For over a decade, Indy has been preoccupied with the twin problems of culture and the future pose for businesses. An MIT graduate, work has taken him to seven countries across three continents, in roles as diverse as technical management and sports photography. Immediately prior to KILN he spent over 5 years consulting with corporations on cultural problems. As KILN’s Chief Scanner, Indy plays a pivotal role curating IdeaKeg and formulating a sustainable team process for FuseTrail that can work across cultural settings.
Indy’s book When Culture Matters: A 55-Minute Guide to better cross-cultural communication was published in mid 2012.
Indy is qualified to consult on culture using the Hofstede© Model and using Sense-Maker™ to capture weak signals within company cultures.
As a Centre for Innovations in Health Management associate, Indy has investigated and published on management paradigms in health services across Europe.
A decade earlier, Indy was an aerospace engineer working spacecraft landing gear at MIT…while earning a combined degree in Engineering and Film during the first decade of MIT's renowned Media Lab.
Fast-forward to 2000, and Indy was a live action photographer pioneering SLR solutions for real-time 360-degree capture of human movement…in between stints in the dugout documenting FA Cup matches.
By 2002, Indy had become a technologist in a groundbreaking internet media streaming company. The buzz of the start-up, the grind of the fast-growing business and the convulsions of corporate acquisition made for a rich mix. Determined to focus on business, Indy took an MBA at University of Leeds in 2005.
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