I’m an Assistant Professor in the Management and Organization department at the University of Washington.
I study how people in organizations use data to make decisions about strategy and innovation. In my recent work, I develop and test new theories to explain when data-driven decision-making helps or hinders new product innovation. To learn more, click the link to my research page.
I got my PhD at Harvard. Before that, I studied Economics at BYU, served a 2-year mission in Taiwan for my church, conducted economic research on environmental health issues, managed at a nonprofit, and did a stint as data analyst at Amazon. I live in Newcastle, WA with my wife and 4 children.