Professor Mark Dodgson researches, teaches, advises and writes about innovation. He is Director of the Technology and Innovation Management Centre at the University of Queensland Business School, and Visiting Professor at Imperial College Business School, London. He is a founding director of the Think, Play, Do Group, an innovation advisory company, and is non-executive director of Nestlé Australia. He has advised numerous companies and governments throughout Europe, Asia and North and South America and has researched and taught innovation in over 50 countries.
He has produced 11 books and over 100 academic articles and book chapters on innovation. His latest books are High-Tech Entrepreneurship in Asia (with Marina Zhang), published by Edward Elgar; The Management of Technological Innovation (with David Gann and Ammon Salter), and Innovation: A Very Short Introduction (with David Gann), both published by Oxford University Press. He is currently editing The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management (with David Gann and Nelson Phillips), also for OUP.
Mark is Editor-in-Chief of Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice an academic journal he founded 16 years ago that particularly addresses innovation in developing economies. He is a regular commentator in the Australian national press, writing on business, innovation and higher education. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.