Paul Carlile Named to Thinkers50 Radar Class of 2022

On January 24, 2022, Thinkers50 announced their annual Radar list of the top 30 thinkers to watch in the coming year. The Thinkers50 Radar list is one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the Thinkers50 calendar each year. The list is made up of an eclectic mix of people who have crossed the personal radars of Thinkers50 leadership or been nominated by members of the Thinkers50 community.

Paul Carlile, Senior Associate Dean for Online Learning and Professor of Information Systems, was named to the Thinks50 Radar Class of 2022. Paul’s classic paper on an ‘integrative framework’ for managing knowledge across boundaries has been used to drive innovative outcomes across numerous organizations and many industries. He has helped develop the social and technological infrastructures that support cross-disciplinary and cross-industry collaboration to drive large-scale innovation in science, digital health, and education.

“The Radar Class of 2022 is an exceptional group of thinkers, whose ideas,
hard work and passion we believe can make a real difference in the world.
They may not have all the answers, but they are asking important questions
about the business world and the sort of society we want to live in,” stated Thinkers50 founders Stuart Crainer and Des Dearlove in today’s announcement.

This year’s list includes many notables from around the world including a US leadership coach for young women, a Norwegian superclusters expert, a champion of transformational just from the UK, and Canada’s Innovator of the Year.

“This achievement is another high-profile recognition of Questrom’s excellence in the digital transformation research domain,” wrote Susan Fournier, Allen Questrom Professor & Dean in an announcement to the Questrom community. “It’s also a recognition of an ongoing commitment to research that has an impact on the way industry works to solve global business challenges.”

 

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