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Jay Dial

Biography

Jayís interests include competitive strategy, leadership, and governance issues. He teaches graduate-level strategy and microeconomics courses, and has won multiple teaching awards. He is a regular contributor to Fisher College's custom executive programs working with various clients, such as Cardinal Health, Nationwide, Textron, The Limited, Scottís/Miracle-Gro, and Alliance Data among others. He has published scholarly articles in the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Financial Economics, and the Journal of Management, and he has authored multiple Harvard Business School teaching cases. He has also consulted to a broad variety of clients on strategy issues, including Aeropostale, Timken, Roadway, Lubrizol, Baker-Hughes, Keybank, Tosoh America, and Sterling Commerce. Jay previously worked as a management consultant with Deloitte Consulting in Boston, focusing on corporate strategy issues. Prior to that, he worked in brand management at Kraft at their world headquarters. He has also held faculty positions at Texas A&M University and Case Western Reserve University. Jay received his Doctor of Business Administration from Harvard University, his MBA from the University of Chicago, and his Bachelorís at Old Dominion University.

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Jay’s interests include competitive strategy, leadership, and governance issues, and he teaches graduate-level strategy and microeconomics courses, and has won multiple teaching awards. He is a regular contributor to Fisher’s custom executive programs working with various clients, such as Cardinal Health, Nationwide, Textron, The Limited, Scott’s/Miracle-Gro and Alliance Data among others. He has published scholarly articles in the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Financial Economics, and Journal of Management, and has authored multiple Harvard Business School teaching cases.

He has also consulted to a broad variety of clients on strategy issues, including Aeropostale, Timken, Roadway, Lubrizol, Baker-Hughes, Keybank, Tosoh America, and Sterling Commerce. Jay previously worked as a management consultant with Deloitte Consulting in Boston, focusing on corporate strategy issues. Prior to that, he worked in brand management at Kraft at their world headquarters. He has also held faculty positions at Texas A&M University and Case Western Reserve University. Jay received his Doctor of Business Administration from Harvard University, his MBA from the University of Chicago, and his Bachelor’s at Old Dominion University.
 

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