The authors identify the steps taken, the managerial process created and the lessons learnt in developing and implementing the strategy. The aim is to contribute to a wider discussion on innovation in the infrastructure community: shifting from mantras about the intrinsic benefits of innovation to evidence about the most effective methods for managing it. Tim DeBarro is an experienced project management professional with a proven ability for working with senior management teams to lead, develop and deliver major infrastructure programmes and projects in complex stakeholder environments.
He brings over 15 years experience from roles in consultancy and construction organisations in the UK and globally. At Crossrail, he was responsible for resolving significant and emerging programme wide risks and issues raised and prioritised by the Programme Director and Executive.
Tim is a Nichols Innovation Champion, providing thought leadership, knowledge sharing and ensuring innovation is at the heart of all Nichols work. Andrew graduated from Southampton University in with a first class honours degree in Civil Engineering. International Journal of Technology Management 17 6 , , The Journal of Development Studies 30 4 , , The project-based organisation: an ideal form for managing complex products and systems?
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His research interests include innovation processes in East and South East Asia focusing on technological progress and strategy within local firms and multinational corporations. I especially believe that the theoretical focus on CoPS seems to be timely and appropriate. Industrial and corporate change 14 6 , , Gann, D. Technological discontinuities and the challenge for incumbent firms: Destruction, disruption or creative accumulation?
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