Professor James Henderson helps companies achieve and sustain their competitive advantage either at a business unit, corporate or global level through directing custom specific executive programs, facilitating strategy workshops, or teaching MBAs and executives. While at Babson and IMD, he has designed, delivered and/or directed programs for a number of companies in a variety of different industries including healthcare, capital intensive industries, professional and financial services, high technology, consumer products and economic development agencies.
He has published several important articles on investment timing in the Strategic Management Journal and Academy of Management Journal. He has also authored numerous papers on supply chain and cluster competitiveness including one in the Strategic Management Journal.
James’ main research interest concerns developing and implementing strategy under uncertainty. His specific topics include piloting (an emerging research interest), investment timing, corporate entrepreneurship and supply chain competitiveness.