Timothy Devinney

Professor Timothy Devinney

Pro-Dean for Research and Innovation
Leadership Chair in International Business

Email:
T.Devinney@leeds.ac.uk
Telephone:
0113 (0) 343 2245
Categories:
Academic, International Business
Location:
Room G.01, 14-20 Cromer Terrace
Profile

Qualifications

Ph.D. (Business Economics), University of Chicago, 1984.
M.B.A. (Economics and Statistics), University of Chicago, 1981
M.A. (Public Policy Studies), University of Chicago, 1979
B.Sc. (Psychology), with highest honors, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1977

Timothy Devinney is the University Leadership Chair in International Business. Prior to that he was a University Professor of Strategy at the University of Technology-Sydney, Professorial Research Fellow at the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM), Director of the AGSM Centre for Corporate Change and the AGSM Executive MBA. 

Before joining the AGSM he held positions on the faculties of The University of Chicago, Vanderbilt University and UCLA and has been a visiting faculty member at numerous universities in Europe (Copenhagen Business School, Humboldt University-Berlin, Wirschaftsuniversität Wien, and the Universities of Hamburg, Trier, Konstanz, Ulm & Frankfurt) and Asia (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology & City University, Hong Kong) and taught at many others (e.g., CEIBS, Helsinki University of Technology & Helsinki School of Economics). 

He has published eleven books -- e.g., Managing the Global Corporation (with J. de la Torré and Y. Doz, 2000) and The Myth of the Ethical Consumer (with P. Auger and G. Eckhardt) -- and more than ninety articles in leading journals including Management Science, the J. of Business, The Academy of Management Review, J. of International Business Studies, Organization Science, California Management Review, Management International Review, J. of Marketing, J. of Management, Long Range Planning, J. of Business Ethics and the Strategic Management Journal. 

He has presented papers and addresses at more than 200 universities and conferences in the last ten years.  In 2008 he was the first recipient in management of an Alexander von Humboldt Research Award (Forschungspreis) given by the German government and was Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Fellow.  In 2008 he was elected a Fellow of the Academy of International Business and a Fellow of the Australia-New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM).

Timothy is heavily involved in the international networks of scholars. He served as Chair of the International Management Division of the Academy of Management. He is the co-editor of The Academy of Management Perspectives, co-editor of the Advances in International Management series (Emerald Publishers), and the Director of the International Business & Management Network of SSRN.

He ran the 2001 Academy of International Business Conference in Sydney. He was a member of the Executive of ANZAM.  He is currently the chair of the Global Strategy IG of the Strategic Management Society. He is on the editorial board of more than 12 of the leading international journals. He is an International Fellow under the auspices of the AIM Initiative in the UK, which gave him a Professorship at London Business School.

He is one of the largest recipients of Australia Research Council funding in the last five years having won over $11,000,000 in supported research from the ARC and other organizations. His research, teaching and public service has been recognised in a number of ways, with numerous best paper and teaching awards. He is a frequent commentator on public events and social issues in the press and various media.

Experience

Professor (Conjoint), Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales, July 2009–present

University Professor of Strategy, School of Business, University of Technology Sydney, 2009 (June) – 2013 (August)

Visiting Professor, Humboldt Universität−Berlin, August 2007–August 2013

Senior Research Fellow, Ernst & Young Institute for Emerging Market Studies (Moscow, Beijing), 2009–Present

Professor of Management, Australian Graduate School of Management (now Australian School of Business), University of New South Wales, 1993–2009 (June).  Director Executive MBA Program, 1993–1996 (equivalent to Associate Dean). Director Centre for Corporate Change, 1999–2006. AGSM Professorial Research Fellow, 2006–2009. (Equivalent to an endowed chair and given for outstanding research performance)

Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Fellow, 2008

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Award (Forschungpries). 2008

Advanced Institute of Management (UK), International Fellow; Visiting Professor London Business School, 2004–2005

Visiting Research Professor, Copenhagen Business School, 2002, 2004, 2006

Research Fellow, City University–Hong Kong, Fall/Winter 1997

Assistant Professor of Management, Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles, 1990–1992

Assistant Professor of Management, Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University, 1982–1990

Lecturer in Mathematics, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, 1981–1982

Research

Research Support Received (and under application)

2012–2016 Australian Research Council (Linkage Program), Technology and Innovation Management in High Risk Situations (with T. Coltman, R. Sharma, S. Gudergan, B. Brooks and N. Lin) – A$652,000 (ARC) + $650,000 (Partners)

2010–2012 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Research Award (Renewed).

2010–2014 Australian Research Council (Discovery Program), Extreme Values: The Anatomy of Civil Society Supporters and Protest Groups (with R. Belk, J. Schwalbach, P. Auger and A. Gunnthorsdottir) – A$388,000

2009–2012 Australian Research Council (Discovery Program), The Value of CSR to Close Stakeholders: A Discrete Choice Modelling Approach (with P. Auger and G. Dowling) – A$190,000

2008–2010 Australian Research Council (Linkage Program; CRT), Strategic Service Innovation: The Role of Heterogeniety in Substantive and Dynamic Capabilities (with I. Lings, S. Gudergan and J. Louviere) – A$510,000.

2008 Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Centre Fellow.

2007–2008 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Research Award, €60,000.

2007–2010 Australian Research Council (Linkage Program; ACT Health), An Action Research Project to Strengthen Inter-Professional Learning and Practice Across the ACT Health System (with J. Braithwaite, R. Iedema, J. Westbrook, R. Foxwell, R. Boyce, K. Murphy, M.-A. Ryall, J. Beutel, M. Budge, W. Ramsey) – A$4,700,000.

2006–2009 Australian Research Council (Linkage Program; Bluescope Steel), A Simulation Based Approach to Understanding Alternative Supply Chain Configurations (with T. Coltman, J. Gattorna and T. Spedding) – A$231,000

2006–2008 Australian Research Council (Linkage Program; DHL), Modelling the Dynamics of Supply Chain Alignment: Linking Customer Behaviour to Internal Capabilities (with T. Coltman, J. Gattorna, E. Anderson) – A$1,000,000 [Note that I am not named as a co-investigator on this grant but am part of the project team].  (Described at: http://www.sitacs.uow.edu.au/projects/sca/DHL/index.htm)

2005–2007 Australian Research Council (Discovery Grant), Information Provision and the Valuation of Social Attributes (with P. Auger, MBS, A. Gunnthorsdottir, AGSM, J. Louviere and M. King, UTS) – A$205,000

2005–2007 Australian Research Council (Linkage Program), Patterns of Rural Segmentation (with J. Louviere and S. Gudergan) – A$1,400,000

2004 Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism, Modelling and Exploring Tourism Consumer Choice: Strengthening the Knowledge Base for Improved Strategic Decision Making in The Australian Tourism Industy (with T. Huybers, G. Crouch, S. Dolnicar, J. Louviere, and H. Oppewal) – A$45,000

2003–2004 Australian Research Council (Special Research Initiative), Management and Consumer Decisionmaking Network—Convener of a seed funding request to create a network of academic researchers – A$30,000

2004–2005 Australian Research Council (Linkage International Award), Knowledge and Networks: An Evaluation of Patent Citation Activity and Active Knowledge Networks (with M. Reitzig and T. Pedersen, Copenhagen Business School) – A$45,400

2003–2006 Australian Research Council (Linkage Program), Negotiation Style Choice and Performance in Non-Equity Business Partnerships (with S. Gudergan) – A$105,000

2003–2005 Transurban, Discrete Choice Modeling of Infrequent Road Users (with J. Louviere) – A$275,000

2003 Nokia/Telstra, Using Lead User Research to Determine the Demand for 3G Service Delivery – A$50,000

2003–2005 Australian Research Council (Discovery Grant), Outcome Trust: An Experimental Validation (with R. Wood) – A$68,000

2003–2005 Australian Research Council (Discovery Grant), Cross-Cultural Differences in Perceptions Of Consumption Ethics (with G. Eckhardt and R. Belk) – A$112,000

2002–2003  CRC for Smart Internet Technology (Linkage Grant), Measuring Customer Response to Radical Future Technologies (with J. Louviere and industry partners Westpac) – A$138,000 + $25,000 top up, A$121,000 in 2004.

2000–2001 SAS Institute, E-Intelligence and Corporate Strategy – A$88,000

2000–2001 Special Research Grant (with R. Bhattacharya and Madan Pillutla) – A$15,000, Experimental Validation of Outcome Trust

1999–2002 SRG and UCG, Hong Kong, Measuring the Utility Value of Ethical Consumerism (with Patrice Auger and Jordan Louviere) – HK$143,860 (SRG) (granted 1/6/99) and A$115,000 (ARC)

1999–2001 Centre for Corporate Change, Knowledge Creation Processes and Firm Innovation (with David Midgley and Christine Soo) – A$20,000 + $9,000 extension of funding. Additional funding of US$100,000 secured through AT Kearney Centres of Excellence.

1999–2000 Australian Research Council (Small Grants), An Alternative Methodology for the Investigation of MNE Performance (with David Midgley, Sunil Venaik and Kendall Roth) – A$15,000

Teaching

Timothy has taught in numerous executive programs in Australia, USA, Germany, Austria, France, Finland, Korea, India, China, Turkey and the Netherlands, as well as having worked and consulted with corporations world wide, including Apple Computer, Anadolu (Turkey), Telekom Austria, LG (Seoul), Boral, AT Kearney, GEC-Alsthom, AMP, TMP, Freshfields (UK) GM/Holden, CSR, Mobil, Koppers Industries, SAP, Rolls Royce (UK), SAS Institute, Hanimex/Rabbit Photo, Sabanci Holdings (Turkey), Thomson Publishing, Transfield, and Westfield Holdings—as well as many small Internet startups—e.g., Agribuys (US), Haburi (Denmark), Maconomy (Denmark), and ChateauOnline (France)—and governments and non-profits—e.g., the PRC (China), the government of PNG, Amnesty International, The Property Council of Australia, Invest Australia, Australian Manufacturing Council and the City of Sydney, to name only a selection. He was a panel member of the Australian Federal Government’s Research Quality Framework, responsible for the allocation of $600M in annual funding.

Publications

Selected Publications in Refereed Journals

“The Architecture of Dynamic Capability Research: A Scientometric Investigation,” Academy of Management Annals, forthcoming (with R. Wilden & G. Dowling). 

 “Cooperation and Compliance in Non-Equity Alliances,” Journal of Business Research, forthcoming (with S. Gudergan & S. Ellis). 

“Examining Managerial Preferences And Choice: The Role of Value Creation and Value Appropriation Drivers in Strategic Outsourcing,” Long Range Planning, forthcoming (with N. Lin & T. Holcomb).

“PWC strategy & eminent scholar in international management 2014.” Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises, 28, pp. 3-4, 2015. doi:10.1108/S1571-502720150000028001

“Introduction to part i: Booz co./strategy+ business eminent scholar in international management 2013.” Orchestration of the Global Network Organization, 27, pp. 3-4. 2014, (with L. Tihanyi, T. Pedersen, & M. Venzin), doi:10.1108/S1571-502720140000027031

“Introduction to part II: Orchestration of the global network organization.” Orchestration of the Global Network Organization, 27, pp. 37-41, 2014, (with T. Pedersen, M. Venzin, & L. Tihanyi). Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.. doi:10.1108/S1571-502720140000027033

“Modeling the Operational Capabilities for Customized and Commoditized Services,” Journal of Operations Management, 31, 7-8, November 2013 (with T. Coltman).

 “A Research Agenda for Global Stakeholder Strategy,” Global Strategy Journal, 3, 4, November 2013 (with A. McGahan & M. Zollo).

“Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance: Comparative Perspectives,” Corporate Governance: An International Review, 21, 5, September 2013 (with J. Schwalbach & C.A. Williams).

“Is Microfoundational Thinking Critical to Management Thought and Practice?” Academy of Management Perspectives, 27, 2, May 2013.

“How Much Does a Company’s Reputation Matter in Recruiting?” MIT Sloan Management Review, Spring, 2013 (with P. Auger, G. Dowling, C. Eckert & N. Lin).

“Taking the “Non-“ out of “Non-Market” Strategy,” Global Strategy Journal, 3, 2, May 2013

“Continuing Differences Between Health Professions’ Attitudes: The Saga of Accomplishing Systems-Wide Interprofessionalism,” International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 25, 1, February 2013 (with J. Braithwaite & 6 others).

“Can the Socially Responsible Consumer be Mainstream?” („Kann der gesellschaftlich verantwortliche Konsument zum Mainstream werden?“) Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik (J. for Business, Economic and Ethics), 12, 3 (with P. Auger & G. Eckhardt).  (Invited article based on keynote address).

“Strategic Implications for (Non-Equity) Alliance Performance,” Long Range Planning, 45, 5–6, 2012 (with S. Gudergan, N. Richter & S. Ellis).

“Perspectives on the Art and Science of Management Scholarship,” Academy of Management Perspectives, 26, 1, February 2012 (with D. Seigel).

“A Four-Year, Systems-wide Intervention Promoting Interprofessional Collaboration,” BMCHealth Services Research, 12, 99, April 2012 (with J. Braithwaite & 7 others).

“Social Responsibility, Global Strategy and the Multinational Enterprise: Global Monitory Democracy and the Meaning of Place and Space,” Global Strategy Journal, 1, 3-42 (launch issue), 2011.

“Customer Relationship Management and Firm Performance,” Journal of Information Technology, 26, 3, 2011 (with T. Coltman & D. Midgley).

“Best-Worst Scaling Approach to Predict Customer Choice for 3PL Services” Journal of Business Logistics, 32, 2, 2011 (with T. Coltman & B. Keating).

“What Drive the Choice of Third Party Logistics Provider?” Journal of Supply Chain Management, 47, 2, April 2011 (with E. Anderson, T. Coltman & B. Keating).

“Why Don’t Consumers Behave Ethically?” Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 9, 6, November/December 2010 (with G. Eckhardt & R. Belk).

“Using Frontier Analysis to Evaluate Company Performance,” British Journal of Management, 21, 4, December 2010 (with G. Yip & G. Johnson).

“Organizational Knowledge and the Project Dimension,” International Journal of Project Organisation and Management, 2, 3 September 2010 (with L. Bourgenon).

“The Consumer, Politics and Everyday Life,” Australasian Marketing Journal, 18, 3, August 2010. (ERA B)

 “The Importance of Social Consumerism Across Eight Countries,” Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft (Journal of Business Economics), 2010, 1 (with P. Auger & J. Louviere). 

“Supply Chain Contract Evolution,” European Management Journal, 27, 6, December 2009 (with T. Coltman, K. Bru, Nidthida Perm-Ajchariyawong & G.R.G. Benito).

“Measuring Organizational Performance as a Dependent Variable: Towards Methodological Best Practice,” Journal of Management, 35, 3, June 2009 (with P. Richard, G. Yip & G. Johnson).

“Measuring Long Term Superior Performance: The UK’s Long-Term Financial Performers, 1983-2004,” Long Range Planning, 42, 3, June 2009 (with G. Yip & G. Johnson).

“Modelling Consumer Choice Behaviour in Space Tourism,” Tourism Management, 30, 3, June 2009 (with G. Crouch, J. Louviere & T. Islam).

“Is The Socially Responsible Corporation a Myth? The Good, Bad and Ugly of Corporate Social Responsibility,” Academy of Management Perspectives, 23, 2, May 2009 (shortlisted for best paper of 2009).

“The Nature and Role of Power in Client-Consultant Teams,” Journal of Strategy & Management, 21, 1, February 2009 (with N. Nikolova).

Recent Books and Refereed Monographs

Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises (Volume 28), Emerald Group Publishing, (with L. Tihanyi, E.R, Banalieva, and T. Pedersen, (Eds.) (2015).

Introduction to Part I: PWC Strategy & Eminent Scholar in International Management 2014. Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises (Volume, 28, pp. 3-4), (with L. Tihanyi, E. R. Banalieva, and T. Pedersen (Eds.),

Introduction to Part II: Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises, Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises (Volume, 28) (with L. Tihanyi, E. R. Banalieva, and T. Pedersen).
Editors Introduction. In Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises (Volume, 28, pp. xix-xx), (with L. Tihanyi,, T. Pedersen) 2015.

Orchestration of the Global Network Organization (Volume 27), Bingley: Emerald, 2014 (co-editor) (with T. Pedersen, M. Venzin and L. Tihanyi).

Philosophy of Science and Meta Knowledge in International Business and Management, Advances in International Management (Volume 26), Bingley: Emerald, 2013 (co-editor) (with T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi).

Institutional Theory in International Business and Management, Advances in International Management (Volume 25), Bingley: Emerald, 2012 (co-editor) (with T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi). http://www.emeraldinsight.com/books.htm?issn=1571-5027&volume=25

Dynamics of Globalization: Location-Specific Advantages or Liability of Foreignness? Advances in International Management (Volume 24), Bingley: Emerald, 2011 (co-editor) (with C. G. Asmussen, T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi). http://www.emeraldinsight.com/books.htm?issn=1571-5027&volume=24

The Myth of the Ethical Consumer, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010 (with P. Auger and G. Eckhardt). Website: http://www.mythoftheethicalconsumer.com (Winner of the 2012 SIM Book Award at the Academy of Management).

The Past, Present and Future of International Business and Management, Advances in International Management (Volume 23), Bingley: Emerald, 2010 (co-editor) (with T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi). http://www.emeraldinsight.com/books.htm?issn=1571-5027&volume=23

Managing the Global Corporation: Case Studies in Strategy and Management, 2nd Edition, New York: McGraw-Hill, 2001 (with J. de la Torre & Y. Doz).

Selected Chapters in Books and Annals

“Choice Modelling,” in D. Teece and M. Augier, eds., Encyclopedia of Strategic Management, Hampshire: Palgrave, 2013 (with N. Lin).

“Do We Do Science? Philosophy And Knowledge In International Business And Management,” in T. Devinney, T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi eds., Philosophy of Science and Meta-Knowledge in International Business and Management (Volume 26), Bingley: Emerald, 2013 (with T. Pedersen & L. Tihanyi).

“Meta-Analytic Research in International Business and International Management,” in T. Devinney, T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi eds., Philosophy of Science and Meta-Knowledge in International Business and Management (Volume 26), Bingley: Emerald, 2013 (with P. Buckley & R. Tang).

“Do We Really Understand a Research Topic? Finding Answers Through Meta-Analysis,” in T. Devinney, T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi, eds., Philosophy of Science and Meta-Knowledge in International Business and Management (Volume 26), Bingley: Emerald, 2013 (with R. Tang).

“The Nature of Client-Consultant Interaction,” in M. Kipping and T. Clark, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Management Consulting, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012 (with N. Nikolova).*

“Institutional Theory in International Business and Management,” in L. Tihanyi, T. Devinney and T. Pedersen, eds., Institutional Theory in International Business and Management (Volume 25), Bingley: Emerald, 2012 (with L. Tihanyi & T. Pedersen).

“Developments in Space Tourism,” in C. H. C. Hsu and  W. H. Gartner, eds., The Routledge Handbook of Tourism Research, Abington: Routledge, 2011 (with G. Crouch & J. Louviere).

“The Importance of Internal and External Knowledge Sourcing and Firm Performance: A Latent Class Estimation,” in C. G. Asmussen, T., Pedersen, T. Devinney and L. Tihanyi, eds., Dynamics of Globalization: Location-Specific Advantages or Liability of Foreignness? Advances in International Management, Volume 24. Bingley: Emerald, 2011 (with T. Pedersen & C. Soo).*

“Dynamics of Globalization: Location-Specific Advantages or Liability of Foreignness?,” in C. G. Asmussen T., Pedersen, T. Devinney and L. Tihanyi, eds., Dynamics of Globalization: Location-Specific Advantages or Liability of Foreignness? Advances in International Management, Volume 24. Bingley: Emerald, 2011 (with C. G. Asmussen, T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi).

