Caroline Copeman

Caroline is a Senior Visiting Fellow at Cass Business School. She works on a range of consultancy and leadership development assignments with clients such as The Scout Association, NUS and Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
Caroline Copeman

Caroline teaches on the Cass MSc and works as a consultant within Cass Business School’s Centre for Charity Effectiveness, specialising in strategy development, governance and change management; her focus is on working with boards and leadership teams to bring about greater impact for beneficiaries.

Caroline has an MBA from Henley Management College and is the lead author of the highly regarded strategic planning toolkit, ‘Tools for Tomorrow’, as well as author of two NCVO guides: ‘Looking Out; how to make sense of your organisation’s environment’ and ‘Picture This’ on scenario planning.

She is co-author of ‘Tools for Success’, Cass CCE’s guide to effectiveness for small organisations. Caroline is lead consultant for Hospice UK’s Board Development Programme and has written or co-authored many of Hospice UK’s Good Practice Guides for hospice boards and trustees. 

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