Jonathan Sapsed is an Innovation Fellow of the UK’s Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM) and a Principal Research Fellow of CENTRIM, University of Brighton. His current research focuses on innovation in creative business, particularly the management of digital content creation, such as videogames and advertising.
In tandem with his AIM Innovation Fellowship, Jonathan is Project Manager of the EPSRC grant ‘Mapping and Upgrading Creative Processes for Sustained Innovation: The challenge facing UK Electronic Games Developers’, which involves eight of the leading games studios. He previously researched knowledge transfer in teams, such as the grant ‘Managing Knowledge Spaces: Mapping the Effects of Dispersed Teamworking on Project Performance’. He is a Visiting Fellow at Imperial College London in the Tanaka Business School, and is an Associate Fellow of the Sawyer Business School, Suffolk University, Boston.
Jonathan has been a researcher at the London School of Economics, SPRU, University of Sussex, and Cranfield University. He was also a Visiting Scholar at the University of California at Berkeley. He is Book Reviews Editor of Technovation and is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Innovation Management (IJIM). His work is published in Research Policy, Organization Studies and International Journal of Management Reviews.