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The Innovator's Path: How Individuals, Teams, and Organizations Can Make Innovation Business-as-Usual by Madge M. Meyer

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Appendix II

Biographies of Individuals Interviewed for This Book

Tenley E. Albright, MD

Director, MIT Collaborative Initiatives
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. Albright is the director of MIT Collaborative Initiatives, which promotes a systems-based approach to solving deep-rooted societal issues by engaging experts from a broad range of disciplines both within and outside the scope of a problem.
She is a faculty member and lecturer in general surgery at Harvard Medical School, is currently on the Board of Research!America and the Bloomberg Family Foundation, and is a consultant to, and formerly chairwoman of the Board of Regents of the National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Albright also serves on the National Council of Advisors of the Center of the Study of the Presidency and Congress. She was formerly a director of West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc., State Street Bank and Trust Company, and the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research. She has also served as delegate to the World Health Assembly for four years and has been inducted into the Military Health System Honor Society. Dr. Albright is the recipient of the 2011 White House Fellows Valenti Award.
Dr. Albright graduated from Harvard Medical School after attending Radcliffe College and has received eight honorary degrees. Earlier, she was a gold medal–winning Olympic figure skater.

Deborah Ancona

Seley Distinguished Professor of Management
Professor of Organization Studies ...

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