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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 41284 Ofer Sharone Mitsubishi Career Development Professor Assistant Professor of Work and Employment Research Biography Selected Publications Ofer Sharone is the Mitsubishi Career Development Professor and an Assistant Professor of Work and Organization Studies at the MIT Sloan School of Management Sharone s research focuses on career transitions job searching and unemployment and examines the interplay between varied institutions on the one hand and workers practices and experiences on the other His studies are primarily cross national comparisons and utilize in depth interviews and participant observations His recently published book Flawed System Flawed Self Job Searching and Unemployment Experiences University of Chicago Press compares the job searching and unemployment experiences of white collar workers in Israel and the United States In 2014 this book won the Zelizer Award in Economic Sociology the Weber Award in Organizations Occupation Work OOW and an Honorable Mention for the Douglas Award from the Culture Section of the ASA His current research with the Institute for Career Transitions focuses on strategies for supporting long term unemployed job seekers This research has received wide attention from national media and led to an invitation from the White House to participate in policy discussions on addressing long term unemployment Ofer s teaching interests include the sociology of work and culture economic sociology negotiations and social theory Sharone holds a BA in economics from the University of Illinois a JD from Harvard Law School and a PhD in sociology from the University of California Berkeley Ofer Sharone is the Mitsubishi Career Development Professor and an Assistant Professor of Work and Organization Studies at the MIT Sloan School of Management Sharone s research focuses on career transitions job searching and unemployment and examines the interplay between varied institutions on the one hand and

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Center Retired Faculty 92360 Ben Shields Biography Ben Shields is a Lecturer in Managerial Communication at the MIT Sloan School of Management Shields teaches Communication for Leaders and Advanced Leadership Communication In Spring 2015 he is launching a new course called Social Media Management Persuasion in Networked Culture Shields s research focuses on the intersection of social media technologies data analytics and audience behavior in the sports media and entertainment industries He is the coauthor of two books The Sports Strategist Developing Leaders for a High Performance Industry Oxford University Press 2015 and The Elusive Fan Reinventing Sports in a Crowded Marketplace McGraw Hill 2006 He has also written numerous articles and book chapters on sports media and marketing communications He is currently working on a new project about the business value and persuasive power of social media platforms Shields served previously as the Director of Social Media and Marketing at ESPN He oversaw social media strategy for the ESPN brand and collaborated across the enterprise to develop and implement company wide social strategy He also worked on marketing strategy for several ESPN brands and sub brands including the SportsCenter DaDaDa campaign and the Emmy Award winning It s Not

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Lou worked as an entrepreneur in residence at Highland Capital Partners in 2002 Prior to Highland Lou served as vice president of worldwide field operations for WebLine Communications a customer contact center software company acquired by Cisco Systems in 1999 for 325 million Before WebLine Lou served as vice president of the Americas and Pacific operations at Avid Technology He joined Avid when the company was a startup and oversaw its growth to over 450 million in revenue Lou also founded and served as president of Avid Japan KK Lou serves as a Chairman of the Board of CustomerGauge and is an advisor to AppFirst and Unidesk Software Lou holds a BA in economics from Trinity College and an MBA from Harvard Business School Lou Shipley is a Lecturer at theMartin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship at the MIT Sloan School of Management He teaches course 15 387 Technology Sales Sales Management Lou is currently president and CEO of Black Duck Software in Burlington MA Contact Information E mail shipley MIT EDU Group s Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management Research Center s Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship General Expertise Angel investing Asia Asia Pacific Bank regulation Banking industry Banking operations and policy Banking regulation Big data Blogs Blogs B school Business education Business intelligence Business plans Business school Business to business marketing Career development CEO compensation Change management China Cloud computing Cloud storage Compensation Competition Competitive strategy Competitive strategy Component software technologies Corporate governance Corporate governance Corporate governance Corporate governance Corporate strategy and policy Cross cultural awareness Customer incentives Customer Relationship Management CRM Customer relationships Customer satisfaction Customer service Cyber security Data analysis Data assets Data management Data mining Data mining Database marketing Economic history Email Emerging markets Employee motivation Enterprise information systems Entrepreneurial finance Entrepreneurial management Entrepreneurship

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Research Spotlight Research Centers Academic Groups LearningEdge International Programs Office Faculty Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 51407 Nemit Shroff Assistant Professor of Accounting Biography Selected Publications Nemit Shroff is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the MIT Sloan School of Management Shroff s research examines whether and why financial reporting affects managerial actions particularly their investment decisions His recent research explores some of the reasons why financial reporting creates information to facilitate managerial decisions in contrast to the usual focus on information for external investors decisions His research also examines the factors that determine managers financial reporting choices and ultimately the quality of financial reports Before pursuing his graduate studies he worked at Cognizant Technology Solutions Shroff holds an undergraduate degree from Sydenham College in Mumbai an MBA from Amrita School of Business as well as an MS in applied economics and a PhD in accounting from the University of Michigan Nemit Shroff is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the MIT Sloan School of Management Shroff s research examines whether and why financial reporting affects managerial actions particularly their investment decisions His recent research explores some of the reasons why financial

