Dr. Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge

Dr. Mee-Yan Cheung Judge is known as a 'scholar-educator-practitioner' in the field of Organisation Development.  She has worked directly with a number of organisations across sectors, industry and global regions to deliver powerful transformational change, which is what she is known for.  She led one of the world's largest changes at the BBC - involving 17,000 people to co-construct the future of the BBC; she has led major cultural change in a number of global pharmaceutical, retail, energy and media organisations.  Mee-Yan was the lead consultant to transform the state-owned multi-media organisation in the United Arab Emirates over 24 months; for 3 years she was the senior international consultant to lead the State of Singapore in their nation-wide public service transformation programme (2012-2015).


Mee-Yan is a senior visiting Fellow of the Roffey Park Management Institute, and the Singapore Civil Service College: a guest faculty on the Gestalt Certificate Programme in the UK, and a faculty of the Duke University Executive Programme.  She is a professional member of the NTL Institute, was a trustee on the Board of the ODN in the US.  She founded the OD Network in Europe, which she remains as a special advisor.  She is the author of a number of OD articles, books and reports and has been a member of the editorial board of the Journal of OD Practitioner since 2014.  She was voted by UK HR Magazine as one of the top influential thinkers in the field of HR in 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.  In October 2013, she was presented with the highest award by the Organisation Development Network in the USA - the Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the field of OD globally.  In August 2016, she was presented with the Richard Beckhard Award for Contribution to the Field of OD by the IODA which is the global OD professional association.