An expert on managing innovation and technology in large, complex organizations and rethinking the organizations to support innovation, Deborah Dougherty has served on the faculty of Rutgers University for 20 years. Prior to that, she taught organization behavior, managing innovation, marketing strategy, and strategy at the Wharton School and McGill University. Her current work focuses on innovation in bio-pharmaceuticals and reformulating established innovation management understandings to encompass this science-based innovation process. She served as chair of the Technology and Innovation Management Division at the Academy of Management, was a senior editor for Organization Science, and has served on five other journal editorial boards. Deborah has published 50 articles and 12 essays in journals and book chapters on innovation and its management. She earned her Ph.D. in Management from MIT.