Adrian Muller is the founder of citizen-ecosystem
, an independent think and do tank seeking to assist public and corporate decision makers in launching transformative solutions to improve the livelihood of citizens by building sustainable urban ecosystems. Rich in social participation, political and corporate accountability, economic vitality and ecological regeneration. His interests cut across different fields that include effective responsible business practices; web and mobile devices as instruments for social change and development; attracting, retaining and creating talent; and the Pro-Am Revolution, consisting of amateurs pursuing their part-time activities to a very high, even professional standard.
Adrian also works in globally renowned cluster-development consultancy firm Competitiveness, where he helps regional governments to reinforce the competitiveness of the local economic tissue. In this capacity he has worked with companies from different industries and all sizes, such as Hewlett-Packard, Citigroup, Euroservices Bayer, Avis, Sara Lee, Siemens, Transcom, etc. Prior to working in Competitiveness, Adrian worked in the Centre of Intellectual Capital and Competitiveness (CIC2), a private consulting firm offering international consultancy for governments and firms, and the partner institute in Mexico of the World Economic Forum and Harvard University. While at CIC2 he participated in the Global Competitiveness Report 2002-2003 and organized the Labour Culture Dialogue during the Barcelona Forum 2004 that included renowned keynote speakers such as Alain Touraine and Emilio Gabaglio.
Adrian received a Masters in Public and Social Policy from a joint program of Pompeu Fabra University and the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C. He also holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from the Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico City.
You can email Adrian Muller at adrian[at]worldchanging[dot]com.