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Michael Cusumano

Professor & author specializing in product development, strategy & entrepreneurship

Michael Cusumano Biography

The Sloan Management Review Distinguished Professor at MIT Sloan School of Management, Michael Cusamano is a widely cited scholar in both the IT and business strategy fields, and specializes in product development, strategy and entrepreneurship in the consumer electronics, automobile and computer software industries.

  • Has consulted for a number of large enterprises, including Alcatel, AOL, Motorola, Nokia and IBM
  • Currently on the advisory board for Fixstars Corp
  • Has published a number of books around management, business and IT, including the bestselling, 'Microsoft Secrets' with Rochard Selby (1995); this has been translated into over 10 languages worldwide
  • Fluent in English, French and Japanese for events

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Strategic Management

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The Software Business

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Innovation & Entrepreneurship

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