Dr Gary Graham

Dr Gary Graham: Co-Founder

Dr Gary Graham
Gary is based at Leeds University Business School and is a founding member/central coordinator of the Future City and Community Resilience Network. This network is focused on the use of creative and cultural foresight techniques to map out a better social, economic and ethical future grounded in resilience, sustainability and digital economy agendas, for ordinary people living in inner city communities. Gary is a visiting research scholar at the MIT Centre for Transport and Logistics and the Freight Future Lab. He has authored three books, 34 research papers (eleven 3*), guest edited three highly ranked special issues and reviews for Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Futures, European Journal of Management and Supply Chain Management: an International Journal. He will shortly guest edit a special issue for the 3* Supply Chain Management: an International Journal on “Future Cities and Urban SCM”.


  • http://business.leeds.ac.uk/about-us/faculty-staff/member/profile/gary-graham/
  • http://ctl.mit.edu/bio/gary-graham
  • PhD Supervision 4 completed: Kuo Pin Chang/2010; Dennison, Jill Helen/2004; Towers, Neil S/2004; Won Geung Park/1998.
  • British Academy of Management (BAM) workshop: (February 6, 2013) entitled: Strategic Visions and Future Innovation Models: exploring Futuristic Technology/Smartness, Creative Science Prototyping and Consumer Technological Landscapes
  • American Academy of Management Technology and Innovation Group PDW (August 9 -13, 2013); BAM Strategy sub-theme on fictive prototype modelling (September 10 -12) and Creative Science workshops on fictive prototype modelling in London (28th – 29th November) and in Athens (16th – 17th July) at the Intelligent Environments 2013 conference.
  • BAM SIG co-chair: Strategic Foresight (09/13 conference/Liverpool).
  • AOM SIG co-chair: Creativity and Industry (Technology and Innovation Management Stream, 09/13 conference/Orlando).
  • Where am I going from here: Urban SCM and Future Cities (Oxford University Civic Science Initiative), Macro logistics trends (densification, virtualization, decentralization and digitization (news media), supply chain innovation frontiers: bio-manufacturing, robots and 4D printing: the next decade of disruptive innovation.