Dartmouth Engineer wins Thinkers50 Award

Professor Geoffrey Parker, director of Dartmouth’s Master of Engineering Management program, won the Thinkers50 Digital Thinking Award presented in partnership with Accenture, along with his research partner Marshall Van Alstyne of Boston University. The pair were nominated for their analysis of the concept of the inverted firm, which shows how value is increasingly created outside rather than inside the firm.

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