Professor Emeritus of Marketing and Global Strategy
Kamran Kashani is Professor Emeritus of Marketing and Global Strategy. He teaches topics in marketing, brand building, global strategy, and international management. His special interests span industrial, business-to-business, and consumer marketing.
He has worked as a consultant and management educator with a large number of international companies including ABB, Avon, Ciba-Geigy, Citibank, Coopers & Lybrand, Electrolux, General Electric, Hewlett-Packard, Honeywell, Merck, Medtronic, Nestlé, Orkla, Philip Morris, Reuters, Richardson Vicks, Sandoz, Sulzer, Uponor, and Tetra Pak.
Kashani graduated from the University of California, UCLA, and gained his Doctorate in Business Administration at Harvard Business School.
He has written extensively on the subject of marketing and global strategy, and his publications have been translated into more than a dozen languages around the world. He is the winner of several awards for best paper and case writing. He is ranked second in the Case Center’s top 40 best-selling case authors (among more than 8,000) for the last two years.
In addition to his teaching responsibilities at IMD, he is currently researching the topics of marketing innovation and brand building in a cross-national business.
The case describes the challenges faced by a young and ambitious woman taking on a high-risk project during the unusual environment of the Pandemic. Her new innovative ideas are flatly rejected by ...
Is your marketing innovative enough to anticipate the needs of your customers tomorrow and drive your market growth?¦The author shares his findings about the barriers preventing innovation in large...
Turning a name into a unique consumer experience requires a determined strategy over time. Kamran Kashani proposes a framework to follow.
Brands have been under unrelenting attack from low-priced alternatives as companies from IBM in personal computers to Procter & Gamble in personal care products will readily testify. This turnaroun...