Research Fellow in Technology and Entrepreneurship
Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Jack's research explores the dynamics of strategy and entrepreneurship in markets shaped and altered by technology.
His work draws on theories of social cognition to explore how organisations develop, capitalise on, and respond to, substantive technological change. His research uses both ethnographic and archival techniques to uncover the dynamics of innovation at an individual and organisational level.
Jack’s research has been published in Long Range Planning and the Academy of Management Proceedings. His work has been awarded funding from the University of Cambridge and the Economic and Social Research Council. His current pipeline of work has been nominated for a Best Paper award with the Managerial and Organizational Cognition division at the Academy of Management, and has been shortlisted for a Best Student-Led Paper at the Academy of Management.
Prior to joining Saïd Business School Jack completed his doctorate at the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, from which he also holds an MPhil in Innovation, Strategy and Organization. Jack previously worked as a strategy consultant, and as a policy advisor to the UK Cabinet Office.
Jack continues to engage with practice through his teaching, for which he was twice awarded the CJBS Teaching Award. He is currently a Tutor with Creative Destruction Lab, working with both MBA students and entrepreneurs developing artificial intelligence-led ventures.