Yves Doz is the Solvay Chaired Professor of Technological Innovation at INSEAD. He was Dean of Executive Education (1998-2002) and Associate Dean for Research and Development (1990-1995) at INSEAD. His research on the strategy and organization of multinational companies led to numerous publications, including several books, in particular The Multinational Mission: Balancing Local Demands and Global Vision, co-authored with CK. Prahalad (1987) and From Global to Metanational: How Companies Win in the Knowledge Economy co-authored with Jose Santos and Peter Williamson (Harvard Business School Press, 2001). His research work won numerous awards, in particular a Distinguished Scholar Award from the Academy of Management (2003) and an election as "Inaugural Fellow of the Strategic Management Society" (2005). Prof. Doz was elected Fellow of the Academy of Management (2006), and was also nominated by The Economist as one of a handful of European 'Management Gurus'.
Keeley Wilson is Senior Researcher at INSEAD. For almost twenty years Keeley's work in both research and consulting has focused on global innovation strategies, management and processes, strategic alliances, and leadership challenges in complex environments. She has undertaken projects throughout Europe, the USA, and Asia at a wide range of companies including HP, Novartis, Shell, Siemens, Reuters, Schneider, and Xerox.