Cutter Consortium Fellow Steve Andriole is Professor of Business Technology at Villanova University. His specialty areas include digital transformation and emerging technology trends. His acclaimed columns in Forbes.com have included 5 Ways CIOs Should Speak Digital to Executives.
Dr. Michael Eiden is an expert in machine learning and artificial intelligence. He has designed, implemented and productionized ML/AI solutions for applications in medical diagnostics, pharma, biodefense and consumer electronics.
Whynde Kuehn is a long-time business architecture practitioner, educator, and industry thought leader, who takes a business-focused and results-oriented approach to business architecture.
Carla Ogunrinde is a certified executive coach, creative designer of immersive leadership programs for Fortune 500 companies, managing partner at First You Leadership Program, and facilitator and trainer of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Carlos Mira, Partner at Arthur D. Little, focuses on how companies can leverage ecosystems and platforms to compete in the digital era.
Cutter Consortium Fellow Michael Roberto, author of Unlocking Creativity: How to Solve Any Problem and Make the Best Decisions by Shifting Creative Mindsets, is the Trustee Professor of Management at Bryant University.
Andreas Schotter is a Cutter Consortium Fellow and Associate Professor for International Business at the Ivey Business School at Western University Canada. He specializes in how to think strategically and drive agile decision-making.
Ra’ad Siraj is Director of Strategic Project Management at the MIT Investment Management Company, which manages the endowment for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is the former Head of Data Solutions at State Street Global Exchange.
Greg Smith is a Cutter Consortium Fellow, Partner of Arthur D. Little, and co-founder of ADL’s Digital Problem Solving practice. Mr. Smith’s work specializes in applying disruptive information technologies to solve intractable business problems in major enterprises.
Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant, Professor Erin E. Sullivan is associate professor at Suffolk University's Sawyer School of Business and faculty member at Harvard Medical School. Her research and teaching interests focus on building leaders, teams, and culture in healthcare.