Professor of Strategy & Innovation
Professorial Fellow of St Edmund’s College
MPhil, PhD (University of Cambridge)
My research interests include framing and social movements, technological and management innovations, platform ecosystems, new markets, social and environmental challenges, creation of commons, identity and reputation, institutional change, and the diffusion of practices.
I’m Head of the Strategy and International Business subject group at Cambridge Judge Business School and along with my colleagues I actively contribute to both academic and business communities.
News and insights
Two recent studies co-authored by Professor Shahzad Ansari of Cambridge Judge Business School named to Honor Roll of Responsible Research in Business & Management.
In this special insight article, we look at some of the work done at Cambridge Judge to highlight issues affecting the marginalised and point a way forward to solving them, and we also talk to some of those involved in these important initiatives.
Financial Times | 21 March 2021
A study by co-authored Dr Kamal Munir and Professor Shahzad Ansari from Cambridge Judge Business School on how yoga transformed from spiritual to commercial is featured in the FT.
Strategy + Business | 23 March 2017
A study on digital video recorder (VDR) company TiVo and its disruptive innovation, co-authored by Shaz Ansari, Professor of Strategy & Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured.
Business Info Magazine | 1 March 2017
Change initiated by middle managers rather than top managers wins greater employee support, says study co-authored by Shahzad Ansari, Professor of Strategy and Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School.
Cambridge Business Magazine, 1 February 2017
‘Co-opetition’ rather than rivalry can enlarge a market
Yahoo Finance, 27 October 2016
‘Fame’ in creative industries: Critics really do matter
Cambridge Business Magazine, 1 August 2015
Common-sense solutions to ethical maze
Biz Ed Magazine, 29 April 2015
Cambridge Business Magazine, 1 January 2015
An award-winning study of ‘time’