RESEARCH

My research focuses on how companies escape the trap of technological redundancy and innovate to retain competitive advantage. This builds on the work of Clayton Christensen’s The Innovator’s Dilemma, and others.

I argue that large, complex organisations – whether corporates or government agencies – only survive if they build a capability to be both fast and slow: to continously improve their business as ususual processes (slow), whilst finding a way to fast-track new idea generation and ingest it effectively (fast). I have studied this phenomenon in a number of complex industries, including media, autonomous mining, infrastructure development, and clean energy.

You can read more about my academic research here.

ACADEMIC RESEARCH PAPERS

CONTRIBUTIONS TO PUBLIC POLICY REPORTS