DAVID B. YOFFIEADDRESSBusiness:Harvard Business SchoolMorgan Hall 225Soldiers FieldBoston, MA 02163Telephone: 617-495-6363E-mail: [email protected]:363 Waverley AvenueNewton, MA 02458Telephone: 617-965-1796EDUCATIONPh.D. 1981Master of Arts 1978STANFORD UNIVERSITYStanford, CACourse of Study: Political Science and international political economy.Bachelor of Arts 1976BRANDEIS UNIVERSITYWaltham, MACourse of Study: Politics major and international political economy.Honorary Master of Arts 1990HARVARD UNIVERSITYCambridge, MAHONORS AND AWARDS2017-Present ACETECH Fellow2016-2017-2018-2019-2020-2021 Recognized as one of the top ten best-selling case authors (out of over 8,000 authors) for the CaseCentre in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 20212015 The Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2015 Overall Winner for the Cola Wars Continue:Coke and Pepsi in 2010 Case and the Apple Inc. in 2012 Case2013 Fellow of The International Academy of Management2014 Fung Global Faculty Fellow2010-2011 Charles M. Williams Award in recognition of outstanding and effective teaching as well ascontributions to the learning environment2011 ecch Case Awards 2011 Overall Winner for the Apple Inc. in 2010 Case2008-2009 Greenhill Award for Outstanding Service to the HBS Community
David B. Yoffie22000-2001 Apgar Award for Innovation in Teaching1999 Named to “Who’s Who” in International Business Education and Research and “Who’s Who” inthe Management Sciences1983-1988; 1989-Present Council on Foreign Relations—Term Member (served three years on the Term MembershipCommittee); Full Member1980-1981 Nominated by Stanford University for best thesis in International Relations, nation-widecompetition1979 Stanford Center for East Asian Studies summer research award Morris Abrams National Award in International Relations Research Fellowship, Institute for the Study of World Politics1978 Stanford Center for East Asian Studies summer award—Chinese language training1976 Fechtor prize for top student in Department of PoliticsSumma cum laude, with high departmental honors1975 Phi Beta KappaSaval-Sachar Summer Scholarship for honor research in Hong KongBrandeis Scholar for top student in the Social SciencesEMPLOYMENTJuly 1981-PresentHARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOLBoston, MAMAX AND DORIS STARR PROFESSORSHIP OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSADMINISTRATION (June 1993-Present) Senior Associate Dean, Chair, Executive Education (July 1, 2006-June 30, 2012) Department Chair, Strategy Unit (1997-2002) Faculty Chair, Competing in the Age of Digital Platforms (2020-Present) Faculty Chair, Young Presidents’ Organization Gold Program (2012-Present) Faculty Chair, Young Presidents’ Organization Program (2004-2012) Faculty Chair, Advanced Management Program (1999-2002) Faculty Chair, Managing Global Opportunities Program (1992-1995) Professor, Business Administration (July 1990-June 1993) Associate Professor, Business Administration (July 1985-June 1990) Assistant Professor, Business Administration (July 1981-June 1985)Teaching assignments and responsibilities have included:MBA Curriculum Strategy and Technology Elective (2003-2006; 2015-Present)
David B. Yoffie3 Competition and Strategy (1985-1988), Course Head (1992-1995)Managing International Trade and Competition (1987-1990)Business, Government, and the International Economy (1981-1984)Executive and Graduate Seminars Owner/President Management Program (2011-2015) Advanced Management Program (1996-2002; 2006-2010) International Senior Management Program (1989-1991) Young Presidents’ Organization & YPO Gold Programs (2003-2021) International Business Doctoral Seminar Executive Committee, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University(1990-2000)Visiting Appointments Visiting Scholar (January 2017; January 