> Lori Rosenkopf, PhD Simon and Midge Palley Professor; Professor of Management; Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship, The Wharton School About Lori Lori Rosenkopf is the Simon and Midge Palley Professor, professor of management, and vice dean of entrepreneurship at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She earned her PhD in Management of Organizations from Columbia University after working as a systems engineer for Eastman Kodak and AT&T Bell Laboratories. Prior to that, Lori earned her BS in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from Cornell University and her MS in Operations Research from Stanford University. Since joining the faculty in 1993, Lori has taught courses for undergraduates, MBAs, and doctoral students, as well as for executive education and online participants. She received the Hauck Award for distinguished teaching in the undergraduate program. Lori served two terms as the vice dean and director of the Wharton Undergraduate Division from 2013–2019, where her accomplishments included introducing the new Wharton undergraduate curriculum, elevating alternative curricular and career pathways, and growing diversity and inclusion initiatives. Lori’s research examines technological communities and social networks across several high-tech industries. She analyzes how and when knowledge may flow between technical professionals and between firms, mapping these flows in order to estimate when people, firms, and technologies are likely to learn, move, and succeed. Her research has been published in leading journals including Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Management Science, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal. Lori has also served as a senior editor for the journal Organization Science and as a consultant for the National Academy of Sciences. She has been elected a member of the Macro-Organizational Behavior Society and also to a term as the chairperson of the Technology and Innovation Management Division of the Academy of Management. Read full faculty bio on Wharton websiteExecutive Education Programs TaughtChief Technology Officer ProgramAcademic DirectorThis immersive, nine-month experience teaches Chief Technology Officers and other senior-level IT leaders how to become more strategic partners with other operating units within their organization and determine efficient ways to scale their company’s technology infrastructure. The rigorous curriculum includes interactive online sessions and on-campus electives and offers a path to alumni status for qualified individuals. Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program: Scaling Your BusinessThis three-month online certificate program provides entrepreneurs with a proven toolkit that goes beyond the idea. Leveraging Wharton’s strength in data-driven outcomes, learn proven techniques for scaling your business including how to build a team, choose the right legal structure, generate demand, and finance growth. Leading Digital TransformationShift your mindset from traditional thinking on product- or service-based value creation and competition to a platform and ecosystem perspective, and understand the new set of strategic choices and tradeoffs they represent. Management Development Program: Develop Your Managerial MindsetAcademic DirectorReach your potential as a manager through this six-month program that blends hard and soft skills into one holistic learning experience, culminating with a live three-day on-campus experience. Women on Boards: Building Exceptional LeadersExplore how to navigate the politics and culture of the boardroom and discover how to make your voice heard in this program that will give you a strong foundation for serving in your first director role.