David Grayson

David Grayson CBE is professor of corporate responsibility at Cranfield University School of Management. He joined management education in 2007 after a 30-year career as a social entrepreneur and campaigner for responsible business and diversity. This included founding Project North East (now PNE Group), an economic development social enterprise; and serving as a managing director of Business in the Community. David has been a visiting senior fellow at the CSR Initiative of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and has chaired or served on various charity, social enterprise and public sector boards. He currently chairs the national charity Carers UK. David has written several books on responsible business, sustainability and social “intrapreneurism”. David’s latest book: “Take Care: How to be a great employer for working carers”, was published in July 2017.

Latest Articles by David Grayson

  1. Carers, working carers, responsible employers, diversity & inclusion

    11 September, 2017

    Why every board should care about their working carers

    With at least one in nine employees in the average UK workforce being a carer for a loved one, boards should value and support these employee carers—or risk losing them, which impacts upon business and society.