Ben Thuriaux is a Partner at Arthur D. Little (ADL). He works across ADL’s Technology & Innovation Management and Utilities & Alternate Energy practices and heads up the Energy practice’s Competence Centre in Technology, Innovation, and Digitalization. Mr. Thuriaux focuses on strategy, technology, and innovation management diagnostics and adapting innovation management best practices; organizational design and change (in energy and related industries); development of technology strategy and technology roadmaps; transaction support services; project management and delivery; and benchmarking, survey design, and market intelligence. He also led ADL’s studies on innovation excellence and R&D management best practices and has authored a number of articles on innovation-related topics. Previously, Mr. Thuriaux worked at Technopolis Group, where he evaluated R&D programs and institutions, as well as innovation policy for the EU and OECD. He is a citizen of the UK, France, and Belgium. Mr. Thuriaux trained as a military intelligence officer in the French army. He earned a bachelor of science degree in physics from Manchester University; a master’s of science degree in science and technology policy from the Science Policy Research Unit; a postgraduate certification in project management, with distinction, from Open University; and an MBA (Dean’s Honor List) from Chicago Booth School of Business. He also attended the School of Management. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.