Andy Binns works with CEOs and senior teams through major strategic transformations. His specialty is working with successful firms to generate momentum for change from a position of strength. Andy has 20 years of experience working as both an external and internal consultant, at McKinsey and IBM, and as a line manager in technology companies. At the IBM Corporation, was given an award by IBM’s Vice-Chairman for his work with IBM’s global ‘emerging business opportunities.’ He leads the Boston-based consulting firm, Change Logic, which applies the research and methods of Andy’s co-founders, Professor Michael Tushman form HBS and Professor Charles O’Reilly from Stanford.
Andy is a frequent guest speaker and lecturer both for companies and business schools. Andy has published widely on the topic of innovation, leadership and transformation. He is a co-author of articles on ‘ambidexterity’ and strategic renewal in the Harvard Business Review and Sloan MIT Management Review, and also, a forthcoming book chapter, with Professor Tushman, on ‘Getting Started with Ambidexterity.’ He attended Sussex University, New York University, the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Loyola University Chicago, and holds degrees in political science, business and organizational psychology.
Andy is a former Chairman of the Board of Stakeholder Forum, a not-for-profit that works on international governance processes on sustainable development. He is an advisor to ‘Social Innovators’ through the Boston-based Social Innovation Forum.
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