Starting his career in the fledging New Zealand electronics industry, Malcolm has over 30 years business experience in high technology industries, and has held a number of executive roles with international firms, both private and publicly-listed. Malcolm now holds a number of advisory roles and investments in software focused organisations around the world, and is the current CEO for The Future Cities Institute, a non-profit organization focused focused on empowering local communities in a digital world. Prior to Future Cities Institute, Malcolm founded Agitavi Research in 2002, and also headed up Cap Gemini Ernst & Young’s mobility practice for Asia Pacific, as part of their global mobility center of excellence based in Sweden. Malcolm holds an MBA from Southern Cross University, and is currently completing his PhD thesis on Local Software Economies and Software Innovation Maturity Models. Prior to the IISEIE, Malcolm founded Agitavi Research in 2002, and also headed up Cap Gemini Ernst & Young’s mobility practice for Asia Pacific, as part of their global mobility center of excellence based in Sweden. Malcolm holds an MBA from Southern Cross University, and is currently completing his PhD thesis on Local Software Economies and Software Innovation Maturity Models.
The creation and growth of information technology communication (ICT) industrial clusters: the New Zealand case (with Stephen J. Kelly), New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research (2010)
This paper is based on a review of literature into industrial clusters and subsequently discusses...
Consultancy and Research Reports
Collaborative Tool Kit for Educational Sector and Delivery of Tool Kit to Education Summit in March 2007. (with Stephen Kelly), A Research Report for New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (2007)
Inter-firm collaboration is now recognized to be a primary driver of competitiveness and performance, where...
World-Class Collaboration? A study of International Technology Collaboration by New Zealand ICT Firms., A research report for the New Zealand Ministry of Economic Development (2005)
The aim of the (New Zealand) Government’s Growth and Innovation Framework (GIF) is to deliver...
Workshops and Presentations
Creating an index of local software economy maturity: driving innovation and productivity (with Jennifer L. Harrison and Stephen J. Kelly), Proceedings of ECIE 2011: The 6th European Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation (2011)
Innovation Management and Innovation Center Business Planning (with Michael Evans), Microsoft MIC Summit 2009 (2009)
Innovation Management Microsoft Innovation Center Planning Local Software Economy Stakeholder Management
Aviation Cluster Stakeholder Workshop, Gold Coast, Australia, Business Gold Coast/Southern Cross University (2009)
Information Technology Governance: Moving with Business Best Practice, Club Managers Association of Australia (Annual Conference) (2009)
IT Governance is a subset discipline of Corporate
Governance focused on information technology (IT)
Economic Growth and the Local Software Economy: Third Conference of the African Union Ministers in Charge of Communication and Information Technologies (2010)
Industrial Clusters and Collaboration in the ICT Sector: The Role of Universities in Developing the Local Software Economy (2007)
The Creation and Growth of ICT Based Industrial Clusters: The New Zealand Case (with Stephen Kelly) (2004)
This paper provides an exploratory review of current global research on industrial clusters, and seeks...