Author Profile

David Collis | Professor of Business Administration, Harvard University

Current Position and Past Experience
Since 2002, David Collis has been the Thomas Henry Carroll Ford Foundation Adjunct Professor of Business Administration at Harvard University’s Business School. This is Collis’ second term as an instructor at Harvard University, as he served from 1986-1997 as the MBA Class of 1958 Senior Lecturer, and Associate Professor of Business Administration.

Prior to this term, Collis served as a Professor in the Management Division at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business for two years. From 1997-2002, Collis served as the Frederick Frank Adjunct Professor of International Business Administration at the Yale School of Management.

Education, Honors and Achievements
Collis earned his BA and MA from Cambridge University, where he was a Wrenbury Scholar. He was a Baker Scholar and a Dean’s Doctoral Fellow at Harvard University, from which he received an MBA and a doctorate in business economics.