2019;February 2020, January-April 2022)Stanford Institute For Economic Policy ResearchSTANFORD UNIVERSITYStanford, CA Visiting Scholar (January 2016)School of EngineeringSTANFORD UNIVERSITYStanford, CA Visiting Scholar (September 2014)LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOLLondon, UK Visiting Scholar (September 2013-December 2013)School of EngineeringSTANFORD UNIVERSITYStanford, CA Visiting Scholar (September 2002-June 2003)Graduate School of BusinessSTANFORD UNIVERSITYStanford, CA Visiting Scholar (September 1995-August 1996)Graduate School of BusinessSTANFORD UNIVERSITYStanford, CALecturer Department of Political Science (March 1980-June 1981) STANFORD UNIVERSITYStanford, CACurrent Directorships and Non-Profit Boards Director, National Bureau of Economic Research (1995-Present, Executive Committee 2011-21) Director, HTC Corporation (2011-Present) Board of Advisors, Commonwealth Financial Network (2020-Present) Directors, Ampere Computing (2021-Present)Prior Directorships and Boards Director, Intel Corporation (1989-2018, Lead Director 1999-2008) Director, Financial Engines, Inc. (2011-2018) Director, TiVo Inc. (2011-2016) Director, Mindtree Ltd. (2008-2015) Director, Enterprise Mobile Inc. (2007-2011) Director, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (2003-2007) Director, Spotfire Corporation (2002-2007) Director, E Ink Corporation (1999-2004)
David B. Yoffie 4Director, Englishtown.com (2000-2003)Advisory Board, Chairman, Index Ventures (1999-2001)Director, Shiva Corporation (1998-1999)Director, Physiologica Inc. (1994-1999)Director, Evolve Software Inc. (1996-1998)Board of Overseers, Graduate School of International Economics and Finance, BrandeisUniversity (1992-1997)PROFESSIONAL SERVICEReviewer for Refereed Journals and Presses American Political Science Review California Management Review Columbia University Press Economic Industry Harvard University Press International Studies Quarterly Journal of Economics & ManagementStrategy Management Science Richard D. Irwin, Press Transnational Corporations Business History ReviewCambridge University PressCornell University PressHarvard Business School PressInternational OrganizationIndustrial & Corporate ChangeJournal of Policy Analysis andManagementNational Bureau of Economic ResearchPrinceton University PressStrategic Management JournalThe World Bank Economic ReviewBook Reviewer for Referred Journals American Journal of International Law American Political Science Review Journal of Economic Literature Journal of International Business Studies The World EconomyGovernment Service U.S. Department of Justice International Competition Policy Advisory Committee(1997-1999)PUBLICATIONSBooks The Business of Platforms: Strategy in the Age of Digital Competition, Innovation, and Power, coauthored with Michael A. Cusumano and Annabelle Gawer, New York: Harper Business Press,2019. (Translations to appear in 9 languages.) Strategy Rules: Five Timeless Lessons from Bill Gates, Andy Grove, and Steve Jobs, co-authoredwith Michael Cusumano, New York: Harper Business Press, 2015. I-Global Intelligence for the CIObest business books of 2015 for IT leaders. (Translations to appear in 18 languages.) Judo Strategy: Turning Your Competitors’ Strength To Your Advantage, co-authored with MaryKwak, Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 2001. (Translations into 10 languages.) Competing on Internet Time: Lessons from Netscape and its Battle with Microsoft, co-authoredwith Michael A. Cusumano, New York: The Free Press, 1998. (Named one of the top 10 BusinessBooks of 1998 by BusinessWeek and Amazon.com, and translated into 3 languages.)(Abridgement of Appendix One, "Netscape’s Chronology" reprinted in Internet Business Modelsand Strategies: Text and Cases, Allan Afuah and Christopher L. Tucci, NY: Irwin/McGraw-Hill,2001.)
