Metin Sengul


CV July 2020

Profile — Boston College

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ContactCarroll School of ManagementBoston CollegeFulton Hall 430140 Commonwealth AvenueChestnut Hill, MA 02467Tel: (617) 552-4277Fax: (617) 552-0433metin.sengul@bc.edu

I am an Associate Professor of Management and Organization (with tenure) at the Carroll School of Management of Boston College. I received my Ph.D. in strategy from INSEAD with a dissertation on delegation and control in multi-unit firms. My dissertation was a finalist for the Wiley-Blackwell Outstanding Dissertation Award from the Academy of Management. Prior to my doctoral studies, I worked as a consultant in the healthcare industry and also co-founded an advertisement agency, wherein I served as a managing-partner.

My research bridges competitive and corporate strategy by exploring the interdependence of organization design and strategy choices. I focus on strategic decisions by managers of multiunit-multimarket firms, such as diversified firms, business groups, and multinationals, and social enterprises. My work has been published or forthcoming in leading academic journals, including Academy of Management Annals, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, and Strategic Management Journal, and has received numerous scholarly distinctions. I also received best reviewer awards from Academy of Management Review and SMS Corporate Strategy IG (twice).

I currently serve as a co-editor for the Journal of Organization Design, and I am on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Global Strategy Journal, and Organization Science. In 2020, I serve as the Program Chair of the Corporate Strategy Interest Group in the Strategic Management Society.

At the Carroll School, I teach the M.B.A. core courses Introduction to Strategic Management and Strategic Management and M.B.A. elective Competitive Strategy. I received the Coughlin award for graduate teaching in 2016.