Arthur D. Little (ADL), a leading global management and technology consulting firm is pleased to announce that Gregg Bauer and Mark Roth have joined ADL to lead the Technology & Innovation Management (TIM) practice in North America. Both Gregg and Mark are seasoned entrepreneurs and executives with over 25 years of corporate, start-up and consulting experience. As partners of the TIM practice, they will expand Arthur D. Little's presence in North America and help companies respond to the challenges of creating value by identifying and developing new innovation business models that are actionable and provide clear economic outcomes while leveraging the new global environment for innovation. According to Markus Lahrkamp, Managing Director of Arthur D. Little North America, "For over a century, Arthur D. Little has been the leading strategy consulting firm in the technology and innovation arena. We provide technology and innovation consulting services to support leading global organizations, financial sponsors and companies assisting them to capture new value by successfully shaping their future direction in terms of strategy, operations and organization. Both Gregg and Mark possess deep technology and innovation management knowledge that will transform the way companies sustain themselves in this global economy. At Arthur D. Little, it is not about the next new product; it is about uncovering economic value for our customers in an economy that goes beyond local borders and is resource constrained. We are excited by their ideas and the infusion of new leadership that they will bring to this practice." Gregg Bauer has 25 years of experience as a senior executive and advisor to both large corporations and start-ups and brings a unique entrepreneurial perspective to his clients. His broad industry background spans diversified industrial, high technology, consumer packaged goods, software, basic materials, medical devices and retail. He is highly sought after for his expertise on innovation strategy and is a frequent speaker at entrepreneurial forums as well has having appeared in the Boston Globe, the International Herald Tribune, Fortune and on National Public Radio and on CNBC. He is also a guest lecturer on growth and innovation strategy to graduate students at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College and to executives at the Weatherhead School of Management at the Case Western Reserve University. Gregg has been on the founding team of several successful start-ups in technology and retail and was a co-founder and Partner at Spinnaker Venture Partners, LLC of Boston, MA, a leading technology investment and private equity advisory firm. His early career was spent with Rockwell International where he held senior management positions in sales, marketing, operations and corporate development. Gregg serves on several boards including the Dean's Board of Visitors for the Russ College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University. Gregg is a Magna Cum Laude graduate with a BS in Electrical Engineering from Ohio University and received an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Mark Roth has over 25 years of experience as a corporate executive, entrepreneur and consultant and is considered a leading expert on technology and innovation management to drive value in technology based businesses. His broad experience spans numerous industries with an extensive background in the chemicals, semiconductor, transportation, and consumer goods markets. Mark has held leadership R&D positions in Rockwell International, Honeywell, and Engelhard Minerals and Chemicals and has provided management consulting on corporate and business development issues to emerging technology businesses. Internationally, he has led the establishment of R&D operations in Eastern Europe and Russia, as well as coordinating globally distributed development operations on three continents. Mark has served as a board member and director of numerous manufacturing industry and technology consortia including the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, the Microelectronics Computer Consortium, the Software Engineering Institute and the Software Productivity Consortium. He has a degree in Chemical Engineering from the Stevens Institute of Technology and has affiliations with the Tuck School of Business and the Czech Technical University.
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Email: bolick.diana(at)adlittle.com Jessica L. Vosk
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