DR. GERALD KANE
Dr. Gerald Kane is the C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry Chair in Business Administration in the Management Information Systems Department at the University of Georgia and a senior editor of MIS Quarterly. He is Co-author of The Technology Fallacy: How People Are the Real Key To Digital Transformation and The Transformation Myth: Leading Your Organization Through Uncertain Times. His 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 in such academic journals as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Organization Science, Management Science, Marketing Science, Journal of Management Infomration Systems, Journal of Business Ethics, Harvard Business Review, and MIT-Sloan Management Review, among others. Prof. Kane has surveyed over 20,000 executives globally and interviewed over 100 digital leaders. He uses this rich data to speak to companies and conferences worldwide. He has worked with companies such as Deloitte, Walmart, MetLife, AppDirect, John Deere, Skillsoft, Caterpillar, Liberty Mutual, Partners Healthcare, among others to help executive teams understand and respond to digital disruption.