Jamie Anderson Keynote Speaker
- Named as a "management guru" (Financial Times)
- Adjunct Professor at the Antwerp Management School
- Author, "The Fine Art of Success" (2011)
Jamie Anderson's Biography
Professor Jamie Anderson is an academic, keynote speaker and is regarded as one the most influential business minds worldwide. He was named as a “management guru” in the Financial Times, and as one of the world’s top 25 management thinkers by the journal Business Strategy Review, alongside internationally renowned thought leaders such as Gary Hamel, Philip Kotler and Henry Mintzberg.
Jamie has held permanent and visiting positions at some of the world’s top business schools, such London Business School, IMD and the University of Melbourne. His research and teaching focuses on strategy, innovation and brand-building in the art and luxury goods industries, and he is just as likely to talk about Picasso, Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst as he is to discuss Hermes, Cartier or Patek Philippe. Jamie’s articles have appeared in publications such as California Management Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, the Financial Times and Wall Street Journal, and he has appeared as a business commentator on BBC World, CNBC and CNN.
He is the author of “The Fine Art of Success” which outlines the lessons that all businesses and investors can learn from the art and luxury goods industries. The content from the book provides material for a range of different keynote talks that address very real business issues such as how to sustain competitive advantage, how to innovate, how to increase the value of contemporary art, and how to build multi-million dollar luxury brands.