Corporate governance, especially the interactions between firm ownership, management, and strategy in an multinational context.
Automobiles, Telecommunication Services
Harry Korine combines expertise in strategy and governance to offer a unique perspective on business. As an independent educator, consultant, and public speaker, he engages with executives, board members, and owners to address questions of strategy development and long-term value generation, especially in a multinational context.
His research has resulted in several books and numerous articles, including “The Leap to Globalization” (Jossey-Bass, 2002), “Entrepreneurs and Democracy”, (Cambridge University Press, 2008) and “When You Shouldn’t Go Global”, (Harvard Business Review, 2008). His newest book, “ Firm Ownership, Management, and Strategy”, is due to be published by Cambridge University Press in 2012. In bridging the worlds of research and practice, he is able to help companies turn leading edge ideas into concrete business actions.
For many years, Harry has been a member of the Strategic and International Management faculty at the London Business School; additional teaching appointments include INSEAD (Visiting Professor of Strategy) and the Hochschule St.Gallen. He has designed and delivered learning experiences for a wide variety of corporate clients, for example ABB, Deutsche Telekom, E.On, Fresenius, HSBC, KPMG, Mars, Nokia, and SAP. He enjoys being involved in growth and alliance initiatives and works particularly well with top management teams who want to have their business thinking challenged.
Harry has a PhD in Strategic Management from INSEAD, an MBA from UCLA and B.A./B.S. degrees in International Relations and Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.
Born and raised in Switzerland, Harry is fluent in English, French, German, and Japanese. He has worked and lived all over the world and feels at home in cities as different as San Francisco, Paris, and Singapore. '