Professor of Information Systems
Carroll School of Management, Boston College
140 Commonwealth Ave, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Guest Editor, Digital Business
MIT-Sloan Management Review
Recent Blog Posts: (MIT-SMR)
Google Scholar Profile
TEDx Talk - Social Media: You haven't seen anything yet.
SocialMedia.org Talk - S.M. as Complex Adaptive System
• Using collaborative technologies (e.g. Social Media) for knowledge creation and sharing
• Strategic use of information technology (particularly social media) to create business value in firms.
• Managing knowledge for organizational advantage, particularly healthcare organizations.
• Role of information systems in social networks.
A Little Bit About Me...
Gerald C. (Jerry) Kane is a Professor of Information Systems at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management, and he is currently serving as the Guest Editor for Digital Business at MIT Sloan Management Review. His research interests center around exploring the role of digital technologies in business strategy, organizational culture, and talent development. Dr. Kane has received grants from the National Science Foundation (CAREER) and from the US Army for his research on social media. He has twice been nominated by Boston College as the US Professor of the Year. His published research has appeared in such academic journals as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Organization Science, Management Science, Marketing Science, Harvard Business Review, and MIT-Sloan Management Review, among others. Dr. Kane received his Ph.D. from the Goizueta Business School of Emory University and his M.B.A. in Computer Information Systems from Georgia State University.