John M. Jordan

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Introduction John Jordan is a clinical professor in the Department of Supply Chain & Information Systems at Penn State, where he teaches IT strategy and supply chain innovation in the master's and undergraduate business programs. Formerly a principal with Ernst & Young/Capgemini, he directed research at the Center for Business Innovation and the Americas Office of the CTO. His consulting experience extends across industries and geography, with engagements on four continents. John holds a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan as well as a master’s from Yale University, and graduated from Duke University. Prior to entering consulting, he won teaching awards at the University of Michigan and Harvard University; in 2011, 2012, and 2013 he was honored among the best 2nd-year MBA professors at Penn State's business school. His new book on robotics was published by MIT Press. In 2012 he published Information, Technology, and Innovation with John Wiley. In 2010 he published books on global business model innovation, and on human-centric information fusion.