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David J. Collis

by Roland Buresund last modified 2007-05-21 09:57
David J. Collis is currently the Frederick Frank adjunct Professor of International Business Administration at the Yale School of Management where he has been a top rated teacher for the last three years. For the previous eleven years he was an associate professor in the Business, Government, and Competition area at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration where he continues to teach and chair Executive Education programmes. He is an expert on corporate strategy and global competition, and is the author of the recent books Corporate Strategy (with Cynthia Montgomery) and Corporate Headquarters (with Michael Goold and David Young). His work has been frequently published in the Harvard Business Review, Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, European Management Journal, and in many books including Managing the Multibusiness Company, International Competitiveness, and Beyond Free Trade. The more than fifty cases he has authored have sold over 400,000 copies worldwide.

Professor Collis received an M.A. (1976) with a Double First from Cambridge University where he was the Wrenbury Scholar of the University. He graduated as a Baker Scholar from Harvard Business School, MBA (1978), and received a Ph.D. (1986) in Business Economics at Harvard University where he was a Dean's Doctoral Fellow. He taught for one year at Columbia University before joining the Harvard faculty in 1986. From 1978 to 1982 he worked for the Boston Consulting Group in London. He is currently a consultant to several major U.S. and European corporations, and on the Advisory Boards of Brand Leadership, WebCT, MLX.com and formerly of Ocean Spray. He is also the cofounder of the learning company Executive Edge, and a frequent speaker and consultant on higher education.


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