David B. Yoffie Competing in the Age of Digital Convergence, ed., Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press,1997. International Trade and Competition: Cases and Notes in Strategy and Management, secondedition, with Benjamin Gomes-Casseres, New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 1994. (Accompanied byInternational Trade and Competition Instructor's Manual.) Strategic Management in Information Technology Casebook, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey:Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1994. (Accompanied by Strategic Management in Information TechnologyInstructor’s Manual and Teaching Notes.) Beyond Free Trade: Firms, Governments, and Global Competition, ed., Boston, MA: HarvardBusiness School Press, 1993. The International Political Economy of Direct Foreign Investment (Vol. I & Vol. II), edited withBenjamin Gomes-Casseres, London, England: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 1993. Power and Protectionism: Strategies of the Newly Industrializing Countries, New York, NY:Columbia University Press, 1983.5Articles and Book Chapters "Can Self-Regulation Save Digital Platforms?" with Michael A. Cusumano and Annabelle Gawer,Industrial and Corporate Change, forthcoming 2022. "The Platform Organization," with Annabelle Gawer and Michael Cusumano, in DesigningModern Organizations, Charles Snow and Øystein D. Fjeldstad, eds., UK: Cambridge UniversityPress, forthcoming, 2022. "Pushing Social Media Platforms to Self-Regulate," with Michael A. Cusumano and AnnabelleGawer, The Regulatory Review, Online, January 3, 2022. “Social Media Companies Should Self-Regulate. Now.," with Michael A. Cusumano andAnnabelle Gawer, Harvard Business Review, Online, January 15, 2021. (Reprinted in “The Year inTech 2022: The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review," Harvard Business Review,October 26, 2021, pp. 121-129.) "Social Media Companies Should Self-Regulate. Now.," with Michael A. Cusumano andAnnabelle Gawer, Harvard Business Review, Online, January 15, 2021. "Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon: Is Winner-Take-All True?" World’s Best Management Class:17 Lessons in Management from the World’s Leading Business Professors, edited by AyakoHirono,Tokyo: Nikkei Business, 2020, pp. 178-193 (published in Japanese). "The Future of Platforms," with Michael A. Cusumano and Annabelle Gawer, Special Issue onDisruption 2020, MIT Sloan Management Review, Spring 2020, Vol. 61, No. 3, pp. 46-54, (Reprint61304). (To be reprinted in MIT Press collection, Spring 2021.) "El negocio de las plataformas," with Annabelle Gawer and Michael A. Cusumano, HarvardDeusto Business Review, No. 295, December 2019, pp. 6-12. "A Study of More Than 250 Platforms Reveals Why Most Fail," with Annabelle Gawer andMichael A. Cusumano, Harvard Business Review, Online, May 29, 2019. "Extrapolating from Moore’s law," with Michael A. Cusumano, Communications of the ACM,December 2015, Vol. 59, No. 1, pp. 33-35. "Mastering Strategy," with Michael A. Cusumano, MIT Sloan Management Review, Winter 2016,Vol. 57, No. 2, pp. 67-71. (Interview published online October 8, 2015.) "Network Effects," with Andrei Hagiu, The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management,edited by Mie Augier and David J. Teece, Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. (Published online October2013.) "The New Patent Intermediaries: Platforms, Defensive Aggregators, and Super-Aggregators,"with Andrei Hagiu, Journal of Economic Perspectives, (Winter 2013), 27, No. 1,
David B. Yoffie6pp. 45-66. "What’s Your Google Strategy?," with Andrei Hagiu, Harvard Business Review, April 2009, 87,No. 4, pp. 74-81. (Reprinted in "HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Platforms and Ecosystems," HarvardBusiness Review, November 24, 2020, pp. 49-63.) "Wintel: Cooperation and Conflict," with Ramon Casadesus-Masanell, Management Science,April 2007, 53, No. 4, pp. 584-598. "With Friends Like These: The Art of Managing Complementors," with Mary Kwak, HarvardBusiness Review, September 2006, 84, No. 9, pp. 88-98. "Lessons of The Apple Revolution," Milestone Group Quarterly, April 2006. "Judotaktika," with Mary Kwak, Director, September 2004, Vol. 34, No. 7, pp. 26-35. (InEstonian.) "Judo Strategy: 10 Techniques for Beating a Stronger Opponent," Business Strategy Review,Spring 2002, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 20-30. (Reprinted in the Estonia Management Review, 2003.) "Mastering Balance: How to Meet and Beat a Stronger Opponent," with Mary Kwak, CaliforniaManagement Review, Winter 2002, Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 8-24. "Mastering Strategic Movement at Palm," with Mary Kwak, MIT Sloan Management