I am a teacher and lecturer at the University of Auckland, where my main teaching and research activity is in the field of strategy. I am particularly interested in Strategy-as-practice (a practice-based view of strategy), Professional service firms, especially engineering firms, and Innovation as strategy, especially technology roadmapping (TRM).
My consulting activity is focused on strategy for high-technology firms.
I my spare time, I can be found enjoying running, and drinking coffee.
For more detail regarding my teaching, have a look at my Teaching Portfolio. It outlines my perspective and approach to teaching, along with what I actually do. However, it is a little out of date.
I also do a some running, thanks to the encouragement of Andrew.
In what little spare time I have, I have been looking into the history of my family.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the areas in which I consult are general management, strategy, high-technology firms, and professional service firms (especially engineering consultancies).