Shawn M. Clark

Ph.D., Business Administration, Penn State
Master of Organizational Behavior, Brigham Young University
B.S., Brigham Young University

Dr. Shawn Clark is director of the Farrell Center for Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and clinical professor of innovation, and entrepreneurship in the Smeal College of Business. He teaches courses in corporate innovation, entrepreneurship, business planning, strategic management, enterprise modeling, project management, and business transformation consulting. His current research focuses on business architecture modeling, corporate innovation, global prescience, enterprise transparency, and the strategic alignment of business and information technology.

John Jordan

Ph.D., American Studies, University of Michigan
M.A., American Studies, University of Michigan
M.A.R., Ethics, Yale University
AB, Political Science and History, Duke University

Dr. John Jordan has been working at the intersection of technology and management for more than 20 years. At the Ernst & Young Center for Business Innovation, he directed internet research for the Wired for Profit multi-client program, then moved to the staff of the Chief Technology Officer before returning to academia. He has won teaching awards at Michigan, Harvard, and Penn State, and is the author of five books. The most recent, Robots (in the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series) has been translated into six languages. His next book, on 3D printing (MIT Press), will be published in 2019.

Rashmi Sharma

Ph.D., Supply Chain and Information Systems, Penn State
MBA, Supply Chain Management, Penn State
Master of Computer Applications, Indira Gandhi National Open University
B.S., Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Applications, University of Rajasthan

Dr. Rashmi Sharma, assistant clinical professor of supply chain and information systems and managing director of the Laboratory for Economics, Management, and Auctions, will teach Predictive Analytics (BAN 840). Before coming to Penn State, she worked in the software industry and managed the development of business intelligence solutions for manufacturing. She has teaching and research interests in the areas of supply chain management, management science, business analytics, incentive design, and workforce management.