How do you know your company’s business model is built to recover and thrive in the post-Covid era? How can you diagnose or define the changes that need to be made? The Business Economics Committee proudly invites you to join Brad Killaly, Associate Dean for Full-Time MBA Programs with Michigan Ross, as he guides you through frameworks and cases to help you examine your business model and strategy for recovery in the post-Covid-19 economy.
Brad Killaly is the Associate Dean for the Full Time and Global MBA Programs. He returned to his alma mater in 2014, when he joined the Strategy faculty here at Ross. Prior to Ross, he was a faculty member at Emory University. He has also been a visiting professor of strategy at University of Oxford (UK), Duke University and UC San Diego. His research is in the fields of strategy and organization theory, with specific interests in theories of firm change and its effect on performance. His current research focus is in the health care industry, in particular, the effect of reimbursement policies, labor turnover, and expansion strategies on the efficiency, care quality and performance of hospice and long term care providers. He has earned over twenty university teaching awards from seven universities, including four Neary teaching awards since joining Ross. Prior to his academic career, Brad worked in corporate finance, including an assignment to design and define the first strategic planning enterprise for a global bank.