Review, Fall2001, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 55-63, (Reprint 4315). "Playing by the Rules: How Intel Avoids Antitrust Litigation," with Mary Kwak, HarvardBusiness Review, June 2001, Vol. 79, No. 6, pp. 119-122, (Reprint R0106H). "A Race to the Bottom or Governance from the Top?," with Debora Spar, in Coping withGlobalization, Aseem Prakash and Jeffrey A. Hart, eds., London, England: Routledge, 2000,pp. 31-51. "Software Development on Internet Time," with Michael A. Cusumano, Computer, October 1999,Vol. 32, No. 10, pp. 60-69. "What Netscape Learned From Cross-platform Software Development," with Michael A.Cusumano, Communications of the ACM, October 1999, Vol. 42, No. 10, pp. 72-78. "Software Development Strategy for the Internet Age: Lessons from Netscape's Cross-platformDevelopment Strategy," with Michael A. Cusumano, Journal of the Information ProcessingSociety of Japan, April 1999, Vol. 40, No. 4, pp. 418-423. "Building a Company on Internet Time: Lessons from Netscape," with Michael A. Cusumano,California Management Review, Spring 1999, Vol. 41, No. 3, pp. 8-28. (Reprinted in AnnualEditions: Entrepreneurship, NY: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin, 2000.) "Multinational Enterprises and the Prospects for Justice," with Debora Spar, Journal ofInternational Affairs, Spring 1999, Vol. 52, No. 2, pp. 557-581. (Reprinted in The Global Economy:Contemporary Debates, Thomas Oatley, NY: Longman Publishers/Pearson Education, 2004.) "Judo Strategy: The Competitive Dynamics of Internet Time," with Michael A. Cusumano,Harvard Business Review, January-February 1999, Vol. 77, No. 1, pp. 70-81. "Competing in the Age of Digital Convergence," California Management Review, Summer 1996,Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 31-53. A longer version appears in Competing in the Age of DigitalConvergence, David B. Yoffie, ed., Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 1997. (ANBARElectronic Intelligence Citation of Excellence.) "Competing in the Age of Digital Convergence," The Hong Kong Manager, 2nd Quarter, 1997,Vol. 33, No 2. "Digital Chess," World Link, Magazine of the World Economic Forum, January/February 1997,pp. 32-34.
David B. Yoffie7 "Setting Standards and Creating Value: Lessons from Consumer Electronics for Personal DigitalAssistants," with Anita McGahan and Leslie Vadasz, in Competing in the Age of DigitalConvergence, David B. Yoffie, ed., Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 1997. "Foreign Direct Investment and the Demand for Protection in the United States," with John B.Goodman and Debora Spar, International Organization, Autumn 1996, Vol. 50, No. 4,pp. 565-591. "Foreign Direct Investment in Semiconductors," in Foreign Direct Investment, Kenneth A. Froot,ed., National Bureau of Economic Research, Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press, 1993,pp. 197-230. "Trading Blocs and the Incentives to Protect: Implications for Japan and East Asia," with KennethA. Froot, in Regionalism and Rivalry: Japan and the U.S. in Pacific Asia, Jeffrey A. Frankel andMiles Kahler, eds., National Bureau of Economic Research, Chicago, IL: The University ofChicago Press, 1993, pp. 125-156. "Semiconductors: From Manipulated to Managed Trade," with Laura D’Andrea Tyson, inBeyond Free Trade: Firms, Governments, and Global Competition, David B. Yoffie, ed., Boston,MA: Harvard Business School Press, 1993, pp. 29-78. "Telecommunications: Deregulation and Globalization," with Richard H. Vietor, in Beyond FreeTrade: Firms, Governments, and Global Competition, David B. Yoffie, ed., Boston, MA: HarvardBusiness School Press, 1993, pp. 129-192. "Technology Challenges to Trade Policy," in Linking Trade and Technology Policies: AnInternational Comparison of the Policies of Industrialized Nations, Martha Caldwell Harris andGordon E. Moore, eds., National Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC: National AcademyPress, 1992, pp. 103-115. "Strategic Trade Policies in a Tripolar World," with Kenneth A. Froot, The International Spectator,(Roma, Italy), July-September 1991, Vol. XXVI, No. 3, pp. 3-28. (Reprinted in The PoliticalEconomy of International Cooperation, NIRA Research Output, 1992, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 1-22.) "Institutional Incentives for Protection: The American Use of Voluntary Export Restraints," withJohn J. Coleman, in International Trade: Changing Role of the United States, Frank J. Macchiarola,ed., New York, NY: Proceedings of The Academy of Political Science, 1990, Vol. 37, No. 4,pp. 137-150. "Between Free Trade and Protectionism: Strategic Trade Policy and a Theory of Corporate TradeDemands," with Helen V. Milner, International Organization, Spring 1989. (Reprinted