Robert Moussetis, associate professor of international business, had his paper titled “Ansoff revisited: How Ansoff interfaces with both the planning and learning schools of thought in strategy” published by Emerald in the “Journal of Management History,” Vol. 17. The purpose of his paper was to revisit the comprehensive work of Igor Ansoff, an influential strategic thinker, and how his work interfaces with the various schools of strategic management. The “Journal of Management History” reflects on the historical development of management concepts and practices, with a view to how they inform the present and shape what we are and what we do. The journal also concerns areas of study such as social-anthropological studies of organization, business history, accounting history, history as science, philosophy, fads and fashions in the practice of management and in management consulting.