Operations Technology and Information Management

Explore the latest from our operations, technology, and information management faculty.

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Turtle offers a new model for freelancing

Vlad Lokshin, MBA ’15, co-founded Turtle to create a first-class freelancing platform, starting with software developers.

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Profile in Leadership: Christina Keller, MBA ’07, president and CEO at Cascade Engineering

Christina Keller, CEO and president of Cascade Engineering, upholds and updates a family tradition of do-good capitalism.

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Cybersecurity: Crimes and consequences

As hacking threats grow in sophistication, here’s a look at what companies are doing to protect themselves and their clients.

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Startup Snapshot: Intentionally Inventive

Scott Yewell’s startup, Purpose Built Software, builds time-saving and efficient custom applications for companies.

Elaine Lu

Startup Snapshot: Streaming is Believing

Elaine Lu, MBA ’11, is co-founder and COO of Visbit, a streaming technology company that delivers VR videos in the best quality anytime, anywhere, and on any device.

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Profile in Leadership: Roy Ashok, MBA ’09, CEO of Daqri

Roy Ashok, MBA ’09, is harnessing AR technology for smart factories and streamlining focus with inspired, authentic leadership.

Startup Snapshot: Natural Selection

Startup Snapshot: Natural Selection

Jay Bhatty, MBA ’08: CEO and founder, NatGasHub.com

The Transformative Power of Blockchain
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The transformative power of blockchain

Cryptocurrencies aside, blockchain technology is set to transform a host of industries beyond finance.

CIOs Move to Center Stage
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CIOs Move to Center Stage

Today, IT is essential to the success of practically every organization — and so is the CIO.