I study innovation strategy in incumbent organizations — specifically, how their interactions with the wider innovation ecosystem can uncover new sources of value. I utilize both computational simulations and qualitative archival methods in my work.
I previously worked in defence research, leading projects on elite combat performance. I also led a non-profit organization raising entrepreneurial intention in Singapore. I have degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and Stanford University.
My dissertation explores how an incumbent in a cultural market was constrained by audience heterogeneity and market structure in its attempts to learn.
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