Dr. Mie Augier is a senior editor of Management Organization Review, and co-editor of the Palgrave Dictionary of Strategic Management. She is a Stanford University Center for Sustainable Development and Global Competitiveness (CSDGC) research collaborator in the area of cross-cultural learning, an associate professor at the Naval Postgraduate School, and an academic associate with the Centre for International Business and Management (CIBAM), Cambridge, UK.
Dr. Mie Augier has done research, strategy and leadership development in educational, defense, and other organizations and institutions, including business schools (faculty development; strategic positioning) and mentored students and researches through workshops, consulting, and executive education. Her scholarly and academic research interests include strategy, organizations, innovation, interdisciplinary social science, and the influence of culture and globalization on strategic decision making, and the past and future management of education and business schools. Her research has been published in outlets such as Organization Science; Industrial and Corporate Change; Journal of Management Inquiry; Management International Review; Organization Studies; Research Policy; California Management Review; among others. Will collaborators she has published on topics such as the history of business schools (including her 2011 book with James March, Stanford University Press); and the organizational mechanisms leading to the rise and decline of novelty and innovation in organizations (the flaring of intellectual outliers; 2015, and organization science). Active research interests also include analysis of the US Marine Corps as an organization and their strategic decision making.