Milo Jones

Milo Jones

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Milo Jones


IE Business School professor, expert in geopolitics, cyberintelligence, business, government and society relations. Managing Director of Inveniam Strategy. MBA (London Business School), Ph.D. in International relations. Co-author of “Constructing Cassandra: Reframing Intelligence Failure at the CIA”.

Strategies & Intelligence Tools

First, we will consider geopolitics in the broadest sense, looking at how geography, climate, culture, demography, politics, economics and technology are changing. We will then consider how these trends interact with business strategy. We call this approach – blending geopolitics and business strategy – “Geostrategy”.

Professional experience

2002 – Present: INVENIAM STRATEGY LIMITED.Founder and Managing Director

2008 – Present: IE BUSINESS SCHOOL, MADRID, SPAIN. Visiting Professor, Department of the Economic Environment

1998 – 2001: ACCENTURE, LONDON. Senior Manager (2000-2001), Manager (1998-2000)

1994 – 1996: MORGAN STANLEY DEAN WITTER, NEW YORK. Investment Adviser

Education

2003 – 2009: UNIVERSITY OF KENT, BRUSSELS CAMPUS. PhD, International Relations

2002 – 2003 UNIVERSITY OF KENT, BRUSSELS CAMPUS. MA, International Relations with Distinction/Honors

1996 – 1998: LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL, LONDON, UK.  Masters in Business Administration

1985 – 1989: NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, EVANSTON, IL. BA, Art History

Articles

2016 – Presentation to Harvard Business Review Korea/Dong-A Business Review, “Intelligence Tools for the Business Professional”

2015- World Knowledge Forum, Seoul Korea; presented findings on Geopolitics and corporate strategic surprise; Fintech Panel participant

2014- Paper: The Academy of Management Annual Conference, “Essence of Strategic Surprise: Another Look At The Cuban Missile Crisis”; co-authored with Dr. Philippe Silberzahn

2014 – Talk: All Souls College Oxford, Oxford University Strategic Studies Group, “The CIA and the Problem of Strategic Surprise”

2014 –  Article: “L’Identité et la culture organisationnelle comme sources de la Surprise Stratéque: les leçons échecs de la CIA”, Annales des mines – version numérique de votre article (numéro de Juin 2014 de la série Gérer & Comprendre); co-authored with Dr. Philippe Silberzahn

2013 – Book: Constructing Cassandra: Reframing Intelligence Failure at the CIA, 1947-2001, Stanford University Press; co-authored with Dr. Philippe Silberzahn

2013 – Article: “Incertitude et surprise stratégique: les leçons des échecs de la CIA”, Revue Défense Nationale, n° 767. 2014; co-authored with Dr. Philippe Silberzahn

2012 – Talk & Paper: The Academy of Management Annual Conference “The Social Construction of

Strategic Surprises: Learning from the CIA, 1947-2001”; co-authored with Dr. Philippe Silberzahn

2012 – Talk: Institutional Investor Forum, “The Geopolitical Assumptions Embedded in Your Investments:Why They Matter and How to Reveal Them”

2011 – Article: “Les lecons de la CIA”, La Nouvelle Revue Geopolitique V1.0 #2-114 , 10, 2011; co-authored with Dr. Philippe Silberzahn

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