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CDI people

Based at Cambridge Judge Business School and Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge, CDI has a Management Board and is supported by an Advisory Board, Fellows and Associated Faculty.

Michael Barrett

Michael Barrett

Academic Director, Cambridge Digital Innovation

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Michael is Professor of IS and Innovation Studies and Director of Research at Cambridge Judge Business School. He is also Distinguished Visiting Professor of Innovation at the Stockholm School of Economics. He has served as Head of the Organisation Theory & Information Systems group, Director (Associate Dean) of Programmes, and Director of the MPhil in Innovation, Strategy & Organisation programme. He is also a Distinguished Scholar, OCIS Division, Academy of Management. Professor Barrett is currently Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Information & Organization journal responsible for the RICK section. He has consulted with Oracle Canada where he won the Most Valuable Employee award. He continues to provide executive education for many organisations including Thomson Reuters, Statoil, Bank of China, China Mobile, BT, IBM, HP, PWC, Pfizer, Shell, and the World Health Organisation.

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Karl Prince.

Karl Prince

Director, Cambridge Digital Innovation

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As Director, Karl aims to advance research on digital innovation as well promote the translational impact of such research through knowledge hubs and education outreach programmes. His research interests include digital innovation particularly in regard to health care and fintech contexts, broader themes of innovation such as ecosystem development and leadership, and information systems. Karl has previous experience in industry and academic contexts, holding consulting and management positions in the Cambridge cluster and research positions at the University of Cambridge, Warwick Business School and Leeds Business School.

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Wanda Orlikowski.

Professor Wanda Orlikowski

MIT Sloan School of Management

Laurel Powers-Freeling

Laurel Powers-Freeling

Board of Atom Bank

Geoff Walsham

Professor Geoff Walsham

Professor Emeritus of Management Studies (Information Systems), Cambridge Judge Business School

Michael Barrett

Michael Barrett

Academic Director, Cambridge Digital Innovation

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Michael is Professor of IS and Innovation Studies and Director of Research at Cambridge Judge Business School. He is also Distinguished Visiting Professor of Innovation at the Stockholm School of Economics. He has served as Head of the Organisation Theory & Information Systems group, Director (Associate Dean) of Programmes, and Director of the MPhil in Innovation, Strategy & Organisation programme. He is also a Distinguished Scholar, OCIS Division, Academy of Management. Professor Barrett is currently Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Information & Organization journal responsible for the RICK section. He has consulted with Oracle Canada where he won the Most Valuable Employee award. He continues to provide executive education for many organisations including Thomson Reuters, Statoil, Bank of China, China Mobile, BT, IBM, HP, PWC, Pfizer, Shell, and the World Health Organisation.

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David Hytha.

David Hytha

New Wave Partners

Manuel Arriaga.

Dr Manuel Arriaga

NYU Stern

Samuel Liyala.

Dr Samuel Liyala

School of Informatics and Innovative Systems, Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, Kenya

Yolande Chan

Professor Yolande Chan

Smith School of Business, Queen's University, Canada

Joanna Mills.

Dr Joanna Mills

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre Manager, Biodata Innovation Centre, Wellcome Genome Campus

Panos Constantinides

Professor Panos Constantinides

Professor of Digital Innovation, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester

Tim Murdoch.

Dr Tim Murdoch

CEO, Waymap

Elizabeth Davidson.

Professor Elizabeth Davidson

Shidler College of Business, University of Hawai’i Mānoa

Eivor Oborn

Professor Eivor Oborn

Warwick Business School

Samer Faraj

Professor Samer Faraj

Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University

Kristin-Anne Rutter

Dr Kristin-Anne Rutter

Partner, McKinsey and Company

Amer Fasihi

Dr Amer Fasihi

COO Sales and Marketing Analytics, Kraydel

Torsten-Oliver Salge

Professor Torsten-Oliver Salge

Head of Innovation, Strategy and Organisation, RWTH Aachen University

Bob Hinings

Professor Bob Hinings

Alberta School of Business

Susan Scott

Dr Susan Scott

Department of Management, LSE

Marleen Huysman

Professor Marleen Huysman

Head of Information, Logistics and Innovation, School of Business and Economics, VU University Amsterdam

Markos Zachariadis.

Dr Markos Zachariadis

Warwick Business School

Gishan Dissanaike

Professor Gishan Dissanaike

Adam Smith Professor of Corporate Governance, Cambridge Judge Business School

Matthew Jones

Dr Matthew Jones

Reader in Information Systems, Cambridge Judge Business School

Shasha Lu

Shasha Lu

University Lecturer in Marketing

Stella Pachidi.

Dr Stella Pachidi

University Lecturer in Information Systems, Cambridge Judge Business School

Jaideep Prabhu

Jaideep Prabhu

Professor of Marketing, Cambridge Judge Business School

Stefan Scholtes

Professor Stefan Scholtes

Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management, Cambridge Judge Business School

Philip Stiles

Dr Philip Stiles

University Senior Lecturer in Corporate Governance, Cambridge Judge Business School

Mark Thompson

Professor Mark Thompson

Professor in Digital Economy, University of Exeter Business School

Paul Tracey

Professor Paul Tracey

Professor of Innovation & Organisation, Cambridge Judge Business School

Paul White.

Professor Paul White

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Helen Haugh

Helen Haugh

University Senior Lecturer in Community Enterprise

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Dr Haugh has written extensively on the topic of social entrepreneurship. A particular focus of her work is community-based enterprise, and more specifically the role of communities in creating sustainable solutions to social problems. In 2008 she established the Tata International Social Entrepreneurship Scheme, which offers final year undergraduate or postgraduate students at the University of Cambridge the opportunity to work on social entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility projects within the Tata Group of Companies in India.

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