Professor Ashley Braganza is Professor of Organisational Transformation Change at Brunel Business School. He is teaching on Undergraduate and Postgraduate taught programmes. His research interests encompass big data, change management, strategy implementation, process and knowledge management, and transformation enabled information systems. He has published over 100 papers in prestigious academic and practitioner journals and three books. He is the Founder and Chair of the British Academy of Management Special Interest Group in Transformation, Change and Development. He has carried out over 50 consultancy assignments with large global organisations. He has held several senior leadership positions in academic institutions as well as serving on the governing bodies of schools and small and medium-sized enterprises. His past collaborations with practitioners from BT, Microsoft, McDonald's, Astra Zeneca, Friends Provident, Volkswagen Financial Services and the Department for Children, Schools and Families and academics have co-created knowledge and practical ways of successfully implementing complex change programmes. His research incorporates perspectives of big data, the business effects of artificial intelligence, strategy, structure, culture and behaviour, information systems, knowledge management and process reengineering. He has led several major industry-funded research projects in the area of change and process management. He completed a study of CEOs and CIOs to gain fresh insights into the role of CEOs in largescale transformation programmes. He has published three books and over a hundred research articles, conference papers and working papers covering a range of topics on big data, business processes, change management, process orientation, knowledge management, governance, and organisation structure.