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Associate Professor of Business Administration Lynn A. Isabella teaches courses in organizational behavior, leadership and change, and teams in Darden’s MBA, MBA for Executives and Executive Education programs. She is the co-author of the book of 2 books (Alliance Competence and Leader and Teams: The Winning Partnership) and has published numerous articles in the areas of strategic alliances, change, and career management. She has also researched and authored many original case studies focused on US and international companies and issues.
As a management consultant, she has extensive international experience with companies worldwide helping them develop their global leadership talent and organizational effectiveness. She regularly works with companies in Central and Eastern Europe through the Bled School of Management, and has extensive experience in Latin and South America, China, Africa and Western Europe.
As a researcher, she focuses on questions of developing one’s personal leadership expertise, leading change as a middle manager, and the events that shape individual careers and propel organizational change.
Before joining the Darden faculty in 1990, Isabella was on the faculty of the Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University and taught at the Harvard Business School.
Interview with Lynn A. Isabella
as interviewee at IEDC - General Management Program,
together with: Niko Slavnič (interviewer),
as author at IEDC - General Management Program,
together with: Danica Purg (introducer),