Andy Parker is a Partner at Innosight, where he heads the Singapore office. Andy has advised senior leaders at companies across a variety of industries. Andy has over fifteen years of strategy consulting experience working, and being based for significant periods of time, in both developed and emerging markets across six continents.

At Innosight Andy’s work focuses on helping clients develop long-term growth strategies, manage transformation, design new disruptive growth businesses and build enduring innovation capabilities and culture. Andy has led numerous projects for multinational and regional companies across several Australasian markets.

Andy is coauthor of the book Eat, Sleep, Innovate: How to Make Creativity an Everyday Habit Inside Your Organization (Harvard Business Review Press, October 2020).

Andy is a speaker and author on topics of innovation, disruption and long-term growth. He is the lead author most recently of Australia’s Transformation Champions and the co-author of The Next Wave of Business Models in Asia published in Sloan Management Review.

Prior to joining Innosight, Andy was a member of Accenture’s Innovation Center in Singapore, where he designed and delivered breakthrough sessions for clients on their most important strategic issues and opportunities. Prior to his move to Singapore, Andy spent 5 years within Accenture’s Global Strategy Group, based out of London where he worked on numerous transformational and strategic projects for consumer goods and services clients.

Andy received a BSc. Honors degree in Business Administration from the School of Management at The University of Bath, in the United Kingdom. He lives in Singapore with his wife and two children.





Digital data flow on road with motion blur to create vision of fast speed transfer . Concept of future digital transformation , disruptive innovation and agile business methodology .“Three Questions to Ask about Enabling Innovation-Driven Growth in the New ‘X'”
, June 2021


Eat, Sleep, Innovate: How to Make Creativity an Everyday Habit Inside Your Organization
Harvard Business Review Press, October 2020


“ASEAN’s Transformation Champions” 
, June 2020



Online education concept with person using a laptop on a white table“Digital Disruption in Australian Higher Education” 
, May 2020



“Australia’s Transformation Champions” 
, May 2019



“The Next Wave of Business Models in Asia” 
, December 2016