Currently associated with Martin Prosperity Institute and the Michael Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship as the Director, he is a competitiveness expert, writer, and much-trusted global strategy advisor. He was the Dean before working as the Director, for around 25 years, prior to which he served as the Director in a worldwide technique counseling firm situated in Cambridge, where he served as co-leader of the firm for a long time.
He owns an amazing research work in the fields of Country Competitiveness, Integrative Thinking, Business Design, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Strategy. He pens expansively and is a customary benefactor to the Conversation blog in Harvard Business Review, the Guardian Sustainable Business, and the Judgment Call segment of Financial Times. He has poised 23 articles for Harvard Business Review and published 10 books. Furthermore, he co-edited a book published in 2013.
He climbed from sixth position in 2011 to third in 2013 on the Thinkers50 list. He was named one of the 27 most influential and leading designers on the planet by Business Week in 2010. Moreover, he works for various open boards: Canadian Credit Management Foundation, Skoll Foundation, Bridgespan Group, and Tennis Canada. He is an MBA from the Harvard Business School.