in revisedform as, "An Alternative to Free Trade or Protectionism: Why Corporations Seek Strategic TradePolicy," California Management Review, Summer 1989.) (Reprinted in Global Trade, John J.Kirton, ed., Ashgate Publishing Limited in The Library of Essays in Global Governance, April2009.) "American Trade Policy: An Obsolete Bargain?," in Can the Government Govern?, John E. Chubband Paul E. Peterson, eds., Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, 1989. "The Empirical Study of Trade Deterrence," in Perspectives on Deterrence, P.C. Stern, R. Axelrod,R. Jervis, R. Radner, eds., New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1989. "How an Industry Builds Political Advantage," Harvard Business Review, May-June 1988. "Answers to the Commercial Changes of the Eighties," published in Spanish, "Respuestas alEntorno Comercial de los Ochenta," in Exportar Un GranDesafio Para Chile, Carlos F. Caceres,Felipe Larrain B., and Gregory C. Nicolaidis, eds., Santiago de Chile: Editorial Universitaria,March 1988. "The Dynamics of Negotiated Protectionism," with Vinod K. Aggarwal and Robert O. Keohane,American Political Science Review, June 1987 (lead article). "Corporate Strategies for Political Action: A Rational Model," in Business Strategy and PublicPolicy: Perspectives from Industry and Academia, Alfred A. Marcus, Allen M. Kaufman, andDavid R. Beam, eds., Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1987.
David B. Yoffie8 "Protecting World Markets," in Thomas K. McCraw, ed., America versus Japan, Boston, MA:Harvard Business School Press, 1986. "Creating Political Advantage: The Rise of the Corporate Political Entrepreneur," with SigridBergenstein, California Management Review, Fall 1985. (Reprinted in David Coen and WynGrant, eds., Business and Government, London, England: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016.) "What Motivates Countertrade?," in Countertrade in the World Economy, New York, NY: Groupof 30, 1985. "Profiting from Countertrade," Harvard Business Review, May-June 1984. "Political Forecasting as a Management Tool," with James E. Austin, Journal of Forecasting,October-December 1984. "Preface," with Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr., Public Policy and Private Enterprise, Boston, MA:Harvard Business Review, 1984. "Industrial Policy: It Can't Happen Here," with Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr., Harvard BusinessReview, November-December 1983. "The Structure of Modern Protectionism: Past Patterns and Future Prospects," Harvard BusinessSchool Working Paper No. 83-50. Published in Spanish, "La estructura del proteccionismomoderno: patrones pasados y perspectivas futuras," in Transnacionalizacion y PeriferiaSemindustrializada I, Isaac Minian, ed., Mexico City: Centro de Investigacion y DocenciaEconomicas, A.C., 1983. "Adjustment in the Footwear Industry: The Consequences of Orderly Marketing Agreements," inAmerican Industry in International Competition, Laura Tyson and John Zysman, eds., Ithaca:Cornell University Press, 1983. "Responding to the 'New Protectionism:' Strategies of the Advanced Developing Countries in thePacific Basin," with Robert O. Keohane, in Trade and Growth of the Advanced DevelopingCountries in the New International Economic Order, Seoul: Korea Development Institute, 1981. "The Newly Industrializing Countries and the Political Economy of Protectionism," InternationalStudies Quarterly, December 1981. (Reprinted in Stephan Haggard and Chung-In Moon, eds.,Pacific Dynamics: The International Politics of Industrial Change, Boulder Westview Press, 1989.)(Reprinted in Stephan Haggard, ed., The International Political Economy and the DevelopingCountries, London, England: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1995, Vol. 1.) "Orderly Marketing Agreements as an Industrial Policy: The Case of the Footwear Industry,"Public Policy, Winter 1981.Working Papers "Competing Complements," HBS Working Paper, with Ramon Casadesus-Masanell and BarryNalebuff, HBS Working Paper No. 09-009, November 18, 2007, July 2008. (Revised March 2010.)Casadesus-Masanell, Ramon, Nalebuff, Barry J. and Yoffie, David, “Competing Complements”(November 2007). NET Institute Working Paper No. 07-44. Available at SSRN:http://ssrn.com/abstract 1032461.Op-Ed, Magazine and Newspaper Articles "Starbucks ‘Race Together’ Initiative Is Brilliant," with Michael A. Cusumano, Time.com,March 18, 2015. "Learning from Combat Zone," editorial, with Mary Kwak, The Times of India, November 28,2006. "Manager’s Journal: Family Feud: How to Avoid Another H-P Battle," editorial, The Wall StreetJournal, March 25, 2002. "Manager’s Journal: HP and Compaq Should Return to Their Roots, " editorial, The Wall StreetJournal, December 17, 2001.
