Evening with Prof Aneel Karnani
Dear U of Michigan Alumni,
It gives me great pleasure to announce that Prof Aneel Karnani, Professor of Strategy at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan will make time to meet with Michigan alumni on 27th July 2016 (Wednesday) evening.
He will speak to us about “Strategies for Growth in Asia”. But, he will be happy to discuss issues pertaining to poverty, another one of his research areas, and explore opportunities where we can make a difference.
Look forward to you signing up through PEATIX and see you on 27th July 2016.
Professor Aneel Karnani is faculty member
of the Strategy group at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of
Michigan. He has held visiting appointments to teach in the MBA and executive
development programs at many universities including the Northwestern University,
London Business School, INSEAD (France), HEC (France), CEIBS (China), Indian
Business School, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), and INCAE (Costa Rica).
In addition, he has lectured in several other countries in Latin America,
Middle East, Europe and Asia.
Prior to joining the University of Michigan's faculty in 1980, he obtained his doctoral degree from the Harvard Business School. He also holds an MBA and B.Tech. (Electrical Engineering), both from India.
Professor Karnani's interests are focused on three topics: strategies for growth, global competition, and the role of business in society. He studies how firms can leverage existing competitive advantages and create new ones to achieve rapid growth. He is interested in global competition, particularly in the context of emerging economies. He studies both how local companies can compete against large multinational firms, and how multinational firms can succeed in these unfamiliar markets. Karnani researches poverty reduction and the appropriate roles for the private sector, the state and civil society. He is interested in how society can strike the appropriate balance between private profits and public welfare in tackling major societal problems. He has published in and is a member of the editorial boards of several professional journals, such as Management Science, Strategic Management Journal, and California Management Review.
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM SGT
- Venue Address
- 120 Robinson Road #15-01 Singapore