News and Awards

  • Keystone Chairman and HBS Professor Marco Iansiti expands on why digital leaders post higher gross margins, profits, and revenue per employee than digital laggards in a new study entitled, “The Digital Business Divide: Analyzing the operating impact of digital transformation,” featured recently on CIO.com.
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  • Vault.com’s 2017 Top Ranked Consulting Firms: Keystone Strategy has been named to Vault.com‘s 2017 Top Ranked Consulting Firms in North America with two top 10 placements for both innovation and internal mobility. Read more about Keystone Strategy here: http://bit.ly/2bzdP7R vault-top-ranked
  • The CFO Leadership Council News:  Keystone’s own Director of Finance Julius Gloeckner is featured in the CFO Council News blog detailing why he thrives in Keystone’s entrepreneurial setting.  Read more about Julius Gloeckner and Keystone CFO Council Logo
  • Top 10 Boutique Strategy Consulting firm by IvyExec: Keystone has been ranked a Top 10 Boutique Strategy Consulting firm by IvyExec in their annual consulting firm rankings. Read more about Keystone  ivyexec_logo
  • Consulting Magazine Rising Star: Congratulations to Keystone’s Sam Price who was just named one of Consulting Magazine’s Rising Stars of the Profession for 2016. To read more about Sam and her work at Keystone, go to Consulting MagazineConsulting Mag Rising Star
  • Professor Iansiti releases One Strategy which analyzes how a management team tweaked and optimized the fine line between strategy and executionone-strategy
  • Professor Pisano wins the 2010 McKinsey Award for “Restoring American Competitiveness”
Publications

Keystone experts are thought leaders in their fields and are prolific writers on their findings. The experts create leading analytical frameworks for evaluating ecosystem strategy, innovation processes, IP evaluation, antitrust analysis and more. The research of our experts provides Keystone with unique access to large, cross-sectional studies of industry players. Please contact us to learn more about our experts' research.

 

Market Definition and Concentration: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

by Mark Glick
Antitrust Bulletin, Summer 2007

Intellectual Property Damages: Guidelines and Analysis

by Mark Glick, Lara Reymann, and Richard Hoffman
2002

Intellectual Property Damages presents the basics of intellectual property, the litigation process, the essential “rules” in postulating damages theories, the economic principles that are the foundation for much of IP damages, and the skills necessary to correctly calculate damages in IP cases. Intellectual Property Damages contains case summaries, useful forms for discovery, examples of effective expert opinions and testimony, and detailed calculations under various theories of damages. It also incorporates graphs illustrating economic principles, equations that might be used to support (or detract from) a damages theory, and examples of legal documents that commonly appear in IP litigation. Glick’s knowledge is built upon experience with law, economics, accounting, and (to a more limited extent) finance in the context of IP damages theories.