David B. Yoffie "Lessons from the Dotcom Days," editorial, The Financial Times, October 2, 2001. "Manager’s Journal: What Now for Microsoft?," editorial, The Wall Street Journal,November 5, 2001. "The Big Question: Which Remedy Is the Least Bad?," editorial, The Wall Street Journal,April 27, 2000. "Manager’s Journal: Or the Wave of the Future?," editorial, with Michael A. Cusumano, TheWall Street Journal, May 10, 1999. "A Deal That's Good for the Internet," editorial, with Michael A. Cusumano, The Wall StreetJournal, November 25, 1998. "Chip Shortage: Don't Blame the Pact," editorial, The Wall Street Journal, June 21, 1988. "Helping an Industry Fight the Good Fight," New York Times, Sunday Business Forum,August 10, 1986. "Barter: Looking Beyond the Short-term Payoffs and the Long-term Threat," InternationalManagement, August 1984. "Why a U.S. Industrial Policy will Fail," with Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr., The Manhattan Report,Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, 1983. "Industrial Nonpolicy," editorial, with Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr., New York Times,October 15, 1982. "Reagan’s Mythical Auto Restraint Agreement," editorial, The Wall Street Journal, May 18, 1981.Teaching and Training Materials Yoffie, David B. Judo Strategy. Faculty Seminar Series. Boston: Harvard Business SchoolPublishing, 2003. CD-rom. (Faculty Lecture: HBSP Product Number 1512C.)HBS Course Materials2021 Mobileye 2021: Robotaxi and/or Consumer AV?, HBS Case 721-481 Roku, HBS Case 721-480 Social Media War 2021: Snap vs. Facebook vs. TikTok, HBS Teaching Note 721-449 Social Media War 2021: Snap vs. Facebook vs. TikTok, HBS Case 721-443 Apple Inc. in 2020, HBS Teaching Note 721-427 Skillz: Esports and Skill-Based Mobile Gaming, HBS Case 721-3582020 Extended Reality Extends into Enterprise?, HBS Case 720-472 Numenta in 2020: The Future of AI, HBS Case 720-463 TiVo 2020, HBS Case 720-457 Apple Inc. in 2020, HBS Case 720-454 Intellectual Ventures Update 2020, HBS Case 720-438 Ripple: The Business of Crypto, HBS Teaching Note 720-418 Fixing Facebook: Fake News, Privacy, and Platform Governance, HBS Teaching Note 720-417 Fixing Facebook: Fake News, Privacy, and Platform Governance, HBS Case 720-400 5G Wireless Technology, 2019, HBS Case 720-3622019 Upwork: Creating the Human Cloud/Upwork in 2019, HBS Teaching Note 719-4639
David B. Yoffie Elon Musk’s Big Bets Update, 2019, HBS Case 719-512Mobileye Update, 2019, HBS Case 719-511Upwork in 2019, HBS Case 719-509Ripple: The Business of Crypto, HBS Case 719-506Numenta: Inventing and(or) Commercializing AI, HBS Teaching Note 719-462Walmart Update, 2019, HBS Case 719-504Voice War: Hey Google vs. Alexa vs. Siri, HBS Teaching Note 719-4642018 Apple Inc. in 2018, HBS Teaching Note 718-516 Qualcomm Inc., 2018, HBS Teaching Note 718-517 Qualcomm Inc., 2019, HBS Case 718-514 Voice War: Hey Google vs. Alexa vs. Siri, HBS Case 718-519 