Ning Su

Associate Professor, General Management, Strategy & Information Systems
Expertise: Design Thinking, Digitalization, Global Strategy, Information Systems

Ning Su

Ning Su is a distinguished professor at Ivey Business School, recognized for his expertise in global innovation, outsourcing strategies, and qualitative research methods. His academic work delves into how organizations and markets transform in the digital age, focusing on financial services, technology, consulting, manufacturing, and creative industries across various regions including the Americas, EMEA, and Asia Pacific. Su's contributions to the field are published in esteemed journals like the MIS Quarterly and MIT Sloan Management Review.

Beyond academia, Ning Su actively consults for multinational corporations and public and not-for-profit organizations, offering insights on navigating the complexities of digitization and globalization. His work has led him to collaborate with large multinationals including Fortune Global 100 companies, consulting firms such as Deloitte, governments, and public-sector organizations worldwide, where he provides strategic advice based on his research findings and industry trends.

Su has earned numerous accolades for his impact in both teaching and research, including being named one of the "40 Most Outstanding Business School Professors Under 40" by Poets&Quants, receiving the inaugural Early Career Award from the Association for Information Systems, and being recognized with teaching awards from Ivey, Western University, and New York University’s Stern School of Business.

His current research interests lie in the emergence of innovation in global markets, exploring how technologies influence and are influenced by business, culture, and society. Ning Su's work encourages organizations to rethink their strategies, models, and practices in light of digital and global shifts, making him a pivotal figure in the intersection of technology, business education, and international business strategy.


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