Dr. Liam Fahey
Co-founder and Principal, Leadership Forum, Inc. and ISBM Distinguished Research Fellow
Hubert St. Onge
Founder and Principal, SaintOnge Alliance
Dr. Liam Fahey
Dr. Liam Fahey is a co-founder and Principal at Leadership Forum, Inc. and is an ISBM Distinguished Research Fellow. In addition, Dr. Fahey is an Adjunct Professor of Strategic Management at Babson College (USA), Visiting Professor of Strategic Management at the Cranfield School of Management (UK) and a Partner in the Leadership Forum LLC. Previously, he taught at Northwestern University’s J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management and at Boston University. He holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Pittsburgh and M.B.S. and B. Comm. degrees from University College Dublin, Ireland.
Dr. Fahey’s research and teaching center on Strategic Management—specifically, competitive strategy, macro environmental and competitor analysis, with a special emphasis on linking strategy, scenarios, and knowledge. His research has appeared in such publications as Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Business Strategy, Long Range Planning, California Management Review, Journal of Management, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, American Journal of Small Business, and Harvard Business Review.
Hubert Saint-Onge is the Founder and Principal of SaintOnge Alliance. In addition to holding key senior management positions in leading companies over the past 25 years, he has developed and refined a model called the Knowledge Assets Framework. This model strategically integrates business plans with branding, leadership and people management in order to optimize the performance of an organization.
Hubert’s client work showcases the extensive experience he accumulated as a senior executive in the oil industry as well as in financial services. Based on his work as Senior Vice President of Strategic Capabilities at Clarica, Hubert was recently featured as one of five practitioners around the world who have had the most impact on organizations according to authors Larry Prusak and Tom Davenport in “What’s the Big Idea? Creating and Capitalizing on the Best New Management Thinking. “The literature in this field identifies Hubert as one of the most respected thought leaders and practitioners in transforming organizations into 21st century knowledge-based enterprises.