Glenn Parry is a professor of strategy and operations management at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England. He is primarily interested in what ‘good’ means for an organisation, exploring value as a measurement of ‘goodness’. He uses business models as a framework to understand value co-creation between provider and client in context. He is currently working on personal data business models, perceived vulnerability and data, ‘blockchain for good’ and business models in the charities sector. He has worked extensively on servitisation, the move to generate revenue from services in addition to product, working with leading firms in music, TV, publishing and defence.
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The panel discuss why the Bristol and Bath region is a strong centre for design. Who are the designers who live and work in the two cities?