Exploring the Mystery of Management from Great Minds

In the News: February 21, 2018

The importance of innovation can never be ignored by a manager, an organization, or a country. How does one build a sustainable competitive advantage? A subsidiary question is: how to profit from innovation? These two fundamental questions have always been core in both the research and practice of strategic and innovation management.

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Dialogue with David Teece

Events and Engagements: November 18, 2017

At the concluding celebration for the 30th anniversary of Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, David Teece discussed enterprise theory and strategic management. He was also interviewed about topics including intellectual property, the “Single European Patent,” and the Profiting from Innovation (PFI) model.

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University of Cambridge R&D Management Conference

Events and Engagements: June 23, 2016

On July 5, David Teece will provide a keynote address on “Profiting from Innovation in the Digital Economy: Platforms, Standards, and Business Models in the Wireless World” at the University of Cambridge Centre for Technology Management’s R&D Management Conference, “From Science to Society: Innovation and Value Creation.”

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Profiting from Innovation

Events and Engagements: June 12, 2016

David Teece spoke at the Consortium on Competitiveness and Cooperation (CCC) 23rd Annual Conference for Doctoral Student Research hosted by Bocconi University in Milan, Italy.

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Profiting from Innovation: Building Firm Level and National Competitiveness

Events and Engagements: March 4, 2013

In a presentation at Claremont McKenna College, Haas Business School Professor David Teece delivered the important message that the development of knowledge assets and capabilities are now central to competitive advantage. Dr. Teece said that, “The flow of information, the expansion of markets, and easier access to complementary assets are stripping away traditional sources of competitive advantage, leaving knowledge and competence as the difficult-to-replicate bottleneck assets which anchor enterprise level competitive advantage. Scale and scope advantages are of limited value on such environments.”

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