My research interests span the inventive value chain: (a) creating inventions and learning (b) obtaining patent protection for these inventions, and (c) monetizing such patents. I am working on several projects situated in these complementary domains.
BCOR 2304 - Strategic and Entrepreneurial Thinking
Spring 2019 / Spring 2020 / Spring 2021 / Spring 2022
Provides students with a set of critical thinking skills and theoretical tools to enhance students' abilities at strategic and entrepreneurial thinking. We examine the following topics: (1) What is Strategy and Entrepreneurship, (2) External Analysis and Porter's 5 Forces, (3) Internal Analysis and the Resource Based View, (4) SWOT Analysis, (5) Differentiation, Cost Leadership, and Blue Ocean Strategy. Credit not granted for this course and BASE 2101.
MGMT 4850 - Senior Seminar in Management
Covers the issues and challenges of running a firm in a competitive environment. It integrates and builds upon coursework in other functional areas. Discusses principles, frameworks, and techniques that helps understand how to analyze the competitive environment; firm sources of competitive advantage; competitive dynamics; and, specific types of strategies to promote firm performance. Focuses on specific company examples. Formerly MGMT 4000.