My doctoral research is concerned with how technologies shape the practice of strategy.
Prior to entering academia, I worked for nearly 20 years in the pharmaceutical industry. My managerial experience covers R&D management, product & portfolio strategy, commercial launch planning, pharmaceutical pricing and market access, sales management, and technology licensing.
Originally trained in the biomedical sciences, I also hold a PhD in Cellular and Molecular Physiology from the University of Liverpool (United Kingdom) which I gained in 1998.
Strategy-as-practice, technology and organisation, philosophy of technology.