I am a lapsed systems engineer, a recovering management consultant and a practising behavioural scientist.
My work focuses on how individuals and organizations can thrive – not just survive – in the face of complexity.
I am a Visiting Professor of Psychological and Behavioural Science at the London School of Economics. I hold a PhD in Organizational Behaviour from Harvard Business School and an MA in Systems Engineering from the University of Cambridge.
I have taught executive education programmes in conjunction with Cambridge Judge Business School, Columbia Business School, Harvard Business School, the MIT Sloan School of Management and the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Organisations I have advised include: ArcelorMittal, BBC, BCG, BP, Cisco, Daimler, Deloitte, eBay, e.ON, Google, HP, HSBC, Ketchum, Microsoft, McCann-Erickson, NATO, Pearson, Reed Elsevier, Société Générale, Sony, Swiss Re, UK Cabinet Office, Unilever & Walmart.
I co-authored Strategic Decision Making: A Discovery-Led Approach to Critical Choices in Turbulent Times, published by Kogan Page in 2018.