Ming-Jer Chen is the Leslie Grayson Professor at University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. A pioneer in competitive dynamics and ambicultural management, he has written two books and published in Academy of Management Review (AMR) and Strategic Management Journal (SMJ), among others. He has received numerous awards including the AMR (1996) and Journal of Management Inquiry (2008) Best Paper Awards. A Fellow and President of the Academy of Management and Fellow of the Strategic Management Society, he has served as AMR’s associate editor and chair of the Academy’s Business Policy and Strategy Division. Before Darden, he was on the faculties of Columbia and Wharton/Penn. He has held honorable or visiting appointments at universities in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He has contributed to the East-West dialogue through keynote speeches at forums hosted by the World Economic Forum and HSM, and as a columnist for Harvard Business Review (Chinese).