Glenn is Associate Professor in Strategy and Operations Management at Bristol Business School, UWE. His expertise involves organisational transformation, business models and value creation and his current focus is on helping industry face the challenges of the move from a product to through-life service provision business model. He is the Co-Investigator of the EPSRC-funded Costing for Avionic Through-Life Availability (CATA) project with BAE Systems, GE Aviation and MoD. His work explores understanding how the new through-life business model creates challenges associated to predicting and driving through-life cost. As Co-I of the ESRC-funded Academic-Business Liaison and Engagement project, Glenn is undertaking research on how universities may better engage with businesses and is actively working to increase the impact university work has upon business. Glenn has significant experience of delivering high quality outputs from large research consortia, having previously worked on the £2m BAE Systems/EPSRC Support Service Solutions: Strategy and Transition [S4T] programme, as well as being a Core Team leader for the FP6 EU €16m Intelligent Logistics for Innovative Product Technologies [ILIPT] 5-day car project.