Professor of Innovation in the Centre for Research in Innovation Management
Tim Brady is Professor of Innovation in the Centre for Research in Innovation Management at Brighton Business School, University of Brighton. His current research interests include the development of delivery models for infrastructure, the management of complex projects and programmes, and learning and capability development in project-based business. He was a member of the EPSRC-funded Rethinking Project Management network, and Deputy Director of the ESRC-funded CoPS Innovation Centre. He has published in academic management journals such as Sloan Management Review, Organization Studies, Research Policy, R&D Management, and Industrial Marketing Management and in the main project management journals. He was co-author of Managing and working in Project Society: Institutional Challenges of Temporary Organizations which won the 2016 PMI David Cleland Project Management Literature Award.