Strategy Foresight Ltd is an innovative technology company that develops solutions to help organisations improve their decision making under conditions of uncertainty and complexity. These solutions support senior leadership tasked with a critical series of difficult-to-quantify, complex and interconnected problems.
Rather than being overwhelmed by the complexity and magnitude of the topic, our mission is to creatively use technologies to enable decision makers to start considering better options.
Strategy Foresight's approach focuses on our customers' most critical issues and opportunities in strategy modelling, business contingency planning, policy and stakeholder analysis, organisational design and restructuring and technological forecasting across all industries and geographies.
The decision-support platform combines qualitative and quantitative data into a single easy-to-use visually interactive tool.
Founder and MD
Bruce has over forty years’ experience as a director and consultant in the international corporate sector of the Europe and the Middle East. An early career in marketing planning, regional pricing and evaluating new markets, was followed by experience as a start-up entrepreneur and turn-around specialist. At Strategy Foresight, he deals with problem analysis for complex decisions taken under uncertainty.
He has recently completed a PhD research programme at Imperial College London. His research embraces problem structuring and decision support methods as pertaining to creativity and innovation in the engineering/design sector – with special emphasis on applying morphological analysis. He has published and presented at conferences on his specialist area of study. The PhD programme has helped to re-enforce SFL's research-based ethos.
Dr David Campbell has spent the last 25 years working across the pharmaceutical sector. Initially as an academic, David spent several years support early stage research organisations at SmithKline Beecham and then GSK implement new technology and improve decision making. Following a successful career in the industry David continued to support the industry as a senior advisor to mid-cap and large-cap pharmaceutical organisation on corporate strategy, portfolio management, commercial strategy and business development and licensing.
Today, David works more closely with younger, start-up life science organisations across the UK and Europe.
Giles’s career spans science, engineering and government. He lectures on management and heads the advanced decision making module in the MA Leadership and Management programme at Lord Ashcroft International Business School. His work for defence ministries led to his representing the UK government on strategic exports and non-proliferation. Giles served on the committee for export denial and was liaison between the Export Control Organisation and GCHQ on information security. He later worked on air cargo risk management for the US Department of Homeland Security.
Jeremy is a senior legal consultant advising on shareholder structure, board remuneration, management incentives, employee share plans, advisory employment law and corporate law issues. Jeremy also advises on fund raising. He has over 19 years’ experience advising international businesses on legal and management issues and has led teams at US and UK law firms as well as Ernst & Young LLP. Until recently he was head of UK incentives at Reed Smith LLP.
Professor Peter Childs
Peter is Head of the Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London. His interests include creativity & application of creativity tools, mechanical & product design, sustainable energy & system design. Formerly the director of InQbate, government funded Centre of Excellence in Teaching & Learning in Creativity, he then proceeded to the Rolls-Royce supported University Technology Centre for Aero-Thermal Systems. He is the course director for Innovation Design Engineering & Global Innovation Design double Masters run with the Royal College of Art.
Brenda King MBE
Brenda is a member of the Third Sector Forum that advises the Government on Social Mobility and advises universities on their Widening Participation initiatives. Brenda is a UK representative on the Brussels-based European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) which is a consultative body that gives representatives of Europe’s socio-occupational interest groups, and others, a formal platform to express their points of views on EU issues. Its opinions are forwarded to the larger institutions – the Council, the Commission and the European Parliament. It thus has a key role to play in the Union’s decision-making process.
Dr Wes Harry
Wes is a leading professional in international institution building. Strategic and general management, OD and International Human Resource Management bringing substantial improvements to the means of helping people contribute to long term organisational success.