Authors

Danna Greenberg is an Associate Professor of Management at Babson College where she holds the Mandell Family Term Chair. She teaches organizational behavior and negotiation courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive level.

Professor Greenberg’s research focuses on the intersection between organizations, family, and community. Her current research focuses on individual and organizational change as it pertains to work-life management. She is also engaged with research on the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). The results from her research have been published in over 30 articles and book chapters with manuscripts appearing in journals such as Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Journal of Management, and Journal of Applied Behavioral Science.

Professor Greenberg serves on the editorial board for the Academy of Management Learning and Education and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. She is also actively involved in the community with issues pertaining to work-life and raising healthy children.

Kate McKone-Sweet is Associate Professor of Operations management and the Chair of the Technology, Operations, and Information Management Division at Babson College. She teaches operations management and supply chain management courses to both undergraduate and graduate students at Babson.

Professor McKone-Sweet’s current research focuses on supply-chain management. The results from her research have been published in numerous academic books and journals, including the Journal of Operations Management, Production Operations Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, and Supply Chain Management Review. She has also published numerous operations management cases and management education papers. She has a strong interest in teaching materials that consider social, environmental and economic value creation as well as hands-on simulations and exercises that engage students in the learning process.

Professor McKone-Sweet is an active member of her community and has served as a board member or consultant for numerous non-profits.

H. James Wilson is senior researcher and senior writer at Babson Executive Education. His research appears regularly on Harvard Business Review Online and focuses on knowledge worker performance, strategy, and innovation. In the past year, he has led research projects on such topics as business model innovation, social media strategy, leadership in uncertain times, and how global firms focus their collaboration strategies. Prior to joining Babson, he led thought leadership and research initiatives at Bain and Company and at Accenture’s Institute for High Performance Business.

Wilson has authored articles for the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, and numerous other business publications. He is co-author of What’s the Big Idea? Creating and Capitalizing on the Best New Management Thinking (Harvard Business Review Press, 2003), which Fortune magazine described as one of the best business books of the season. He has also edited and contributed to more than 10 other leadership and management books.