I work and teach in the field of organizational strategy. My particular interest is in the discipline of Strategy-As-Practice – understanding what strategists do as well as the how and why of their activities. If you are interested in a brief overview of the field and why I think it is important, you can read about those thoughts here.
My teaching and research are inextricably linked. My particular interest is in the intersection between the discipline area of strategy, and the scholarship of Learning and Teaching. If you would like to find out more, or join our group, please use the contact form below.
I write primarily about organisational strategy, my teaching practice and the research that I’m undertaking. You can read my latest posts by clicking on the ‘latest thinking‘ menu item at the top of this page.
I’m also interested in efficacy – particularly when it comes to my work and private life. I’m constantly looking at ways to balance efficient processes with outcomes. Being efficient isn’t necessarily a good thing. If you become efficient at the wrong thing you just get further and further away from your ultimate goal. I explore this balance in my ongoing “Adventures in Extreme Productivity” project.