Matt ThomasTeaching Fellow, PhD student
My research focuses on the way organisations are able to create strategies in dynamic environments. I am interested in the way office spaces affect the strategy making process. At the heart of this research is the possibility that the configuration of our offices might act as a brake on organisation change.
I have returned to University life after a career in business, having held executive roles in two multinationals, as Managing Director of my own firm, and as a senior Strategy Consultant. My experience in business has given me first-hand knowledge of corporate and business unit strategy making in action that has a broad international scope and includes the management of mergers and acquisitions.
The influence of spatial configuration on unconventional strategies
Angwin, D.N., Thomas, M.A., Sailer, K. 10/2017
The Effects of Spatial Configuration on opportunities for Emergent Strategy Making
Angwin, D.N., Thomas, M.A., Dale, K. 08/2017