19B 4 txt app WhatsApp omg! (B), HBS Case 718-513 Apple Inc. in 2018, HBS Case 718-439 HTC and Virtual Reality, HBS Case 718-421 CyberArk: Protecting the Keys to the IT Kingdom, HBS Case 718-418 Virtual Reality and the Gaming Sector 2017, HBS Case 718-405 Upwork: Creating the Human Cloud, HBS Case 718-4022017 Intuit: QuickBooks (B), HBS Case 717-513 Elon Musk’s Big Bets, HBS Teaching Note 717-511 eBay vs. Carl Icahn, 2014, and A Note on Activist Investors and the Tech Sector, HBS TeachingNote 717-510 Wal-Mart Update, 2017, HBS Teaching Note 717-509 Wal-Mart Update, 2017, HBS Case 717-468 Mobileye: The Future of Driverless Cars, HBS Multimedia/Video Supplement 717-805 Donna Dubinsky, Numenta and Artificial Intelligence, HBS Multimedia/VideoSupplement 717-807 eBay vs. Carl Icahn, 2014: Interview with John Donahoe, eBay CEO 2008-2015, HBSMultimedia/Video Supplement 717-801 Pebble: Wearables Pioneer, HBS Case 717-414 eBay vs. Carl Icahn, 2014, HBS Case 717-417 Elon Musk’s Big Bets, HBS Case 717-4312016 Apple’s Future: Apple Watch, Apple TV, and/or Apple Car?, HBS Teaching Note 716-473 Searching for a New CEO: TiVo 2016, HBS Case 716-470 Numenta: Inventing and (or?) Commercializing AI, HBS Case 716-469 eBay vs. Carl Icahn, 2014, HBS Case 716-463 A Note on Activist Investors and the Tech Sector, HBS Case 716-462 Salesforce.com vs. Siebel (Abridged), HBS Case 716-454 A Brief Note on Global Antitrust, HBS Case 716-432 Steve Jobs: Leader Strategist, HBS Teaching Note 716-413 Apple’s Future: Apple Watch, Apple TV, and/or Apple Car?, HBS Case 716-40110
David B. Yoffie2015 Coffee Wars in India, HBS Teaching Note 715-469 Apple Inc. in 2015, HBS Teaching Note 715-468 Qualcomm Inc., 2009-2015, HBS Case 715-467 Apple Inc. in 2015, HBS Case 715-456 Steve Jobs: Leader Strategist, HBS Case 715-454 Coffee Wars in India: Starbucks 2015, HBS Case 715-453 Coffee Wars in India: Starbucks 2012, HBS Case 715-452 Mobileye: The Future of Driverless Cars, HBS Teaching Note 715-447 Coffee Wars in India: Café Coffee Day 2015, HBS Case 715-445 Coffee Wars in India: Café Coffee Day 2013, HBS Case 715-4442014 Mobileye: The Future of Driverless Cars, HBS Case 715-421 LinkedIn Corporation, 2012, HBS Teaching Note 714-5092013 Taking Dell Private, HBS Case 714-421 Coffee Wars in India: Café Coffee Day Takes on the Global Brands, HBS Teaching Note 714-449 Coffee Wars in India: Café Coffee Day Takes on the Global Brands, HBS Case 714-4092012 LinkedIn Corporation, 2012, HBS Case 713-420 Coca-Cola in 2011: In Search of a New Model, HBS Teaching Note 712-501 Apple Inc. in 2012, HBS Teaching Note 712-497 Apple Inc. in 2012, HBS Case 712-490 HTC Corp. in 2012, HBS Case 712-4232011 Wal-Mart Update, 2011, HBS Teaching Note 711-547 Wal-Mart Update, 2011, HBS Case 711-546 Cola Wars Continue: Coke and Pepsi in 2010, HBS Teaching Note 711-531 Coca-Cola in 2011: In Search of a New Model, HBS Case 711-504 Qualcomm Incorporated 2011 Update, HBS Case 711-463 