Jamie’s wit and humour have seen him described as a ‘stand-up strategist’, who brings together the theories and frameworks of business strategy, leadership, innovation and creativity with a unique presentation style that never fails to both enlighten and entertain. Jamie is a superb story teller, and he believes that the discussion of important business concepts should always be fun. His presentations are rich in multimedia; he focuses on interaction and audience participation, whether for a small after-dinner talk audience, MBA class or for a keynote presentation to a conference of hundreds of attendees.
Over the years Jamie has delivered more than 300 keynote presentations and lectures around the world. Forthcoming workshops, keynotes and book events are taking place in the USA, Germany, India, Norway, Singapore, Switzerland, France, Belgium and the United Kingdom.
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Lady Gaga Case Study in The Economist Jamie's co-authored Lady Gaga case study has been featured in The Economist and examines the success of Lady Gaga through the lens of business theory, and explains why she is one of the 21st Century's most successful business women.
Named as "Management Guru" in Financial Times
A recent Financial Times article discusses Jamie's new co-authored case study on Lady Gaga, and the lessons for business managers from her success.
Awarded Honorary Doctorate
Jamie has been recognized with an Honorary Doctorate by RISEBA Business School for his research on the creative industries.
Winner of EFMD Case Writing Awards
Jamie has recently been awarded as winner of the European Federation for Management Development case writing awards under the category Responsible Leadership. This is the 3rd time in less than five years that his case writing ability has been recognised by the EFMD judges.
The Fine Art of Success Book of the Month in Business Executive Magazine
Jamie's co-authored book "fills a real gap and makes a delightful read" says Business Executive Magazine.