A business researcher with extensive practical experience and a strong record of leading collaborative, interdisciplinary research efforts across disciplines and geographies. My specialties include business strategy, operational transformation, corporate governance issues, leadership, sustainability, and market research.
My research draws on a strong background of inductive, deductive, quantitative, and qualitative research methods, often blending those approaches to deliver novel insights and actionable, profitable analyses. I am especially adept in qualitative inductive synthesis methodologies that address the dynamically changing face of ICT in a global, interdisciplinary context.
I also draw on my extensive practical experience as a board member and business consultant. This background allows me to conduct distinctly insightful and relevant research on business strategy, leadership, entrepreneurship, sustainability, finance, business phase transition, and wide-ranging market research.
I am available as a visiting lecturer on-site or online. I also make time to collaborate on select academic work including research projects, academic boards, and thesis supervision.
2022 - Present
Woolf University / Hesse College