Hal Gregersen Investigates The Innovator’s DNA And Discovers 5 Critical Characteristics

Hal Gregersen, author of THE INNOVATOR'S DNA

Hal Gregersen is a Professor of Leadership at INSEAD where he pursues his vocation of executive teaching, coaching, consulting, and research.

Before joining INSEAD, Hal taught at the London Business School, Tuck School–Dartmouth College, Helsinki School of Economics, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy–Tufts University, Brigham Young University, Thunderbird, and Turku School of Economics as a Fulbright Fellow.

In 1983 he completed his masters in organizational change from Brigham Young University (with Honors) and in 1989 a Ph.D. in business administration from the University of California, Irvine.

Hal’s book, The Innovator’s DNA, flows from a path-breaking international research project conducted with Jeff Dyer (Wharton/BYU) and Clayton Christensen (Harvard Business School).

Hal has co-authored numerous books, including It Starts With One: Changing Individuals Changes Organizations and Global Explorers: The Next Generation of Leaders.

Hal and his wife live in France and Abu Dhabi where he pursues his lifelong avocation, photography, and she her lifelong love, painting, as part of a global community of social entrepreneurs dedicated to creating positive social change through the arts.

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