Associate professor at Queen’s School of Business and co-author of Project Leadership: Creating Value with an Adaptive Project Organization, Kathryn’s leading edge work combines practice with theory to explore ways organizations can effectively execute strategy with a specific focus on the impact of technology and service innovation. She has been published in premier journals including the Decision Sciences, Harvard Business Review, MIS Quarterly Executive, and Communications of the ACM. Most recently, Dr. Brohman received a grant to conduct breakthrough research in elastic services (organizational capabilities to optimize resources in the cloud). Dr. Brohman entered academia after working with Sun Microsystems of Canada and is an expert in large IT project implementations, agile development and customer (patient) centricity. Kathryn’s thought-leadership is influenced by collaboration with a number of leading organizations including Molson Coors, Bell Canada, 3M, Kingston General Hospital, Bank of Montreal, Delta Airlines, TripIt.com, Access Copyright, and Community Care Access Centre (CCAC).
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