Bojan Amovic

Visiting Lecturer

Academic Division: Math & Science


Mr. Amovic joined Babson College in January of 2017, teaching courses within Technology, Innovation & Operations Management and Mathematics and Science Departments. At its core, Mr. Amovic’s professional background is focused on intersection of innovation, quantitative analysis and operations management. More specifically, it includes a bifurcated approach of almost entirely contrasting aspects of disruptive innovation roles on one hand, and a highly structured and rigid operations management challenges of the same process on the other. Mr. Amovic’s diverse background consists of tactical, engineering roles followed by a progressive transition into senior leadership handling strategic challenges of product management or engineering program management in electronic consumables, medical, defense, and telecommunications industries. A natural interplay of innovation management and strategic consideration related to intellectual property led Mr. Amovic to the pursuit of legal education. It is during his law school career that Mr. Amovic developed a captivating research interest in introduction and implementation of quantitative methods, predictive simulation modeling and decision making in legal, regulatory, or intellectual property management. Mr. Amovic has also lectured at the Southern New Hampshire University graduate on-campus program, and guest lectured as a part of the Wentworth Institute of Technology senior capstone course modules. In addition to university teaching, Mr. Amovic has an extensive experience of teaching quantitative methods, applied technologies and change management courses and seminars within industry as well.

Academic Degrees

  • JD, Massachusetts School of Law
  • MBA, Endicott College
  • BS, University of New Hampshire

Academic Interests

Innovation management; Intellectual property strategy; Predictive models for decision making in law practice; Quantitative methods, technology and law;


Degree Courses 2016-2017