James Moustafellos

James Moustafellos

James Moustafellos is a global expert on business innovation, strategy and process modeling. Currently a full time consultant for Facebook, James researches and redesigns standard business processes to create tools that redefine the future of work.

James is also a faculty member in Hitotsubashi University's Graduate School of Corporate Strategy in Tokyo, Japan's top ranked business school.  James teaches the global cohort of Executive MBA students to lead innovation in their organizations and to use design thinking to create new processes, products and services.

Prior to his role at Facebook, James was the Managing Director and Practice Lead for Business Design at Liquidhub (now Capgemini Invent) where he led his team of designers to create comprehensive business solutions, process optimization plans and integrated digital technologies for some of the world's leading organizations including Wells Fargo, Vanguard, Johnson & Johnson, GSK, Comcast/NBC Universal and SEI.

James' research on the role of design in management and innovation includes recent articles in the Journal of Creativity and Business Innovation, as well as presentations at the Academy of Management, the International Atlantic Economic Conference and the Americas Conference on Information Systems.

James' design work has been exhibited and published extensively and has won numerous awards and distinctions. His work is in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

He earned a Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia University.