Enrique Dans is a professor of Information Systems at IE Business School in Madrid (Spain). He graduated with a B.Sc. from Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, then got his MBA at Instituto de Empresa (Madrid, Spain), his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the Anderson School at UCLA, and conducted postdoctoral studies at Harvard Business School. His research interests are related to the impact of disruption and technology at three levels of analysis: individuals, organizations and the society as a whole. He’s been teaching and consulting in the technology field since 1990.
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