Our strength lies in translating groundbreaking thinking into the practices that underpin our programs, to help organizations perform at the highest level and stay ahead of the game.
Our research falls into two themes, which not only reflect our existing research progress but also harness the School’s differentiating advantage as a uniquely international institution, with students and faculty hailing from and teaching in different parts of the globe as a single community.
Creating Disruption highlights the strategies that anticipate, shape, and react to changes in international markets. What local or global events, technology, or scenarios enable or trigger a new strategy? How are strategies constructed, communicated, and implemented? How well do specific strategies perform, especially in multinational environments? How can strategies that are successful in one market be leveraged in another market that might be half way around the globe? Learn more
Transforming Behavior relates to the continuous improvement of organizational and personal leadership practices. This involves rigorous data-driven assessment of the interventions and programs that generate the greatest long-term improvement in the behavior of individuals, teams, and organizations in business settings globally. Learn more
The focus of our research is on the existing issues facing individual leaders and organizations and, more crucially, future global trends.
Some of our recently completed projects are highlighted below:
All our latest research reports, articles, and over 3000 of our authored publications are accessible through our Research Publications Database.
Inspiring Leadership: Becoming a Dynamic and Engaging Leader
By Kerrie Fleming & Roger Delves
Risky Strategy: Understanding Risk to Improve Strategic Decisions
By Jamie MacAlister
The Art of Content Marketing: Building an Agile and Sustainable Brand Story
By Alex Reeve
How to Thrive and Survive as a Working Woman
By Fiona Elsa Dent & Viki Holton
We conducted interviews with a globally diverse group of 90 business leaders to understand their views on business education. We asked them what skills they want in their employees and how MBA programs can improve to help develop those skills. Both the The Future of Business Education & the Needs of Employers' executive summary and full report can be downloaded below.
Corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and researchers—Hult professors are internationally renowned for business practice and thought leadership, with a passion for creating and teaching principles that reflect both the foundation and frontier of business success.