ECSI Research Centre
Striving for novelty and relevance at ECSI
We aim to contribute to management practice with new theories, cases and ideas to meet the following broad challenges:
- Building extraordinary organizational capabilities able to sustain long-term profitable growth
- Creating organizations that win with innovation.
ECSI research is based on rigorous standards and published in the best global management magazines and media, such as the Harvard Business Review, London Business School Review, Rotman Management, and the European Business Review (for the full library, visit “Publications”).
Our ambition is to make a difference to management practice. This is why in selecting research topics we look for novelty and, equally importantly, for relevance, ideas that address concrete business issues and are on the strategy agenda of global business leaders.
Our Thinker Partners
Collaborating with the brightest minds for a shared purpose
In addition to the ECSI Research Centre, we partner with a select number of leading management thinkers around the world. We tap into their brains and ideas. Either we collaborate on joint research cases or we develop their thinking to make it more applicable to the real business world. In the latter case we experiment and co-create tools and methods to deliver consulting engagements based on their ideas.
The thinkers we partner with have an extraordinary personal interest in advancing the practice of management. Their ideas must be original, relevant and practical for business leaders. Our network of thinkers also acts as a sounding board for our company’s strategy.
Our relationship with thinkers is deep. We share a sense of purpose in advancing management practices. They are also colleagues who we enjoy working with.
We collaborate on “Platform Strategies and business models”
We collaborate on “Strategic and Organizational Agility”
We collaborate on “Innovation Strategy”
Michael Jacobides at LBS
We collaborate on “Value Migration in Evolving Ecosystems”
We collaborate on “Chinese Digital Ecosystems”