Karim R. LakhaniKarim R. Lakhani is the Dorothy & Michael Hintze Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. He specializes in technology management, innovation, digital transformation and artificial intelligence (AI). Lakhani is known for his original scholarship on open source communities and innovation contests and has pioneered the use of field experiments to help solve innovation-related challenges.
His digital transformation research investigates the role of analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) in reshaping business and operating models. This research is complemented through his leadership as co-founder and chair of The Digital, Data, and Design (D^3) Institute at Harvard and as co-founder and co-chair of the Harvard Business Analytics Program, a university-wide online program transforming mid-career executives into data-savvy leaders. Lakhani has over 150 published peer-reviewed papers in leading journals in economics, management and natural science, executive-oriented articles in Harvard Business Review and MIT Sloan Management Review, and has authored several Harvard Business School case studies.
Lakhani has taught extensively in Harvard Business School’s MBA, executive, doctoral and online programs. Prior to coming to HBS, he served as a Lecturer at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. He has also worked in sales, marketing and new product development roles at GE Healthcare and was a consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. Provided by Wikipedia
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