Opportunities in the Future of Mobility

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of San Francisco

February 8, 2018: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

London Business School and the Bay Area Business School Association are proud to host Professor Micheal Jacobides to discuss mobility innovation and entrepreneurship.


Suite 1500
221 Main Street
San Francisco, California

Event Details

Dear Alumni,

London Business School Alumni Club is thrilled to organize the second event of the MBA Entrepreneurship Series on the topic: Future of Transportation, how are is the transformation of the competitive environment changing the way both incumbents and entrepreneurial ventures add and capture value?

Prof. Jacobides will share his latest research and insights from his executive world, and illustrate these changes by looking at the transformation of mobility. We'll wrap up with a panel discussion on how to get the customer needs right and managing pilots in the mobility ecosystems.

Themes: Capturing Value in Changing Ecosystems - Big Picture and the Future of Mobility

Location: DocuSign office in San Francisco

Price: A small stipend is to be expected to cover venue and light drinks

This event is exclusively for London Business School, Berkeley Haas, Bocconi, Chicago Booth, ESADE, IE, HEC, MIT Sloan, Harvard, LSE, NYU, Stanford and Columbia Business School alumni


No Charge


Register Online

Deadline: 2/7/2018

Speaker Profiles

Michael Jacobides (Speaker)

Michael holds the Sir Donald Gordon Chair of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at London Business School. He has visited Harvard, NYU, Bocconi and Wharton, where he obtained his PhD, after studying at Athens, Cambridge and Stanford. He studies industry evolution, new business models, value migration and structural change in firms and sectors. His work has appeared in SMJ, AMJ, AMR, OrgSci, ResPol, and ICC, where he is an Associate Editor, and also publishes in HBR, FT and A frequent speaker in corporate events, he works on strategy, among others, with Vodafone, Nokia, McKinsey, Accenture, PwC, KPMG, Santander, Credit Suisse, Airbus, Lufthansa, Zurich, MerckSerono and the NHS. On policy, he has worked with the UK parliament (on the future of financial services), the European Council (on the high-level group on innovation in Europe) and has spearheaded the RedesignGreece initiative. He serves on the Global Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum, and has presented in the Davos Annual meetings.


LeeAnn Mutchler