Information Systems Department
Professor Gerald C. (Jerry) Kane's research interests involve how organizations develop strategy, culture, and talent in response to changes in the competitive landscape wrought by digital technology, such as social media, mobile devices, Internet-of-Things, analytics, and emerging technologies (i.e. virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence). His published research has appeared or is forthcoming in such academic journals as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Management Science, Organization Science, Marketing Science, Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, MIT-Sloan Management Review, and Harvard Business Review, among others. Dr. Kane has received grants from the National Science Foundation (CAREER) and from the U.S. Army for his research on social media. He is currently on the editorial boards of MISQ and MISQ Executive. Professor Kane is also currently serving as the Guest Editor for Digital Business at MIT-Sloan Management Review, where he researches and writes regularly on how digital technologies are changing organizations and business strategy.