LEVERAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR COMMERCIAL ADVANTAGE
For more than twenty years, Mr. Richardson was a Director and on the consulting staff of Arthur D. Little, where he led more than 100 consulting assignments that focused on issues at the interface between business and technology. These involved assessing the impact of new technologies in global, commercial and industrial markets; technology planning; assessing technologies, product lines, and companies for possible investment or acquisition; negotiating acquisitions; helping clients achieve competitive advantage with sales and distribution systems; managing multidisciplinary product development projects; and developing new business models and strategies.
Mr. Richardson has been active in the design, development, and evaluation of electronic systems and instrumentation to advance the state-of-the-art in drilling for oil and gas since 1973. Before forming TechRich Consulting on September 1, 2001, Mr. Richardson was the Director of Strategy & Technology Exploitation for the A. W. Chesterton Company in Stoneham, Massachusetts.
Before joining Arthur D. Little, Inc., Mr. Richardson was Chief Engineer for Eastman Whipstock, Inc., a major supplier of drilling services, instruments, and equipment that is now part of Baker Hughes. In this position, he was directly responsible for the introduction of a number of innovative products to the drilling industry. Prior experience also includes Storm Wave Dynamics, Inc., where he was Vice President, Engineering, and a principal.
Mr. Richardson's educational background includes a B.A. from Amherst College, graduate courses (to the M.S. level) in Ocean Engineering and Electrical Engineering at the University of Rhode Island, and completion of the M.I.T. Program for Senior Executives at the Alfred P. Sloan School of Management. He is a member of IEEE.
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