Dr. Peter Honey is a psychologist who began work as an independent management consultant in 1969. He specializes in all aspects of human behavior and its consequences. He regularly conducts programs on developing interactive skills, creative thinking, and problem solving. He is a member of the British Psychological Society and the Institute of Management Consultants. He is a fellow of the RSA, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, the Institute of Management Consultants, and the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning. He was a founder member of the distinguished group that produced A Declaration on Learning, is a patron of the Campaign for Learning, and a trustee of the Lifelong Learning Foundation and the Prisoners' Education Trust. Dr. Honey is a dedicated lifelong learner and has written well over 20 books, numerous articles, and has a regular column in "Training Journal."
Alan Mumford, D.Litt. is a UK-based consultant, researcher, and author whose main focus is on how senior executives learn. His work takes him to countries as diverse as Nepal, Australia, South Africa, Finland, and the United States. His prime interests are covered in his books "How Managers Can Develop Managers" and "Learning at the Top." Mr. Mumford has been involved with management training and development and with other aspects of managerial effectiveness for more than 20 years. At present, he is visiting pofessor of management development at Interactive Management Centre. He is continually involved in improving the ways in which most managers learn (in particular through their normal work).