Shortlisted: 2015 Thinkers50 Strategy Award, 2011 Thinkers50 Strategy Award
Richard D’Aveni, professor of strategic management at the Tuck Business School at Dartmouth University, created the concept of hyper-competition. Most recently his work has looked at commoditization and, in his 2012 book Strategic Capitalism, the competitive clash of nations. It secured his place on the Thinkers50 Strategy Award shortlist.
Richard’s Articles on the Thinkers50 Blog
- Printing The Future: The Last Bastion Of Blue Collar Labor Is About To Fall
3D printing is getting attention for all sorts of cool innovations, from artificial coral reefs to facial reconstruction. But the more interesting side […]
- Tesla’s Sky-High Stock is a Sign of Wall Street Losing Its Focus
It’s a crazy time. Tesla, which last year made only 80,000 vehicles and is still losing money, just surpassed General Motors in […]
- Get Your Organization Ready for 3D Printing
In the late 1980s, Motorola faced a major threat to its fast-growing cell phone business. Rivals were developing digital technology […]
- 3D Printing Will Revive Conglomerates
Conglomerates, at least in the United States, have a checkered history. Hailed in the 1960s as bastions of sophisticated management, they used […]
- Who Needs the Paris Climate Accords When You Have 3D Printing?
Al Gore’s new “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” has him haranguing leaders who resist the Paris climate accords. Without […]