Ronald Klingebiel is Professor of Strategy at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. He has held previous positions at Warwick, Duke, MIT, Columbia, and Cambridge.
Ronald researches decision-making problems under uncertainty, particularly as regards resource allocation in innovation and strategy. Building on a background in strategy consulting, Ronald works predominantly with technology firms, including device manufacturers as well as software and service providers, delivering research projects, academic advisory, and executive education. His research on managing innovation as a portfolio of options has been supported by grants from the UK Economic and Social Research Council and the European SEEK Programme.
You can find Ronald’s writing on technology strategy at Forbes, Harvard Business Review, and The Conversation. He has also featured on the BBC, Guardian, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Bloomberg, Le Monde, El Pais, Handelsblatt, and other media outlets.
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|Business Strategy||Bachelor||2017 WS|
|Cases in Strategy and Organization||Master||2017 WS|
|Leadership and Ethics in Global Business||Master||2017 WS|