Paul A. Argenti
Professor of Corporate Communication
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

Professor Paul Argenti has taught management and corporate communication at the Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, and since 1981 as a faculty member at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business. He has also taught as a visiting professor at the International University of Japan, the Helsinki School of Economics, Erasmus University in the Netherlands, London Business School, Università della Svizzera Italiana and Singapore Management University. He currently serves as Faculty Director for Tuck’s Leadership and Strategic Impact Program, and Tuck’s executive program for Novartis.

Paul Argenti’s most recent book (co-authored with Courtney Barnes) is entitled Digital Strategies for Powerful Corporate Communication, published by McGraw-Hill. His  other books include: Strategic Corporate Communication, published by McGraw-Hill, The Power of Corporate Communication (co-authored with UCLA’s Janis Forman), published by McGraw-Hill, and The Fast Forward MBA Pocket Reference (second edition), released through Wiley.  He also published a fifth edition of his textbook for McGraw-Hill/Irwin in 2008 entitled Corporate Communication. Professor Argenti has written and edited numerous articles for academic publications and practitioner journals such as Harvard Business Review, California Management Review, and Sloan Management Review.

Paul Argenti is a Fulbright Scholar and a winner of the Pathfinder Award in 2007 from the Institute for Public Relations for the excellence of his research over a long career.  He serves on the Board of Trustees for the Arthur W. Page Society and the Institute for Public Relations. Finally, he has consulted and run training programs for hundreds of companies including General Electric, Shell, Sony, Novartis, and Goldman Sachs.

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