Prof. Donald Sull
Professor of Management Practice at Lonndon Business School
Donald N. Sull is a Professor of Management Practice in Strategic and International Management and Faculty Director of Executive Education at the London Business School where he designed, directs and teaches an intensive week-long “boot camp” to help senior executives thrive in turbulent markets. He has been identified as a guru by the Economist, which named his theory of active inertia as an idea that has shaped business management over the past century. His current research areas include how successful companies make and execute strategy in unpredictable markets, regulated technology-intensive industries (medical devices, telecommunications), and high-tech sectors (enterprise software, consumer electronics).
Prof. Sull received his AB, MBA, and doctorate from Harvard University, and served as a Professor of Entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School. He was also a consultant at McKinsey & Company, Inc
He currently serves as an advisor to start-up and established firms in Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America.
Prof Sull has received prizes and awards for his work and is frequently interviewed by the BBC, CNN, and National Public Radio among others. He has published four books and over 100 case studies, book chapters, and articles, including several best-selling Harvard Business Review articles.
In his invaluable presentations Donald advises established and start-up companies on the most suitable business strategies and growing revenues while maintaining financial and operational discipline. In particular he demonstrates how to successfully operate in volatile industries and markets.
Having won teaching awards at the London Business School and Harvard University, Donald‘s high content speeches are filled with useful insights and essential information delivered skilfully in a well prepared format.