Michael Schrage is a Research Fellow at the Center for Digital Business at MIT Sloan School of Management and a Visiting Fellow at London's Imperial College in its Innovation and Entrepreneurship program. A sought-after consultant on business innovation, he is the author of Serious Play: How the World’s Best Companies Simulate to Innovate and What Do You Want Your Customers to Become? His latest book is The Innovator's Hypothesis.
At MIT, Schrage examines the various roles of models, prototypes, and simulations as collaborative media for innovation risk management. He has served as an adviser on innovation issues and investments to major firms, including Mars, Procter & Gamble, Google, Intel, BT, Siemens, NASDAQ, IBM, and Alcoa.
Schrage has been a contributor to the Harvard Business Review, the Financial Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, CIO magazine and a variety of other publications on innovation, cyber-security and national security themes. He serves on advisory committees for the Sloan Management Review, MIT's Lincoln Labs and KPMG's Audit Committee Institute.
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