I contributed to a bit of thinking and writing earlier this year with some of the leading players in Arthur D Little’s Technology and Innovation practice:


How best to access radical innovation by partnering in the context of a broad ecosystem – not just working with the obvious suspects in the supply chain, and then how to think through the implications and management of doing this.


The article then picked up by Forbes:


(Image courtesy of Martin Granjean under CC BY-SA 3.0)


Earlier this year I really enjoyed working with Charles Featherston from the Centre for Science and Innovation Policy looking at how best to develop strategies for emerging technologies – see

Fascinating to explore the effectiveness of convening key stakeholders and questions of legitimacy and power in the context of emergence and uncertainty – and how the structure of the message is so crucial to its effectiveness.  Context matters.