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Andrew ShipilovProfessor and a John H. Laudon Chair of International Management at INSEAD
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Andrew Shipilov is a Professor and a John H. Laudon Chair of International Management at INSEAD, a top business school in Europe, Abu Dhabi and Singapore. He is currently a Visiting Professor at London Business School.
Andrew is a recognised expert in strategy, innovation and collaboration. His work focuses on how companies engage in digital transformation and integrate technology in their strategies. Given disruptive change and industry convergence, companies cannot digitally transform and effectively innovate on their own. Instead, companies need to build partnerships, platforms and ecosystems with their customers, suppliers and even competitors. Andrew’s research explains how company leaders can make these changes to their business models in the most effective way. His research covers the financial services, technology, luxury and fashion sectors.
He is a multi-year winner of teaching awards at INSEAD. He has worked with clients such as Google, Bayer, Corning, Royal Dutch Shell, BNP Paribas and many other world leading companies.
Andrew Shipilov’s research has appeared in the Harvard Business Review (2015), MIT Sloan Management Review (2012, 2018), Strategic Management Journal (2018) and other academic and practitioner outlets. He is also the co-author of “Network Advantage: How to Unlock Value from Your Alliances and Partnerships” (Wiley, 2014) He also co-authored reports on top CEOs’ ecosystem strategies with Russel Reynolds Associates and led INSEAD’s Digital Transformation Survey initiative. He received an “Emerging Scholar Award” recognising his pioneering work on collaboration, performance and innovation from Strategic Management Society in 2014. Andrew has a forthcoming article on digital transformation in the Harvard Business Review in 2019.
Andrew Shipilov is a faculty director of INSEAD’s Blue Ocean Strategy Program.