Taylor and Francis is pleased to announce the appointment of Innovation: Organization and Management’s new Co-Editor, starting January 2022. Llewellyn Thomas will be joining current editor Nelson Phillips, as Co-Editor.
Dr Llewellyn Thomas is an Associate Professor at IESE Business School in Barcelona and a Visiting Professor at Imperial College Business School. His research interests lie in the co-evolutionary processes that lead to successful innovation and entrepreneurship in digital economy contexts. He has published in the Journal of Management, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Management Studies, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, International Journal of Management Reviews, Industrial and Corporate Change, Technovation, and Academy of Management Perspectives.
Before becoming an academic, he founded several companies, as well as being a management consultant specializing in competitive and operational strategy in financial services contexts, both for his own consultancy, and as information strategy lead at the consultants BearingPoint UK. Before venturing into management consultancy, he was Product Strategy Director EMEA at Hummingbird, a Canadian multinational software company, and Solutions Director at Valid Information Systems, an information management software company based in London, UK.
He holds a PhD from Imperial College London, an MBA (with Distinction) from Bayes (formerly Cass) Business School, UK, and both LLB(Hons) and BA(Hons) from the University of Sydney, Australia.
About the journal
Innovation: Organization & Management (IOM) publishes outstanding research on innovation within and across organizations. The Journal addresses scholars in management, strategy, innovation, entrepreneurship, organizational theory and organizational behaviour, and welcomes manuscripts grounded in diverse disciplinary, theoretical and methodological traditions. The Journal publishes both empirical and theoretical contributions that are highly relevant and methodologically robust. The Editors-in-Chief particularly encourage manuscripts that break new ground theoretically – even if they are methodologically risky – or use non-mainstream and innovative approaches.