Assistant Professor of Management, Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business
Dr. M. Serkan Akturk is an Assistant Professor of Management Science at Clemson University’s Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business. He received his Ph.D. from Mays Business School at Texas A&M University.
Gantcher Associate Professor of Business in Marketing, Columbia Business School
Silvia Bellezza is the Gantcher Associate Professor of Business in Marketing at Columbia Business School, where she teaches marketing to MBA and executive MBA students. Her research focuses on consumer behavior and symbolic consumption – how consumers use products and brands to express who they are and signal status. She earned her Ph.D. in marketing from Harvard Business School and worked in the marketing departments of L.V.M.H. and Dannon.
Ruth N. Bolton is Professor of Marketing at the W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University. She is the recipient of the 2016 American Marketing Association / Irwin / McGraw-Hill Distinguished Marketing Educator Award and the 2007 recipient of the Christopher Lovelock Career Contributions to Services Award. Both awards are given to only a select few marketing academics; they recognize distinguished service and sustained outstanding contributions to the field of marketing.
Director & John and Becky Duffey Faculty Fellow, The School of Hospitality Business
Dr. Carl Borchgrevink is the Director of the School of Hospitality Business, the oldest hospitality school at a public university in the U.S., in the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University.
Associate Professor, W.P. Carey School of Business
Jonathan Bundy joined the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University in 2016. Professor Bundy’s research takes a behavioral approach to strategic management and focuses on the social and cognitive forces that shape organizational outcomes and behavior. He specifically investigates crisis and impression management, corporate reputation and other social evaluations, firm-stakeholder relationships, and corporate governance. He received his bachelor’s and masters degrees from the University of New Mexico and his doctorate in strategic management and organization theory from the University of Georgia.
Professor, Management and Marketing Special Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs for Outcomes Assessment, Academic Affairs
Dr. Carter is a Professor of Management and has been at Rhode Island College since the fall 2001. Dr. Carter teaches Human Resources, Compensation, Labor Relations, Foundations of Management, Organizational Theory, and Business, Government, and Society.
Andrew Corbett is the Paul T. Babson Chair of Entrepreneurship at Babson College and an instructor at Babson Executive Education. The Journal of Business Management recently named him one of the Top 25 Entrepreneurship Researchers in the World. Dr. Corbetts primary areas of study are corporate entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial learning and cognition, and entrepreneurship education. He is the co-author of Beyond the Champion: Institutionalizing Innovation Innovation Through People (2018).
Rob Cross is the Edward A. Madden Professor of Global Leadership at Babson College. For almost twenty years, his research, teaching and consulting have focused on applying social network analysis ideas to critical business issues for actionable insights and bottom-line results. He has worked with over 300 leading companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. He is the director of Connected Commons, a consortium dedicated to developing research, relationships, and resources exploring the link between personal networks and professional success.
Anil Doshi is a doctoral candidate in the Technology and Operations Management unit at Harvard Business School, where he researches the impact of digitization and information revelation on firm strategy, particularly on platforms. He has over ten years of experience in finance and startups. Doshi received his A.B. from Dartmouth College, where he studied Economics and Government.
Kimon Drakopoulos is an Assistant Professor in the Data Sciences and Operations department at USC Marshall School of Business. His research focuses on the operations of complex networked systems, social networks, stochastic modeling, game theory and information economics. Kimon completed his Ph.D. at the Laboratory for Information and Decision systems at MIT, focusing on the analysis and control of contagion processes on networks.
Executive Director, Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL)
Dr. Susan Duffy is the Executive Director of the Babson College Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL), where she educates, inspires and empowers women to transform their entrepreneurial potential into social and economic impact. She earned a Ph.D. in Management and Organization from The George Washington University, and is an advisor to a number of early stage companies, an angel investor, and a member of several boards and advisory councils.
Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Technology
Nilanjana (Nel) Dutt is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management and Technology at Bocconi University in Milan. She has a Ph.D. in Strategy from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. She is generally interested in understanding how firms discover new investment opportunities and evolve their innovation efforts over time. Her dissertation research examined how U.S. Electric Utilities identify new Renewable Electricity projects.
Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics, Marshall School of Business
Marco Giacoletti is an assistant professor of finance and business economics at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business. His research focuses on economic trends and the factors affecting U.S. home and rental prices.
Associate Professor, Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit, Harvard Business School
Francesca Gino is an associate professor of business administration in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit at Harvard Business School. She is also formally affiliated with the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and with the Mind, Brain, Behavior Initiative at Harvard. She has earned research awards from the National Science Foundation and the Academy of Management, including the 2013 Cummings Scholarly Achievement Award from the Academy of Management Organizational Behavior Division. In addition to teaching, she advises firms and not-for-profit organizations in the areas of negotiation, decision-making, and organizational behavior.
Walter H. Carpenter Professor of Organizational Behavior Management Division Co-Chair
Danna Greenberg is the Walter H. Carpenter Professor of Organizational Behavior at Babson College. Danna teaches organizational behavior at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive level, often in association with entrepreneurship and design thinking. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from Wellesley College and a Ph.D. in Organizational Studies from Boston College. Her main area of research focuses on understanding the intersection between individuals’ work and non-work lives as they move through their careers.
Doctoral Candidate in Strategy, Harvard Business School
Andrea Hill is a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) candidate in Strategy at Harvard Business School. Before studying at Harvard, Andrea earned a B.A. with Honors from Brown University in Philosophy and Mathematics and an M.A. in International Relations from Johns Hopkins’ School for Advanced International Studies.
Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise, Stephen M. Ross School of Business and School of Natural Resources & Environment
Andrew (Andy) Hoffman is the Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan, a position that holds joint appointments at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the School of Natural Resources & Environment. He also serves as Director of the Frederick A. and Barbara M. Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise. In his research, Andy uses organizational, network, and strategic analyses to assess the implications of environmental issues for business, and has published over a dozen books and over ninety articles and book chapters on the topic. His career has spanned academia, government, and the private sector.
Professor of Management, Eli Broad College of Business
John R. Hollenbeck is the Eli Broad Professor of Management at Michigan State Universitys Eli Broad College of Business. His research focuses on team decision-making, employee motivation and self-regulation, and employee separation and acquisition processes. He received his Ph.D. in management from New York University in 1984.