Nigel Holden is a retired business school professor who has worked in the UK, Germany and Denmark. His last appointment was as a Visiting Research Fellow at Leeds University Business School. A widely-travelled management researcher and educator, he has given lectures and keynote addresses all over the world. Nigel has written and/or co-authored four books on culture and management in international business and has had published more than a hundred academic articles - as well as more than 30 book chapters - on his fields of specialisation: cross-cultural management, knowledge management, international marketing, management change in Russia and East/Central Europe, marketing in Japan, management terminology in various languages, intercultural business communication, talent management and business history. Gerhard Fieseler: The man behind the Storch is his first book in the field of military history.
Winner of the May 2018 Book of the Month award. * Aeroplane
I am not sure that I would have liked him if I met him but dull he is not. I quickly began to understand the author Nigel Holden's interest in him. * Army Rumour Service *
This, the first complete biography of Fieseler's life in English, is long overdue. * Classic Wings *
... a fascinating insight into a remarkable man and company successful in bizarre and evil times. * Flightpath Magazine *
It is always interesting to know what the idea was behind something great, and here we get a decent insight on the history of the Storch creation. We all like to read such things from insider view, right? * DetailScaleView *