Cola Wars Continue: Coke and Pepsi in 2010, HBS Case 711-4622010 Apple Inc. in 2010, HBS Teaching Note 710-484 Apple Inc. in 2010, HBS Case 710-467 Gucci Group N.V. (A), (B), (C) and Gucci Group in 2009, HBS Teaching Note 710-446 Qualcomm Incorporated 2009 and Qualcomm Incorporated 2011 Update, HBS TeachingNote 710-445 Qualcomm Incorporated 2009, HBS Case 710-433 HTC Corp. in 2009, HBS Teaching Note 710-427 Intellectual Ventures, HBS Case 710-4232009 HTC Corp. in 2009, HBS Case 709-466 Gucci Group in 2009, HBS Case 709-459 LinkedIn Corp., 2008, HBS Teaching Note 709-432 E Ink in 2008, HBS Case 709-443 VMware Inc., 2008, HBS Case 709-43511
David B. Yoffie LinkedIn Corp., 2008, HBS Case 709-4262008 Apple Inc., 2008, HBS Teaching Note 708-493 Apple Inc., 2008, HBS Case 708-480 TiVo 2007: DVRs and Beyond, HBS Teaching Note 708-474 TiVo 2007: DVRs and Beyond, HBS Case 708-401 iPhone vs. Cell Phone, HBS Case 708-4512007 Wal-Mart, 2007, HBS Teaching Note 707-570 iPod vs. Cell Phone: A Mobile Music Revolution?, HBS Teaching Note 707-548 Wal-Mart, 2007, HBS Case 707-517 Brightcove, Inc. in 2007, HBS Case 712-424 VMware, Inc. (A), HBS Case 707-103 iPod vs. Cell Phone: A Mobile Music Revolution?, HBS Case 707-4192006 Cola Wars Continue: Coke and Pepsi in 2006, HBS Teaching Note 706-514 Apple Computer, 2006, HBS Teaching Note 706-513 Wintel (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), and (F), HBS Teaching Note 706-495 DVD War, HBS Case 706-504 EU Verdict Against Microsoft, HBS Case 706-503 Apple Computer, 2006, HBS Case 706-496 Cola Wars Continue: Coke and Pepsi in 2006, HBS Case 706-447 Gucci Group N.V. (Domenico De Sole), HBS Courseware (Video Supplement) 706-805 E Ink in 2005, HBS Teaching Note 706-477 Microsoft in 2005, HBS Teaching Note 706-467 Strategic Inflection: TiVo in 2005, HBS Teaching Note 706-475 Apple Computer, 2005, HBS Teaching Note 706-460 Strategic Inflection: TiVo in 2005, HBS Case 706-421 Intel Corporation 2005, HBS Case 706-437 Rambus Inc., 2005, HBS Case 706-416 PalmSource 2005, HBS Case 706-4202005 E Ink in 2005, HBS Case 705-506 Microsoft in 2005, HBS Case 705-505 Note on the Convergence Between Genomics & Information Technology, HBS Note 705-500 Oracle vs. salesforce.com, HBS Case 705-440 QUALCOMM, Inc. 2004, HBS Teaching Note 705-487 Wal-Mart in 2005, HBS Teaching Note 705-472 Apple Computer, 2005, HBS Case 705-469 TiVo in 2005, HBS Case 705-467 Wal-Mart, 2005, HBS Case 705-460 Nokia Update 2004, HBS Case 705-429 Wintel (F): From Multi-Geographic Contact to Open Source, HBS Case 705-413 QUALCOMM, Inc. 2004, HBS Case 705-401 Intel Capital, 2005 (A), HBS Case 705-40812
David B. Yoffie2004 Intel Corporation: 1968-2003; Intel Cor
Fellow of The International Academy of Management 2014 Fung Global Faculty Fellow 2010-2011 Charles M. Williams Award in recognition of outstanding and effective teaching as well as contributions to the learning environment 2011 ecch Case Awards 2011