Faculty Directory

Scott D. Anthony D’96

Clinical Professor of Business Administration

Areas of Expertise

Innovation, digital transformation, disruption, leadership, culture, organizational change


Leading Disruptive Change


EMC, INSEAD, 2021; MBA, Harvard Business School, 2001; AB, Dartmouth College, 1996


Scott D. Anthony is a clinical professor at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where his research and teaching focuses on the adaptive challenges of disruptive change. Scott’s next book—his ninth—is slated to be published by Harvard Business Review Press in 2025. The book’s provisional title is Anomalies Wanted: A Brief History of Disruption. Scott previously spent more than 20 years at Innosight, a growth strategy consultancy founded by Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, serving as Innosight’s elected managing partner from 2012–18, a period when Innosight tripled its revenues and expanded internationally. In 2017 Huron Consulting acquired Innosight for $100 million, and Scott continues to serve as an adviser to Innosight. He has lived in the United Kingdom (1997–98) and Singapore (2010–22), held board roles at public and private companies, given keynote addresses on six continents, and worked with CEOs at numerous global organizations. Thinkers50 named him the world’s ninth most influential thinker in 2023 and the world’s leading innovative thinker in 2017.