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This took him all over the world wherever the question of older people in industry arose.In the USA, he worked with the US Department of Labor, integrating underprivileged members of the community whose talents would otherwise have gone to waste.Having an interest in group and individual behaviour, Meredith and Eunice, along with Bill Hartston (a mathematician and international chess master), Jeanne Fisher (an anthropologist) and Roger Mottram (an occupational psychologist) began planning a research project to study management teams in action.Together, the research team selected managers from a number of organisations, who completed a battery of psychometric tests: some well-known, others derived by Meredith himself.
In 1981, Meredith Belbin expounded Team Role theory in his seminal book, “Management Teams: Why They Succeed or Fail”.
Rusal, a Russian aluminium company, embraced Meredith’s philosophy with regards to organisational structure as well as individual difference.
Today, Meredith still plays an active role at Belbin Associates.
Meredith Belbin was thirteen years of age when the Second World War broke out.
Living in an area that became known as “Bomb” Alley in Sevenoaks, Meredith refused to be evacuated with his mother and sisters, preferring to continue with his education at the Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe, where he was already receiving glowing reports from the headmaster.
Eunice Belbin was working as a director at the Industrial Training Research Unit (ITRU), a government-funded body set up as a result of the Industrial Training Act.