Ambra Mazzelli is an Associate Professor of Strategy and Organizations at SKEMA Business School. Originally from Italy, Ambra lived and worked in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Boston (USA), Montreal (Canada), and Lancaster (UK). Before joining SKEMA Business School, she was an Assistant Professor at the Asia School of Business and an International Faculty Fellow and Research Affiliate at MIT Sloan.
Ambra's research investigates the psychological underpinnings of firms' strategic decisions. She is also interested in the role of entrepreneurship in society. Her work has appeared in numerous top journals, including Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management Studies, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Long Range Planning.
Besides her research, she has actively and enthusiastically advised on more than fifty projects in large international firms and conglomerates, at both strategic and operational levels, and continues to consult for managers and executives at publicly listed companies and large private firms in Asia and Europe.