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Miller, Paddy

Visiting Professor of Management, CEIBS

Paddy Miller is Visiting Professor of Management at CEIBS. He is an authority on leading innovation in global organizations. Paddy’s approach to researching innovation has been to take a longitudinal perspective to organizational transition as innovation is embedded in the culture. He defined the attributes of the Innovation Architect recently in a co-authored book Innovation as Usual published by Harvard Business Review Publishing in 2013.

In line with this approach, Paddy has become extensively involved in management development issues during the transition to being a creative organization. He has engaged senior managers and their teams over long stretches of time. Companies and organizations include Abbott Labs, Anglo-American Corp, Bulgari, Henkel, Lufthansa, Volkswagen, Caterpillar, the United Nations FAO, Standard Life Scotland, L’Oreal and Abbvie. His work has taken him to countries such Argentina, Russia, Hungary, France, the US, China, Brazil and Australia. He is a sought-after speaker on executive programs - teaching on international programs offered by the business schools of Harvard, Michigan, Macquarie and the University of Virginia. He has spoken at the World Business Forum and the World Innovation Forum among several other high level conferences.  He also serves as Professor of Managing People in Organizations at IESE in Spain and a member of the board of IESE in the USA.

Paddy has written and contributed to several books and articles that have appeared in publications ranging from theFinancial Times to the Harvard Business Review. His case studies have won awards in various international forums. He was awarded by the American Academy of Management for his work in the field of globally distributed teams. McGraw-Hill published his book, Mission Critical Leadership (2001). Along with a team of researchers, Prof. Miller blogs regularly on the topic of creativity in organizations at “The Innovation Architect”.

  •  Ph.D. in Management,IESE, University of Navarra
  •  Master of Business Administration, University of Cape Town, South Africa
  •  Bachelor of Arts, University of South Africa
  •  Leadership
  •  The Management of Change
  •  Leading Innovation in Multinational Organizations 
  •  Change Management
  •  Strategy Implementation in Global Organizations
  •  Organizational Development
  •  Global Management

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