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Sloan Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Faculty Research Faculty Research Home News and Publications Research Spotlight Research Centers Academic Groups LearningEdge International Programs Office Faculty Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 41233 Michael Siegel Biography Selected Publications Michael Siegel is a Principal Research Scientist at the MIT Sloan School of Management and is currently the Co Director of the PROductivity from Information Technology PROFIT Project Siegel s research interests include the integration and use of information from multiple and the use of modeling and data analytics to analyze complex systems His work has been published in areas including the use of information technology in financial risk management and global financial systems cybersecurity applications of computation social science to analyze state stability digital business financial account aggregation healthcare information systems heterogeneous database systems managing data semantics query optimization intelligent database systems and learning in database systems He received his BS in engineering from Trinity College 1977 an MS in engineering from the Solar Energy Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin Madison 1980 and an MA and PhD in computer science from Boston University 1989 Michael Siegel is a Principal Research Scientist at the MIT Sloan School of Management and is currently the Co Director of the PROductivity from Information Technology PROFIT Project Siegel s research interests include the integration and use of information from multiple and the use of modeling and data analytics to analyze complex systems His work has been published in areas including the use of information technology in financial risk management and global financial systems cybersecurity applications of computation social science to analyze state stability digital business financial account aggregation healthcare information systems heterogeneous database systems managing data

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 41381 Duncan Simester NTU Professor of Marketing Biography Selected Publications Duncan Simester is the NTU Professor of Marketing at the MIT Sloan School of Management Simester investigates retail pricing and how customers form inferences about competitive prices from common marketing cues such as sale signs price endings installment billing offers and credit card logos He also investigates how operations research techniques can be used to optimize marketing decisions His current work explores the long term costs of stockouts the long term impact of promotion decisions dynamic catalog mailing decisions and adaptive techniques for the optimal design of pricing and product decisions Other work investigates the allocation of ownership in channel relationships and the adaptive design of market research instruments Simester s research is often interdisciplinary in nature using methodologies developed in economics or operations research to make contributions to the academic literature His research relies heavily on industry participation and includes many large scale field tests conducted with a variety of direct marketing companies and other retail firms Simester holds a BCom and an MCom in commerce and an LLB in law from the University of Auckland as well as a

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    Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Faculty Research Faculty Research Home News and Publications Research Spotlight Research Centers Academic Groups LearningEdge International Programs Office Faculty Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 53475 Eric So Sarofim Family Career Development Professor Assistant Professor of Accounting Biography Selected Publications Eric So is the Sarofim Family Career Development Professor and an Assistant Professor in the Economics Finance and Accounting Area of the MIT Sloan School of Management His research interests include equity valuation asset pricing option markets security analysts and limits to arbitrage with a focus on the forces and mechanisms that shape the information content of market prices He holds an MA in economics from Cornell University and a PhD in business administration from Stanford University s Graduate School of Business Prior to completing his PhD So worked as a research analyst at the Nasdaq Stock Market in the Economic Research department Eric So is the Sarofim Family Career Development Professor and an Assistant Professor in the Economics Finance and Accounting Area of the MIT Sloan School of Management His research interests include equity valuation asset pricing option markets security analysts and limits to arbitrage with a focus on the forces and mechanisms that shape the information content of market prices He holds an MA in economics from Cornell University and a PhD in business administration from Stanford University s Graduate School of Business Full curriculum vitae Website Working Papers Contact Information Office E62 677 Tel 617 253 6470 E mail eso mit edu Support Staff Name Cassie Reddick Tel 617 715 4178 E mail creddick mit edu Name Jackie Donnelly Tel 617 324 1198 E mail jdonn mit edu Name Nancy Leonelli Tel

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    intense rivalry Prior to MIT Sloan he worked for the investment bank Prudential Bache the U S Congress Office of Technology Assessment and the University of Tokyo and he taught at Harvard Business School for six years As a consultant and an advisor Spear works actively with organizations to develop their capacity for high speed sustained improvement and innovation He played an integral role in developing the Alcoa Business System which has been credited with saving hundreds of millions of dollars in Alcoa s annual report and the Perfecting Patient Care system of the Pittsburgh Regional Healthcare Initiative which helped raise quality and safety of care in area hospitals and which has been credited with saving many lives and much money His clients include organizations such as Lockheed Martin John Deere Intel Intuit Brigham and Women s Hospital Massachusetts General Hospital and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center He consulted for the MacArthur Foundation and works with Toyota on supplier development efforts A senior lecturer at MIT Sloan and at the Engineering Systems Division Spear teaches a course on high velocity organizations in the Leaders for Global Operations Program and in several executive education programs He supports the Institute for Healthcare Improvement s efforts as a Senior Fellow Spear s book The High Velocity Edge How Market Leaders Leverage Operational Excellence to Beat the Competition McGraw Hill 2010 has won several awards including the Shingo Prize for Excellence in Manufacturing Research and the Philip Crosby Medal from the American Society for Quality His articles Decoding the DNA of the Toyota Production System and Learning to Lead at Toyota have been widely read and have become part of the lean manufacturing canon Fixing Healthcare from the Inside Today won a McKinsey Award as one of the best Harvard Business Review articles in

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