Andrew M. Heller Professor at the Wharton School; Department Chair and Professor of Operations, Information, and Decisions; Professor of Health Policy, Perelman School of Medicine; Co-Director, Mack Institute of Innovation Management
Analyzing operational performance, innovation management, R&D management
Christian Terwiesch is the department chair and a professor in Wharton’s Operations, Information and Decisions department and co-director of Penn’s Mack Institute for Innovation Management. He also holds a faculty appointment in Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine. He has written multiple books and published extensively in many of the leading academic journals ranging from Management Science to The New England Journal of Medicine. He is an award winning teacher with extensive experience in MBA teaching, online courses, and executive education. In addition to his teaching and his research, Professor Terwiesch is host of “Work of Tomorrow”, a national radio show on Sirius XM 132. He holds a doctoral degree from INSEAD and a Diploma from the University of Mannheim.
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