I strongly believe in having a firm connection between my research and teaching. Fortunately, business model innovation, in addition to being a fascinating research area, is also a very interesting and useful topic for undergraduate, graduate, and executive students in any business school. Thus, it is my ambition to design courses and develop course material anchored in the findings emerging from my research on business models and business model innovation.
In my own teaching, I have independently designed and delivered Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and Business Model Innovation courses to Executives, Master-level, and undergraduate students at the Toulouse Business School in Toulouse, France, and at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain. I currently teach strategy and entrepreneurship at the Toulouse Business School in France. My classroom style is participatory and experiential.
I had the opportunity to learn from the experts while working as a teaching assistant with Prof. Ghemawat during the premiere of his “Globalization of Strategy” course with MBA students at the IESE Business School, as well as while assisting Prof. Lütolf-Carroll with her MBA course “From Innovation to Cash Flows” at ESADE Business School. I also benefited highly from inspiration and personalized mentoring generously offered by Prof. Le Menestrel from the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF).