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Rita McGrath, a Professor at Columbia Business School, is regarded as one of the world’s top experts on strategy and innovation with particular emphasis on developing sound strategy in uncertain and volatile environments. Her ideas are widely used by leading organizations throughout the world, who describe her thinking as sometimes provocative, but unfailingly stimulating. She fosters a fresh approach to strategy amongst those with whom she works.

Rita has been recognized as one of the Top 10 Most Influential Business Thinkers by Thinkers50 in 2015 and 2013. Thinkers50 presented Rita with the #1 award for Strategy, the Distinguished Achievement Award (2013). She has also been inducted into the Strategic Management Society “Fellows” in recognition of her impact on the field.

If you’d like to get in touch with Rita about speaking at your event, working with your organization, or if you’d just like to keep up-to-date with what’s happening with Rita…

  • For Speaking Engagements, contact Pam Ryan – Pam @ RitaMcGrath.com
  • All other inquiries – call or email Marion Reinson – +1.609.468.5283 (EST) – marion @ ritamcgrath.com
    Follow Rita on Twitter – @rgmcgrath

 

Latest Publications

A new playbook for strategy, one based on updated assumptions about how the world works, The End of Competitive Advantage shows how some of the world’s most successful companies use this method to compete and win today.

Discovery Driven Growth by Rita McGrath and Ian MacMillanMarketbusters by Rita McGrath and Ian MacMillanThe Entrepreneurial Mindset by Rita McGrath and Ian MacMillan

The Latest from Rita

What a startup can learn about customer needs from a medieval practice

In a recent article over at Fortune, I explore what Transferwise, a fast-growing new startup has rediscovered:  an enduring customer need that is currently featuring in the migrant crisis, Hawala.  The practice of Hawala originated centuries ago when traders were concerned that they would be waylaid by bandits along their routes of...

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