We deliver research-led insights and advisory services for the digital age.

Empirically-grounded research that drives practical approaches to digital transformation

Organisations increasingly rely on digital technologies to redefine themselves and their operating models. As they do so, broader questions emerge about the role this technology plays in transforming our workplaces and our lives.
Digital transformation requires that we look beyond the technology to the broader implications of the way we view the world, collaborate, and bring about change.
As a diverse group, Unities examines issues that cross traditional domain and discipline boundaries, and aligns academic, business, and public sector concerns.
At Unities, we offer new perspectives on the Digital Revolution and its impact on individuals, institutions and society.
We collect and analyse trends to help clients improve the use and impact of digital technologies to meet their critical business and societal challenges.
Our experts help define and deliver strategies that make our client's enterprises more effective and efficient for the digital age.
Our academics and practitioners work with clients to evaluate problems and develop programmes that bring actionable insights to the key issues.
We design programs, coach leaders, and create provocative materials to ignite and inspire educators, practitioners, and students.

Unities Founder Alan Brown and Steve Wozniak at the IBM Technical Summit, 2013

Our Clients

Our Team

Alan W. Brown


Alan is a digital transformation strategist who has been delivering impact as an entrepreneur and in business for over 30 years. He has held C-level roles in large corporations, and guided business development for a Silicon Valley startup through growth and acquisition. He is also a university professor, researcher, coach and trusted adviser to start-ups and established organizations across the public and private sector. He has written several books on enterprise software delivery and digital transformation, and holds a Professorship in Digital Economy at the University of Exeter, UK and a Fellowship at the Alan Turing Institute.

Christine Ashton


Christine has a track record as a CIO/CTO/Exec Board Member with expertise in designing digital strategy and planning digital transformation. Her passion is to enable more sustainable organisations, cultural and skills change and deliver next-gen digital products and services. This is coupled with a considerable amount of International and large-scale blue-chip experience in oil and gas; private equity, energy and utilities; transport; global chemicals manufacturing; logistics; consumer industries; data and information services, telecom and customer service industries.

Nawtej Dosanjh


Nawtej is a strategist in delivering academic impact, scaling education program design, and transforming to digital education technology. He is the President and CEO of Mirra HealthTec Edu, which provides education in healthcare management through next generation technologies. He has previously led business schools & universities in many countries including the USA and Europe, in 2020,as Provost, achieving degree awarding powers for a university in Germany, through the design of a suite of innovative programs. Prior to this he led rapid the turn-around of negative PR and stakeholder sentiment at a business school, which was a crucial element to achieving the gold standard triple-accreditation for that institution. He has also led the design and implementation of emerging technology content in business curricula. His interests include transformation and leadership in higher education, and providing high quality education to those in emerging countries. He has taught around the world and continues to teach in USA, UK, Italy, and Rwanda.

Roger Maull


Roger is a researcher and practitioner in digital supply chains, servitization, and the design of outcome-based business models. He is Professor of Management Systems at the University of Exeter’s Business School and Academic Director of the Initiative for the Digital Economy at Exeter (INDEX), based in London. Roger has held over £21m of research funding putting him in the top 1% of UK Business School researchers. He is currently part of two major start ups and advises a variety organizations on their digital delivery strategies.

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