Andrew Gaule Granted the Title of Visiting Fellow in Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour
6 March 2018
Andrew Gaule has been granted the title of Visiting Fellow at Henley Business School in the area of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour. An alumnus of Henley Business School’s MBA programme, having graduated in 2000, Andrew has been working globally with senior executives in leading corporates, investment funds and start-ups. The key area he has been addressing is the change related to connecting technology and new business models affecting industries like automotive, energy, consumer, defence, finance, health, property and various government sectors.
Andrew Gaule is the author of the definitive book ‘Open Innovation in Action – How to be Strategic in the Search for New Sources of Value’. In 2017 he released ‘Purpose to Performance: Innovative New Value Chains’ as a leaders’ guide to making corporate innovation and venturing more strategic and financially rewarding. Andrew concluded a book tour in 2017 covering California, Moscow, London, Shanghai, Beijing and New York. He has led programs in Europe, USA and China and is a frequent conference speaker.
Andrew has an economics degree from St John’s College, Cambridge, is a qualified chartered management accountant is a Director of AIMAVA Limited. He leads the Henley Alumni Business and Technology Special Interest Group, is business angel investor and a founding member of the Henley Business Angels. Andrew also has a podcast channel which has featured over 80 executive interviews and is passionate about encouraging innovation, entrepreneurship and charity giving, resulting in him launching UpStart4StartUps, an initiative to involve children in working with adults and corporates to experience entrepreneurship and gain an understanding of business.
Andrew received testimonials from a number of notable corporate collaborators:
Dr. Mehmood Khan, Vice-Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer of PepsiCo: “In ‘Purpose to Performance: Innovative New Value Chains’, Andrew outlines a path to corporate venturing that helps large corporates ensure they are connected to the new technologies that will be their future growth engines.”
Sue Siegel, Chief Innovation Officer and CEO of GE Ventures: “It should be required reading for all corporate innovation leaders!”
Jurek Sikorski, Executive Director of Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship, said: “I am delighted that Andrew has taken the title of Visiting Fellow at Henley and I look forward to working with him to drive entrepreneurship and business growth for start-ups and corporates.”
Andrew Godley, Head of the School of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour, commented: “We welcome Andrew to the role of Visiting Fellow in the School. We look forward to him sharing his experience and drive with the students, executives and faculty.”
Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School, added: “I am delighted that Andrew’s work in the business community and his support to Henley Business School over many years is being acknowledged and I congratulate him on behalf of everyone at the Business School.”