Wanda Orlikowski, MIT
Orlikowski is the Professor of Information Technologies and Organizational Studies at MIT's Sloan School of Management, and the Eaton-Peabody Chair of Communication Sciences
at MIT, and Professor of Information Technologies and Organization
Studies at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Her research interests
focus on the dynamic interaction of organizations and information
technology, with particular emphasis on changes in work, communication,
and temporal practices.
Erik Brynjolfsson, MIT
Brynjolfsson is the Schussel Professor of Management
at the MIT Sloan School and Co-Director of the Center for eBusiness
at MIT, a major research and educational initiative. His
research and teaching focus on how businesses can effectively
use information technology (IT) in general and the Internet in
Thomas Malone, MIT
is the Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management at
the MIT Sloan School of Management. He is also the founding
director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence. His research
focuses on how new organizations can be designed to take advantage
of the possibilities provided by information technology.
Peter Weill, MIT
Weill is the Director of CISR, and a Senior Research Scientist
at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His research centers on
the role, value, and governance of information technology (IT)
in enterprises. He has developed and taught executive education
and MBA programs on the business value of IT and has published
widely including award winning books, journal articles and case
studies and is working on a book on IT governance.
JoAnne Yates, MIT
is Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management at the MIT Sloan
School of Management. Her interdisciplinary program of research
is aimed at understanding how the use of communication and information
within firms shapes and is shaped over time by its changing organizational,
managerial, and technological contexts. This work includes both
historical and contemporary studies.
Stephanie Woerner, MIT
Stephanie Woerner is project
manager and research scientist for the SeeIT project. Her
research focuses on the internal communication practices in distributed
workgroups. She has previously worked on research examining the
relationship between a start-up's organizational structure and
the founders' mental models, and has written several nonprofit
governance cases and numerous teaching notes.
George Herman, managing editor of the MIT Process Handbook, is the primary author and editor of all entries in the Handbook, which number about 5,000 as of April 2000.
John Quimby is a Research Scientist at the Center for Collective Intelligence at MIT. For the past few years, he has led the software development of the Process Handbook and been a contributing author to an IEEE journal article about the handbook.
Victoria T. D'Urso (Research and Development Associate, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN) is interested in the economic impacts of technological innovations and the Internet on firms, markets and consumers, as well as the acceptability of new technologies and attributes of products by consumers and how firms incorporate these new technologies and information networks into their business strategy.
Hitt (Alberto Vitale Term Associate Professor of Operations and Information Management, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA) examines the relationships among information technology, organizational structure, and performance measures such as productivity and stock market value. This work uses existing datasets on information technology spending as well as newly collected survey data on information technology and organizational practices at large firms.
Dr. Howard A. Rubin is a Gartner Senior Advisor and Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at Hunter College of the City University of New York, a former Board member and Executive Vice President of META Group, Inc., and a former Nolan Norton Research Fellow. In addition, because of his extensive work in worldwide technology data collection and benchmarking, Dr. Rubin was a member of the Global Information Economy (GIE) Working Group of the U.S. State Department's Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy (ACIEP).
Ulrike Schultze (Associate Professor of Information Technology and Operations Management, Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX) conducts field studies on the impact of Internet technologies on organizing practices and shares theoretical and methodical strategies as well as preliminary insights with the organizing practicessub-project.
Maureen Scully (Assistant Professor in Management, College of Management, University of Massachusetts, Boston and Faculty Affiliate at the Center for Gender in Organizations, Simmons School of Management in Boston) studies issues of gender, race, and diversity in the workplace and addresses how the ideal of meritocracy can make inequality in organizations appear to be a legitimate outcome of a fair advancement contest.
Tom Apel, MIT
Tom Apel is a Fellow in the Advanced
Study Program. He works on the Business Models sub-project.
Sinan Aral, MIT
is a doctoral student in the IT Group at the MIT Sloan School
of Management and a researcher at the Center
for Information Systems Research.
Hyun-Gyung Im, MIT
Hyun-Gyung Im is a doctoral student in the MIT
Program in Science, Technology, and Society
Richard K. Lai, Harvard Business School
Richard Lai is a
doctoral student ar HBS.
Steve Kahl, MIT
Steve Kahl is a graduate student at the MIT Sloan School of Management.