Richard Goulding

Lecturer

Academic Division: TOIM

Bio

Richard Goulding teaches at Babson College in Technology, Innovation, & Operations Management. He is also Faculty Director of the Master's in Management & Entrepreneurial Leadership program at F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business. Richard’s professional background spans senior executive positions in Strategy & Development, Operations, and Private Equity Investment in public and privately held firms. He has held key operating and investment responsibilities in: Technology Private Equity Consumer Packaged Goods Advanced Building Systems Food & Agriculture Industrial Chemicals Richard has also advised more than twenty firms ranging from labs & start-ups to large, multi-market enterprises, leveraging particular expertise in new venture & mid-market board governance. Throughout his career, Richard has focused venture investment - and its implications - into critical operating domains and shifting boundaries of the firm. He has leveraged a focused, disruptive equity approach into established industry sectors such as consumer products, natural resources, and agriculture. Richard’s research areas of interest include: Managing new venture risk The operating model & network implications of disruptive technology Innovation infrastructure in ancient & modern urban centers Aligning institutional & executive interpretations of venture risk Scaling Lean Ventures & Family Enterprise Richard lives in Scituate, MA with his wife and five children.

Academic Degrees

  • MBA, Harvard Business School
  • BS, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Courses

Degree Courses 2016-2017

  • MIS 3535: SCALING LEAN VENTURE AND FAMILY BUSINESS

Degree Courses 2015-2016

  • OPS 7572: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
  • OPS 6100: DELIVERING VALUE THROUGH OPERATIONS

Service

  • Institute for Family Entrepreneurship Faculty Task Force
    (current)