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Featured Speakers / Thought Leaders

The following esteemed academics and professionals have been speakers at MIT CISR events.

  Sinan Aral
David Austin Professor of Management
Professor of Information Technology and Marketing
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Rob Austin
Professor of Information Systems
Copenhagen Business School
  Erik Brynjolfsson
Schussel Family Professor of Management Science
Professor of Information Technology
Director, The MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Jared Curhan
Associate Professor of Organization Studies
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Roberto Fernandez
William F. Pounds Professor in Management
Professor of Organization Studies
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Peter Hinssen
Co-founder and Chairman
Nexxworks
  Simon Johnson
Ronald A. Kurtz Professor of Entrepreneurship
Professor of Global Economics and Management
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Mary Lacity
Curators’ Distinguished Professor & International Business Fellow
College of Business Administration
University of Missouri-St. Louis
  Andrew McAfee
Principal Research Scientist
The MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Anthony Philippakis
Chief Data Officer
Broad Institute, MIT and Harvard
  Howard Rubin
President and CEO
Rubin WorldWide
  Jeffrey Sampler
Adjunct Professor of Management
CEIBS
  Michael Schrage
Visiting Scholar
The MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy
Imperial College Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  Ben Shields
Lecturer in Managerial Comminication
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Sandra Sieber
Professor of Information Systems
ISES, University of Navarra
  Duncan Simester
NTU Professor of Marketing
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Steve Spear
Senior Lecturer
Engineering Systems Division,
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Zeynep Ton
Adjunct Associate Professor
Operations Management Group
MIT Sloan School of Management
  Marshall van Alstyne
Everett W. Lord Distinguished Faculty Scholar
Chair of Information Systems
Professor
Boston University Questrom School of Business
  Leslie Willcocks 
Professor of Work, Technology and Globalization
Department of Management
London School of Economics and Political Science