WHAT IS NEW TODAY?
When a successful Covid-19 vaccine will have been found,
the business world is unlikely to go back to where it was before the virus.
The corona-virus is just a spark on an accumulating powder keg of social and economic inequalities that have bred discontent and revolts in many regions of the world.
Climate change will likely exacerbate hardship on economically disadvantaged groups,
and breed further discontent, social unrest and conflicts in many countries.
Coupled with the cold war that has started between the US and its allies and China and its associates, businesses will move in a very volatile and uncertain world in the next decade.
Thoughtful and socially responsible leadership at all levels will be needed.
Please consult various publications on how companies and leaders can develop resilient strategies and up-skill their capabilities on this website.
ABOUT QUY HUY
WORLD SCHOLAR ON STRATEGY EXECUTION
Dr. Quy Huy is a professor of strategy at INSEAD since 1998. He is known as a leading world scholar in linking social behavioral factors such as collective emotions to strategic innovation, strategy execution, and strategic change.
Originally trained as an electrical engineer then in corporate finance, he worked for 16 years in various managerial functions with several large information technology firms in North America. His managerial career covered three main areas:
(1) systems and software engineering;
(2) sales and marketing
(3) corporate finance, where he dealt with institutional investors and credit rating agencies and worked on joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, and turnarounds of firms with turnover up to 10 billion dollars.
Huy is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). He specialized in the determination of cost of capital, analysis of very large capital projects, capital structure and debt financing, and valuation of business ventures and risks.
Dr. Huy’s research on middle managers was published in and selected by Harvard Business Review as “Breakthrough Ideas for Today's Business Agenda."
AWARDS AND HONOURS
2020 Best Paper Award, Academy of Management, Organization Development & Change Division. “Do we have time to change now? How tensions in valorizing time influence planned organizational change”
(Biniari, M., Huy, Q. & Ravasi, D.)
2020 Nominated for Strategic Management Society Annual Conference Best Paper
Award. “Power to the People? The Limits of Equality-Based Involvement in Managing Strategic Change.”
(Mack, D., Huy, Q.)
2018 Best Paper Award, Academy of Management, Strategy as Practice Interest Group. “Shaping top managers’ moods: Board emotion regulation in the strategy formulation process”
(T. Vuori, Huy, Q.)