Jamie Caine is a thought leader and one of the leading contemporary researchers for the subject of strategy and strategy adoption. From market analysis, design, development, implementation and continuous improvement of the strategy; he masters the entire strategy lifecycle in both theory and practice. He was one of the driving forces behind describing the strategy lifecycle now used by organisations and in academia.
Currently his research focuses on the need to integrate strategy artefacts, enabling organisations to transition from strategy design to strategy execution.
With over 10 years experience in Higher Education he undertakes key responsibilities. He is a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU), UK. On bachelor and masters level, his teaching includes strategy, transformation and business architecture. In the Global University Alliance, which consist of professors and researchers across the globe, he heads up the strategy relevant research topics across several areas. Including but not limited to: Enterprise/Business Ontology, Enterprise GPS, Enterprise Architecture and Value Modelling.
In industry, he is on the Advisory Board of the enterprise standard body LEADing Practice. He is the co-author of the Strategy Lifecycle approach and requirements to a Strategy Ontology which are now part of their standards reference content. He also leads the development and roll out of the various Strategy Standards and the Strategy Reference Content. The concepts are used by thousands of organisations around the world.
In his spare time, Jamie continues to lead on community development initiatives. Over the past 10 years he has made significant contribution towards disadvantaged communities in Sheffield, UK. Currently, he is the Group Scout Leader at 298 Sheffield which enables him to proactively develop communities and enhance the citizenship, social and leadership prospects in young people. He is currently working on his PhD and enjoys travelling with his wonderful family.