Mitchell P. Koza
Mitchell P. Koza’s award winning research, cases, and commentary have explored issues of producing cooperation in international strategic management, have been published in major academic and practitioner outlets, and have been translated into eight languages. His current research examines the ways that companies adapt to periods of competitive, regulatory, market, and technological disorder. Koza currently serves as Distinguished Professor of Global Strategy at Rutgers Business School, having served as both Vice Dean at RBS and Dean of the Rutgers School of Business –Camden.
Prior to his Rutgers appointment, he spent almost 2 decades as an expatriate, most recently as Director General (CEO) and Professor of International Strategy at INSEAD-CEDEP, an executive education consortium of 35 multinational companies, in Fontainebleau, France. He was Founding Director of the Centre for International Business and held the Chair in International Strategy at Cranfield School of Management in the United Kingdom, and before that, spent 11 years at INSEAD as a faculty member. Prior to his move to Europe, Koza held appointments at UCLA, Yale, and Chicago.
He has served on the Board of Directors of EGOS, sat on the Quality of Markets Committee of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, and was a member of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey. Koza was Co-Founder and Chair of the Global Strategy Interest Group of the Strategic Management Society, and Founding Director of the interest group’s Junior Faculty Workshop. He is currently a member of the Senior Advisory Board of the Global Strategy Journal.