Ben Thuriaux is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium’s Business Technology & Digital Strategies practice. He is also a principal at Arthur D. Little, where he heads up the Competence Centre in Technology, Innovation and Digitalization for the energy practice. Ben’s work focuses on strategy, technology and innovation management diagnostic; adapting innovation management best practices; organizational design and change, particularly in the energy and related industries; developing technology strategy and roadmaps; transaction support services such as market studies and due diligences; project management and delivery; and benchmarking, survey design and market intelligence.
Ben led ADL’s Innovation Excellence Benchmarking Study and R&D management best practice study, as well as a number of articles on innovation-related topics. He is passionate about the use of evidence and statistics in supporting decision making.
Previously, Ben worked at Technopolis Group, where he evaluated R&D programs and institutions, as well as innovation policy for the EU and OECD. Ben is a citizen of the UK, France, and Belgium. He trained as a military intelligence officer in the French army. He earned a BSc Physics from Manchester University and an MSc in Science and Technology Policy from the Science Policy Research Unit. He achieved a Postgraduate Certification in Project Management (Distinction) from Open University; earned and MBA (Dean’s Honor List) from the Chicago Booth School of Business; and attended the Rotterdam School of Management. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.