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“Strategy is meaningless without execution. Execution is worthless without a strategic direction. Business model is what brings strategy and execution together”.
Peter Moran, 2007
Dr. Peter Moran is lecturer of strategy and international management at the UNSW Australia Business School and London Business School (LBS) where he teaches core courses in Strategy, General Management and Strategic Problem Solving to full time and executive MBA students.
He was twice awarded the 'Best Core Teacher Award' by the School's Executive MBA Classes of 2004 and 2005 respectively.
He also teaches strategy in TEM’s executive MBA program and to IT software and
service providers at the Scandinavian International Management Institute and
managers at BASF.
Peter holds degrees in BS (Chemical Engineering), Clarkson; MBA, Cornell; and Ph.D. (Strategy), INSEAD.
■ Strategic Management;
■ Strategic Innovation;
■ Strategic Change;
■ New Business Models;
■ Business Simulation;
■ Understanding General Management;
■ Strategic Problem-solving;
■ Corporate Social Responsibility and Competetive Advantage.
His publications include:
• Social Capital and Managerial Performance, Strategic Management Journal, 2005;
• A New Manifesto for Management appearing, Sloan Management Review,1999;
• Firms and the Process of Economic Development, Academy of Management Review, 1999;
• Bad for Practice: A Critique of the Transaction Cost Theory and Markets, Academy
of Management Review, 1996.