Strategy & Innovation

Vinit Nijhawan Gives WSJ $19 Billion Reasons “Why US Entrepreneurs Should Compete On Price”

Vinit Nijhawan Gives WSJ $19 Billion Reasons "Why US Entrepreneurs Should Compete On Price"


Is the iPad Wait a Marketing Plan or Pipeline Problem? BU Marketing and IS Faculty Weigh In

Two perspectives from two disciplines For coverage of the long lines and extended waiting periods customers are willing to endure for the new Apple iPad, the media turns to faculty at Boston University School of Management for insight from various... More

Google, Not Microsoft, Will Draw Increasing Antitrust Scrutiny in Europe, N. Venkatraman Tells Media

"The spotlight will be on Google"   In coverage of antitrust complaints against Google search in Europe, the E-Commerce Times seeks insight from Boston University's N. Venkat Venkatraman, the David J. McGrath, Jr. Professor in Management and the 22nd most-cited management scholar in academic... More

Professor Paul McManus Blogs from, and Post, Copenhagen Climate Summit

"A Climate of Change: Copenhagen and Beyond"   Clean energy expert Paul McManus, executive-in-residence and lecturer at the School of Management at Boston University, joined the 2009 Copenhagen Climate Conference, blogging from, and then beyond, the event.  McManus is director of International... More

Nation, Culture, Geography: Impact on Innovation

11.19.09 In this interview, Associate Professor of Strategy and Innovation Jeffrey Furman disscusses his work on how innovation is impacted (or not) by nation, culture and geography. This text will be replaced jwplayer('mediaspace').setup({ 'flashplayer': '', ... More