Assistant Professor in Organisation Theory & Information Systems
BS (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania), BA (College of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania), MBA (Yale University), PhD (McGill University)
My research examines how organisational restructurings, emerging technologies and new buildings are transforming knowledge work, particularly in healthcare organisations. In these settings, I focus on the integration of knowledge and the coordination of expert work under conditions of uncertainty and rapid change. I previously spent over a decade in strategy consulting, real estate private equity, venture funding and executive university administration.
I’m a member of the Organisational Theory and Information Systems subject group at Cambridge Judge Business School, which is engaged with cross-disciplinary themes including leadership, collaboration, social innovation and the future of work.
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