Brad re-joined UNSW following a 20-year corporate career. Brad’s research interest is the leadership of organisational change, with a focus on the ingredients for success. He currently works with Health@Business researchers to bring his commercial acumen to bear. Working with research teams, we foster insight, apply commercial thinking, create mutually beneficial partnerships, and, in doing so, bring ideas to fruition. His teaching interest covers leadership, management, the future of work, problem solving and negotiation.
During his corporate time, Brad was a Deal lead at Capita Plc. and a Partner at Stroud Consulting. He worked with government and private sector clients to build partnerships that transformed their operations, delivering step change improvements in cost base and better services for all. Government services included Health, Social Services, Environment agency and Local Government. Example private clients include Ford, Akzo Nobel, Heinz, Ryvita, Uncle Tobys, Westinghouse, Cordenka and CVC Capital Partners.
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