||1969 – B.S.E. with high honors in aerospace and mechanical engineering from Princeton University
1971 – M.B.A. with high distinction from the Harvard Business School
1973 – Ph.D. in business economics from Harvard University
1978 – Teaches first “Industry and Competitive Analysis” course at Harvard Business School
1979 – Publishes "How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy" article outlining Five Forces Framework in Harvard Business Review
1980 – Publishes Competitive Strategy: Techniques for Analyzing Industries and Competitors
1982 – Tenured at Harvard Business School
1983 – Co-founds Monitor Company
Monitor Deloitte is the multinational strategy consulting practice of Deloitte Consulting. Monitor Deloitte specializes in providing strategy consultation services to the senior management of major organizations and governments. It helps its clients address a variety of management areas, including: Organic Growth, Strategic Transformation, Innovation and Ventures, Business Design and Configuration, Strategic Sensing and Insight Services.
Prior to its acquisition by Deloitte in January 2013, Monitor Deloitte was an American strategy consulting practice known as Monitor Group, which filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2012. Monitor Group was founded in 1983 by six entrepreneurs with ties to the Harvard Business School, including Michael Porter. The advisory services now offered by Monitor Deloitte are in line with Monitor Group's legacy expertise, but expanded to a broader set of implementation and capabilities design focused on greater resilience to economic uncertainty. From 2005 to 2011, Monitor controversially provided services to Muammar Gaddafi's regime in Libya.
Today, Monitor Deloitte is a market-facing Strategy and Business Design consulting practice. At the time of merger with Deloitte, it was led by Bansi Nagji. Prior to the merger with Deloitte, Bansi Nagji was President of Monitor Group and led the firm’s global innovation practice.