Experienced analytics professional.
I am a Member of the American Psychological Association, and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and am accredited in psychometric testing to BPS Level B.
I am the director of Business Analytic, an independent consultancy (consisting of me!) specializing in organizational research, sports analytics and applied statistics. I am an Associate of the Centre for Research in Applied Creativity, Ontario and a past Visiting Researcher in the Faculty of Management at City University Business School. I am the author of twenty-seven peer-reviewed scientific articles in organizational research, creative thinking, cognitive psychology and psychophysics.
I graduated from Cambridge University where I read Natural Sciences, and proceeded to his Masters degree in Psychology. I was awarded a PhD by the University of Nottingham, and then spent four years in the Department of Psychology at Oxford University conducting postdoctoral research. Mywork with Anne Treisman on the theory of attention is cited in most undergraduate textbooks on psychology. While at Oxford I was an undergraduate tutor in statistics, and taught on the Open University Psychology course.
I subsequently worked for American Express, Mercantile Credit and Lloyds Bank as an IT project manager, and hves taught on the Open University MBA course in creative thinking. As an independent consultant, my work has involved the statistical analysis of large business performance datasets for organizations such as Mercer HR Consulting, International Survey Research, Hay Group, the Health & Safety Laboratory, Competency International and Lloyds TSB. He has also worked extensively with Chelsea FC and Paris Saint Germaine on the analysis of elite football player performance.
I have considerable experience of developing successful working relationships with clients at the highest levels. He is able to communicate complex scientific ideas to a business audience in an accessible way
Most weekdays and weekends as needed.
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