|September 2015 - Present||Faculty Member, New York University|
|Present||Faculty Member, Bank of Canada|
Course Development Materials (8)
If We Ran The World HBS Case (711-490) and Teaching Note (712-413) (2011)
Cindy Gallop launched IfWeRanTheWorld (IWRTW) in February 2010, as what the tech world called minimum viable product, in order to real-world test Gallop's "business of the future" concept while development was ongoing. IWRTW was conceived ...
One Game to Rule Them All: Lord of the Rings Online and the MMO Market HBS Case (711- 529) and Teaching Note (712-435) (2011)
Turbine Inc. is releasing a massively multiplayer online (MMO) game, The Lord of the Rings Online, based on the popular film trilogy. The firm's CEO needs to consider market conditions and game characteristics to build ...
Chances Are? Course Selection at HBS and at Kellogg HBS Case (711-449) and Teaching Note (711-449) (2010)
The case describes two alternative elective course assignment procedures: Harvard Business School's lottery-based system and Kellogg Graduate School of Management's bidding-based system. The case has been designed to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each ...
Responding to the Wii? HBS Case (709-448) and Teaching Note (709-481) (2009)
After years of gaming console industry leadership, how should Sony respond to the overwhelming success of competitor Nintendo's user-friendly Wii over Sony's high-tech PlayStation 3? It was August 2008 and Kazuo Hirai, chief executive of ...