The Strategy area enables students to pursue the study of broad strategic issues related to business. The area encourages students to study strategy, both from the perspective of corporate managers making strategic decisions and organizing their resources to implement them, and from the perspective of those responsible for government regulatory policy or management of state-owned enterprises.
Strategy is the most interdisciplinary of the areas within the Business Faculty. The area includes members trained in strategy, economics, sociology, social psychology, philosophy, and law. Area members have published extensively in the areas of strategy, innovation, adoption of new technology, business ethics, natural resource policy, and business ideology. Faculty members have also written texts and provided extensive consultant research.
Strategy faculty teach courses in strategy and public policy in the Executive MBA, Management of Technology MBA, Global Asset and Wealth Management MBA, and undergraduate programs.
|Name||Position||Specialization & Research Interests|
|Robert Adamson||Lecturer, Strategy||Corporate governance, international and comparative corporate governance, risk management and risk governance, corporate and commercial law, regulation of financial institutions|
|Shafik Bhalloo||Associate Professor of Practice, Strategy||
Commercial law, Labour and employment law, Human rights law and applied ethics
|Daniela Blettner||Assistant Professor, Strategy / Technology and Operations Management||Managerial and entrepreneurial cognition; Innovation; Strategic management; International management|
|Ed Bukszar||Associate Professor, Strategy||Strategy and Decision Making.|
|Kathleen Burke||Senior Lecturer, Strategy||
Ethical decision making, Ethics pedagogy, Leadership and Communication.
|Anthony Chan||Lecturer, Strategy, Innovation and Technology|
|Srabana Dasgupta||Assistant Professor, Marketing and Strategy||Durable goods; pricing; choice models; models of information asymmetry|
|Eric Gedajlovic||Beedie Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship||Strategic Management, Social and Commercial Entrepreneurship, Corporate Governance; Family Business; Asian Business Enterprise, Innovation and Organizational Capabilities.|
|Ian McCarthy||Professor, Technology and Operations Management / Strategy||
Operations management; outsoucing; mass customization; innovation management; user innovation; creative consumers; new product development; social media; gamification; taxonomy; cladistics; complexity theory; organizational design; change management
|Mark Moore||Senior Lecturer, Strategy||
Cost-benefit analysis; social discounting; privatization and regulation; public policy analysis.
|Karen Ruckman||Associate Professor, Strategy||Technology management, R&D strategy, imitation strategy, acquisition motivation, biotechnology, software, licensing in the biotech sector, business level strategy in the Indian IT sector.|
|Daniel Shapiro||Professor, Global Business Strategy||
Competitive Analysis and Strategy, International and Comparative Business, Managerial Economics/Economics of the Firm, Business and Government and Industrial Economics
|Jerry Sheppard||Associate Professor, Strategy||Business policy; corporate failure and survival; business, government and society; corporate governance; interorganizational arrangements.|
|Pek Soh||Professor, Strategy / Technology and Operations Management||
Technology Strategy, Ecosystem Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Social Networks, Strategic Alliances.
|Aidan Vining||CNABS Professor of Business and Government Relations||Strategic analysis and planning; institutional design and public sector policy analysis and management.|
|Andrew von Nordenflycht||Associate Professor, Strategy||
Disciplines: Strategy & Organization Theory
Research specialization: employee involvement in corporate governance (professional partnerships, ESOPs, high commitment work systems); history of corporate governance and ownership forms
Industry expertise: professional service firms; airlines
|Eric Werker||Associate Professor, Strategy and International Business|
|Mark Wexler||Professor, Management and Organization Studies / Strategy||Business Ethics, Management, Business and Society, Knowledge Management.|
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