George Shinkle is a Professor in the School of Management and Governance, UNSW Business School. He joined the Business School from Purdue University, where he received his PhD after successful careers in industry and business consulting. He is known for his ability to bring real-world context into the classroom.
George Shinkle's research investigates strategic goal setting, strategic agility, strategy development, and strategy implementation – particularly in turbulent environments. George has dedicated much of his international business and academic career to understanding and analysing the strategic management of organisations. George studies cross-country contexts to enlighten these topics. His research has been published in the Journal of International Business Studies, the Journal of World Business, the Strategic Management Journal, the Journal of Business Venturing, the Journal of Business Ethics, Organizational Dynamics, and the Journal of Management.
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