I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Strategy and Innovation and joined Leeds University Business School in 2017. My PhD explored strategy and organisational legitimacy in pluralistic contexts. I have worked closely with organisations on a number of research and consultancy projects, many of which are ongoing, including with Accenture, Deloitte, IBM, CILIP, Microsoft, and the NHS.
My research interests focus on strategy and innovation, including; pluralistic contexts, strategic agility, digital strategizing, open strategy, legitimation, and digital innovation. I have published in high-ranked journals and often present at leading conferences including the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Strategic Management Society Annual Conference/Special Conferences, International Conference on Information Systems, European Conference on Information Systems, IFIP 8.2 Working Conference, and the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Morton J, Amrollahi, A, Wilson AD. Forthcoming. Digital Strategizing: An Assessing Review, Definition, and Research Agenda. Journal of Strategic Information Systems.
Morton J, Wilson AD, Cooke L. 2020. The digital work of strategists: Using open strategy for organizational transformation. Journal of Strategic Information Systems. 29(2), pp. 1-17.
Morton J, Stacey P, Mohn M. 2018. Building and Maintaining Strategic Agility: An Agenda and Framework for Executive IT-Leaders. California Management Review. 61(1), pp. 94-113.
Newell S, Morton J, Marabelli M, Galliers RD. 2020. Managing Digital Innovation: A Knowledge Perspective. London: Red Globe Press (Bloomsbury Publishing)
Morton J, Wilson A, Galliers RD, Marabelli M. 2019. Open Strategy and Information Technology. In: Seidl D; Von Krogh G; Whittington R (eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Open Strategy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 169-185