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Management Research Trends: Nurturing Innovation

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Each session’s topic seeks to promote an exchange of knowledge and experiences amongst participants, and to inspire new lines of research across borders.

The speakers are prestigious professors who have extensive teaching and research experience and whose work has been widely published in their respective fields. Sessions are structured around the presentation of articles, case studies, and work of the speakers themselves, presenting reviews of their work and the current state of issues involved.

*Sessions are conducted in English and require active participation of all attendees. Required readings are also in English. For more details or questions, write to: iap.symposia@uam.es


Design Thinking and Innovation (I)
Srikant Datar, Arthur Lowes Dickinson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

Digital Strategy
Sunil Gupta, Edward W. Carter Professor of Business Administration
Chair, General Management Program, Harvard Business School
Building Businesses in Emerging Markets
Krishna G. Palepu, Ross Graham Walker Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

Seven Strategy Questions
Robert Simons, Charles M. Williams Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

Management of Technology and Product Innovation
Stefan H. Thomke, William Barclay Harding Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

HBX and Simulations in Supply Chain Management
Janice H. Hammond, Jesse Philips Professor of Manufacturing, Harvard Business School

Field Research - The synergies between case studies and journal oriented research
Asís Martínez Jérez, Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business

Design Thinking and Innovation (II) and (III)
Srikant Datar, Arthur Lowes Dickinson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

*some information is subject to change


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