|Quien es: Piero Morosini|
He is currently carrying out a series of research initiatives at IMD, particularly a large-scale empirical study on “The Common Glue” for successful global performance of multinational companies (please see: http://www01.imd.ch/research/commonglue/ ), and the editing of a book on “Conflict Mergers and Acquisitions” to be published by Financial Times – Prentice Hall on Spring 2003.
Prior to joining IMD in August 1998, he was a Managing Consultant at Andersen Consulting Strategic Services Group (today’s Accenture) in Milan Italy, having formerly worked at McKinsey & Company, JP Morgan, Robert Fleming and the Andean Community, in several locations across Europe, the US and Latin America.
He has attended graduate studies at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (1986-88), where he obtained a Ph.D. in Management, an M.A. in Decision Sciences and an MBA, and has graduated in Economics at Universidad del Pacífico, Lima (1984).
He is a Thought Leadership award winner worldwide at (former) Andersen Consulting Strategic Services Group (today’s Accenture) in 1997-98, and a Senior Research Fellow at ISVOR FIAT since March 2001. He has previously been a Research Fellow at the Wharton Risk Management Center, Philadelphia (1995-98), as well as at the Strategy Department of the Bocconi University, Milan (1993-94).
He has authored a book: Managing Cultural Differences: Effective Strategy and Execution Across Cultures in Global Corporate Alliances (please see: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0080427626/qid=1002787201/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_0_1/103-1175117-8705441 ). He has also published on globalization strategies, knowledge management, managerial execution, mergers and acquisitions and strategic alliances in journals such as: Journal of International Business Studies, and the European Management Journal.