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Abetti, Pier A.
Albright, Bob (Hartford)
Begley, Thomas
Chari, Murali
Clark, Brian
Demertzoglou, Pindaro
Durgee, Jeffrey F.
Francis, Bill B.
Francis, Sonja
Gingerella, Louis (Hartford)
Goldenberg, David H.
Golden, Timothy
Gupta, Aparna
Ha, Chang
Hasan, Iftekhar
Huang, Dongling
Jiao, Yawen
Kumar, Shyam
Kuruzovich, Jason
Lu, Yingda
Maleyeff, John (Hartford)
Markovitch, Dmitri
McDermott, Christopher M.
McDermott, Margaret (Peggy)
Nam, Seunghan
Nevo, Dorit
O'Brien, Jonathan P.
O'Connor, Gina C.
Paulson, Albert S.
Peters, Lael (Hartford)
Peters, Lois S.
Peteros, Randall (Hartford)
Rainey, David (Hartford)
Ravichandran, T. (Ravi)
Sanderson, Susan W.
Stodder, James (Hartford)
Teall, John
Tracy, William
Triscari, Thomas Jr.
Wright, Frank X.
Wu, Qiang
Yayla-Kullu, Hesna Muge
Ye, Pengfei
Zhang, Yinghong
Zhao, Hao
Gina C. O'Connor

Gina C. O'Connor

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor

oconng@rpi.edu
518-276-6842

Areas

  • Management Processes for Breakthrough Innovation
  • New Market Creation
  • Opportunity Identification for Novel Technologies

Areas of Instruction

  • Commercialization of Advanced Technology
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • Marketing Management
  • New Product Development

Education

  • Ph.D., Marketing and Corporate Strategy, New York University
  • M.S., Marketing, New York University
  • M.B.A, St. Louis University
  • B.A., Psychology, St. Louis University

Research and Publications

Professor O’Connor has published more than thirty journal papers, twenty-five conference papers, and more than 10 books and book chapters. She has been named one of the top twenty five scholars in the field of innovation in a study recently published in the Journal of Product Innovation Management. Her most recent book, Grabbing Lightning: Building a Capability for Breatkthough Innovation (Jossey Bass, 2008) describes a research program she has led for five years that focuses on how firms can develop management systems for innovation, leading to Innovation as a business function in companies.

View selected abstracts of Prof. O’Connor’s published papers:

Hosted Conferences

View Prof. O’Connor’s CV

Prof. O’Connor’s Grabbing Lightning Blog

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