over several months as we reviewed and redesigned the Full Time MBA. As a consultant to the project, Lisa was thorough and diligent, providing challenging and useful insights into the process. As a result of her research we were able to develop a clear vision of where we wanted to take the programme and make strategic choices that have ensured that it has remained one of the top MBA programmes in the world. We’ve since worked together on a desk based research exercise to assess our programme credit structure – the project required a quick turnaround and a deep analysis that enabled us to develop a new credit based framework, which we will look to embed in very near future

Stephen Chadwick

Executive Director, Operations, London Business School

"I have commissioned Lisa for various different consulting and writing projects. I have always been impressed with her knowledge of the business education market which has provided my team with valuable insights and suggestions. She communicates easily and effectively with professional staff at all levels, I have found her to have a real understanding of faculty and their motivations. Lisa has always been engaging, dynamic and enthusiastic, making her very easy to work with on even the most challenging projects

Caroline Williams

Associate Director, Open Programmes, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford