Professor of Entrepreneurship
Degree in Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis; PhD in Management of Organizations, Columbia University. Formerly: US Army officer; independent computer consultant; MIS manager; assistant to president of non-profit organization and entrepreneurial start-up. Currently, teaches courses in entrepreneurship, leadership and strategic management of innovation, has written over 100 original cases and notes for these classes. Research interests include formation of entrepreneurial businesses, managing growth, processes of technological evolution, strategy implementation, and complexity theory. Associate Editor, Administrative Science Quarterly. Co-Author: Managing Strategic Innovation and Change: A Collection of Readings (second edition 2004); Inside the Kaisha: Demystifying Japanese Business Behavior (1997).