Steering Committee Member, CRSE
Terri Griffith helps organizations analyze their people and technology resources to accelerate performance and prepare for the futures of work. Through her speaking, writing, teaching, and research, Terri brings energy and evidence-based leadership and innovation to organizations spanning high tech, education, and global agribusiness. She inspires and coaches groups on how to negotiate change and uniquely mix existing and new capabilities.
Terri practices what she preaches as an Associate Dean and Professor of Management in Santa Clara University’s business school. Through her blog, Technology and Organizations, and freelance work (Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review Blog, Women 2.0, MIT’s Sloan Management Review), she has the opportunity to follow organizational trends and the leaders who bring them to life. Her academic work is published in top journals such as: Organization Science, Information Systems Research, MIS Quarterly, IEEE – Transactions on Engineering Management, and the Academy of Management Review. Some of this research has been funded by the National Science Foundation. She is a senior editor for Organization Science, an editorial board member of IEEE – Transactions on Engineering Management and Group Decision and Negotiation, as well as a past associate editor for MIS Quarterly. Her undergraduate degree is from UC Berkeley; her master’s and doctorate are from Carnegie Mellon.