Leonard Sherman, Executive in Residence and Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School, shares insights from his book: If You’re in a Dogfight, Become a Cat! Strategies for Long-Term Growth. Find out why so few companies sustain market leadership, and learn what you can do to keep your business ahead of the pack.
About Leonard Sherman
Leonard Sherman is an Executive in Residence and Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School, with over forty years of experience in business, teaching and research on business strategy and entrepreneurship. He currently teaches courses in the MBA and EMBA programs, where he received the Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence in 2013. Prior to his academic pursuits, Sherman was a Senior Partner at Accenture, where he provided management counsel to CEO’s in a variety of industries, served as the president of two business units, and helped launch the firm’s corporate venture group as a General Partner, serving as a board member for five technology-based startups.
Prior to these positions, Sherman was a managing partner of J. D. Power and Associates, where he led the firm's management consulting practice, and was a partner at Booz, Allen & Hamilton with responsibility for its U.S. automotive practice. Sherman has a BS in aeronautical engineering, and an MS and Ph.D.in transportation systems from M.I.T.