“Bringing Managers' Decision Models into FDI Research,” in R. Ramamurti and N. Hashai (eds.), Essays in Honor of Yair Ahroni, New York: Emerald, 2011.

“Using Market Segmentation Approaches to Understand the Green Consumer,” in T. Bansal and A. Hoffman, eds., Oxford Handbook of Business and the Natural Environment, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2011.*

“The Past, Present and Future of International Business & Management,” in T. Devinney, T., Pedersen and L. Tihanyi, eds., The Past, Present & Future of International Business & Management, Advances in International Management, Volume 23. Bingley: Emerald, 2010 (with T. Pedersen & L. Tihanyi).

“Global Segments of Socially Conscious Consumers: Do They Exist?” in N.C. Smith, C.B. Bhattacharya, D. Vogel and D. Levine, eds., Global Challenges in Responsible Business, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010 (with P. Auger & J. Louviere).

Video Publications and Documentaries

“Consumer Ethics Across Cultures,” published in conjunction with Consumption, Markets, and Culture, Finalist at the European ACR Film Festival, 2005 (24 Minutes).

“Why Don’t Consumers Behave Ethically? The Social Construction of Consumption,” People’s Choice Award winner at the European ACR Film Festival, 2006 (27 Minutes), Finalist at the ACR Film Festival, 2006.  Full video published by Insight Media.

Selected Centre and Research Program Published Reports

What Matters to Citizens of the Czech Republic: Social, Political and Economic Values. Sydney & Melbourne: The Anatomy of Civil Societies Research Project, 2013 (with P. Auger, R. DeSailly & M. Ulrych).

What Matters to Citizens of the UK: Social, Political and Economic Values. Sydney & Melbourne: The Anatomy of Civil Societies Research Project, 2012 (with P. Auger & R. DeSailly).

What Matters to Germans: Social, Political and Economic Values. Sydney & Melbourne: The Anatomy of Civil Societies Research Project, 2012 (with P. Auger, R. DeSailly, C. Erfgen, H. Sattler & J. Schwalbach).

What Matters to Americans: Social, Political and Economic Values. Sydney & Melbourne: The Anatomy of Civil Societies Research Project, 2012 (with P. Auger & R. DeSailly).

What Matters to Australians: Our Social, Political and Economic Values. Sydney & Melbourne: The Anatomy of Civil Societies Research Project, 2012 (with P. Auger & R. DeSailly).

Tourism and the Competition for Discretionary Expenditure. Melbourne: Sustainable Tourism CRC, 2006 (with G. Crouch, S. Dolnicar T. Huybers, J. Louviere & H. Oppewal).

Going Where No Tourist Has Gone Before: The Future Demand for Space Tourism. Sydney: The Future Choice Initiative, 2006 (with G. Crouch & J. Louviere).

Leaving Home: Is There a Case for Asian Expansion for Australian Banks and Insurers? Sydney: Centre for Corporate Change, 2005 (with O. Young & D. Huang, NM Rothschild).
Customer Relationship Success, Sydney: Centre for Corporate Change, 2004 (with T. Coltman).

Modeling Likely Uptake of Future Technologies: An Information Acceleration Approach, Sydney: Cooperative Research Centre for Smart Internet Technology, 2003 (with T. Coltman & J. Louviere).

The Management of Intellectual Property in Australian Organisations, Sydney: Centre for Corporate Change, 2003 (with A. Liberman, Freehills).

The Strategic Application of E-Intelligence, Sydney: Centre for Corporate Change, 2001 (with T. Coltman & D. Midgley).

Presentations

University of Leeds, Institute for Transport Studies (January, 2016)
ESRC Seminar Series on Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Consumption Ethics, Royal Holloway UCL (Keynote, January 2016)
European Int’l Business Academy (Rio de Janeiro, Dunning Doctoral Consortium Faculty)
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez; Santiago de Chile (December, 2015)
Universidad ESAN; Lima, Peru (December, 2015)
Innovation Forum (London, November 2015) (Keynote Panel)
Hamburg School of Business Administration (November, 2015)
University of Hamburg (October, 2015)
University of Bath (October, 2015)