Alison Reynolds

Alison is a Member of Faculty and Programme Director at Ashridge Executive Education where she designs and delivers executive education and consulting initiatives. In November 2018 Alison was announced on the Thinkers50 Radar, recognising her work on Cognitive Diversity. Alison is an active researcher and writer. Her work features consistently in Harvard Business Review and she has two forthcoming books ‘What Philosophy can teach us about leadership’ published by Kogan Page in September 2019. ‘The Qi Effect: Unlocking the Power of Interaction’ published by Unbound.

Stay connected:

Featured Stories:


Popular articles

Hybrid IT Infrastructure: Integrating On-Premises and Cloud Solutions

Blending traditional on-site tech with cloud services creates a...

Why APIs are the new frontier in cloud security

Organisations are seeing a proliferation of APIs (Application Programming...

Tackling AI challenges in ethics, data, and collaboration

We can safely say that artificial intelligence (AI) was...

The evolution of the CISO

What began as a technical innovation on the hacker...

Building Trust: Uniting Developers & AppSec Teams

The relationship between developers and security teams has typically...

Subscribe to our Newsletter