I’m a London-based strategy consultant, author, and professor. I specialize in designing organizations that are resilient to and benefit from uncertainty. I’ve spent over a decade working with the food and beverage industry and am also active in legal technology, structured data, and regenerative agriculture.
I work with businesses and non-profits to make them more innovative and resilient in uncertain environments. Find out more about my consulting work here.
My first book, The Uncertainty Mindset, is about how uncertainty can be used to drive innovation and adaptability. It’s based on years of research with some of the world’s most innovative culinary R&D teams and will be published by Columbia University Press in July. You can get the book here.
I also write a weekly newsletter about not-knowing, which you can read more about here.
I’ve also made a free tool to help small F&B businesses think about adapting their business models to survive coronavirus disruption. You can find that here.
Since 2013, I’ve been an assistant professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at University College London’s School of Management. Learn more about my research and teaching here.