Gary Hamel

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Dr. Gary P. Hamel
Gary Hamel and Eric Schmidt at MLab dinner.jpg
Gary Hamel (left) interviews Eric Schmidt (right)
Born 1954 [1]
Alma mater University of Michigan
Occupation Author, professional speaker, consultant, management expert
Website garyhamel.com

Dr. Gary P. Hamel (born 1954) is an American management expert. He is a founder of Strategos, an international management consulting firm based in Chicago.

Biography[edit]

Hamel is a graduate of Andrews University (1975) and the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan (1990[2])

Hamel has been was Visiting Professor of International Business at the University of Michigan (PhD 1990) and at Harvard Business School. He is a visiting Professor of Strategic Management at London Business School.

Hamel is divorced and currently lives in Salt Lake City.

Work[edit]

Gary Hamel is the originator (with C. K. Prahalad) of the concept of core competencies. He is also the director of the Woodside Institute, a nonprofit research foundation based in Woodside, California. He was a founder of the consulting firm Strategos, serving as Chairman until 2003. The UTEK Corporation acquired Strategos in 2008 in an all-stock transaction as reported by the SEC.

The Wall Street Journal ranked Gary Hamel as one of the world's most influential business thinkers,[3] and Forbes magazine has called him "the world's leading expert on business strategy".[4] In 2013, his name was not present on an updated version of the Wall Street Journal list.[5]

He is also a member of the Reliance Innovation Council formed by Reliance Industries Limited, India.[6]

Selected publications[edit]

Articles, a selection
  • The Core Competence of the Corporation (with C.K. Prahalad) (Harvard Business Review) (1990)
  • Strategic Intent (with C.K. Prahalad) (Harvard Business Review) (1989)
  • Corporate Imagination and Expeditionary Marketing (with C.K. Prahalad) (Harvard Business Review) (1991)
  • Strategy as Stretch and Leverage (with C.K. Prahalad) (Harvard Business Review) (1993)
  • Strategy as Revolution (Harvard Business Review) (1996)
  • Bringing Silicon Valley Inside (Harvard Business Review), (1999)
  • The Quest for Resilience (with Liisa Välikangas) (Harvard Business Review) (2003)
  • "Funding Growth in an Age of Austerity" (with Gary Getz) (Harvard Business Review, July–August 2004)
  • The Why, What, and How of Management Innovation (Harvard Business Review), 84, (2006)

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