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Ke Cao, PhD

Assistant Professor, Strategic Management Area

Lazaridis School of Business & Economics

Wilfrid Laurier University


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 Register today! All are welcome.





Leveraging Team Diversity: New Frameworks & Research

Friday, June 3, 2022

10:30-11:30 am Pacific Time



Diverse teams are more innovative. But teams are complex systems made of people, machines, and tasks, and managing diverse teams takes skill and knowledge. Please join this discussion about diversity and inclusion in team research.


Speaker: Kyle Lewis

Department Chair and Professor, Technology Management, UC Santa Barbara

Lewis’ research on team performance and innovation is published in premier scholarly journals and has received international recognition. She teaches courses in leading people, managing diverse teams, and collaborative innovation. Lewis also has experience in technology ventures as a software engineer, product manager, and technology strategy consultant.

Lewis received her early training at Duke University, where she earned degrees in both Computer Science and Mathematics. Later she attended Carnegie-Mellon University, where she completed her M.S. in Industrial Administration, followed by her Ph.D. in Management from the University of Maryland.

We welcome participants from all organizations to join this conversation. 



This forum is organized by the UC Davis

Office of Research Strategic Initiatives Team.



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