Paul Tiffany, senior lecturer, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, teaches courses in business policy and strategy, and international management. Previously, he served as a lecturer at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, and also taught at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He currently serves as a visiting professor at SASIN (the leading graduate school of business in Thailand), AVT Business School in Denmark, the University of Geneva in Switzerland, IAB Business School in Kazakhstan, and Minzu University (Beijing). He has taught previously at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, The Wharton School, Master of Business Innovation Program at the Centro de Estudios Superiores de Deseo de Monterray, and China-Europe International Business School (Shanghai). In addition to his academic work, he heads Paul Tiffany & Associates, a multi-specialty consulting and training organization based in Northern California that offers management services to firms throughout the world. Recent clients have included Wells Fargo Financial Advisors, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, U.S. Steel, Raymond James, Johnson & Johnson, Fidelity Investments, Newcom Group Ltd. (Mongolia), Bank of America, GE Oil & Gas, Qualcomm, Cisco Systems, Deutsche Post DHL, UT Starcom (China), Statoil (Norway), American Chamber of Commerce (Hong Kong), SCG (Thailand), Coca-Cola, PepsiCola of Thailand, Krungsri Bank (Thailand), Zoetis SEA (South East Asia), Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino, Cooper Health System, Magellan Health, the Stocke Exchange of Thailand, and AXA (France). Professor Tiffany is the author of the book The Decline of American Steel. His book Business Plans for Dummies, co-authored with Steven Peterson, was an international finalist in the annual Booz Allen/Financial Times "Best Business Book of the Year" award. He currently is completing Dynamic Capabilities and 21st Century Management. Tiffany is the recipient of awards for his research and teaching, including the Anvil Award, presented to the outstanding professor in Wharton's graduate program, the Lindback Award by the University of Pennsylvania, and the Cheit Award by the Berkeley-Columbia Executive Master of Business Administration program, University of California, Berkeley. He earned an MBA, Harvard University, and a Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.