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John Seely Brown
Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation

John Seely Brown is a visiting scholar and advisor to the Provost at University of Southern California (USC) and the Independent Co-Chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge.

Prior to that he was the Chief Scientist of Xerox Corporation and the director of its Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) - a position he held for nearly two decades. While head of PARC, Brown expanded the role of corporate research to include such topics as organizational learning, knowledge management, complex adaptive systems, and nano/mems technologies. He was a cofounder of the Institute for Research on Learning (IRL). His personal research interests include the management of radical innovation, digital youth culture, digital media, and new forms of communication and learning.

John, or as he is often called, JSB, is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Education, a Fellow of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence and of AAAS, and a Trustee of the MacArthur Foundation. He serves on numerous public boards (Amazon, Corning, and Varian Medical Systems) and private boards of directors.

He has published over 100 papers in scientific journals and was awarded the Harvard Business Review's 1991 McKinsey Award for his article, "Research that Reinvents the Corporation" and again in 2002 for his article "Your Next IT Strategy."

In 2004 he was inducted into the Industry Hall of Fame.

With Paul Duguid he co-authored the acclaimed book The Social Life of Information (HBS Press, 2000) that has been translated into nine languages with a second addition in April 2002. With John Hagel he co-authored the book The Only Sustainable Edge, which is about new forms of collaborative innovation. And in 2010, he authored The Power of Pull: How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion with co-author Lang Davison.

JSB received a BA from Brown University in 1962 in mathematics and physics and a PhD from University of Michigan in 1970 in computer and communication sciences. He has received five honorary degrees including:  May 2000, Brown University awarded him an honorary Doctor of Science Degree; July 2001, the London Business School conferred an Honorary Doctor of Science in Economics; May 2004, Claremont Graduate University granted him an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters; May 2005, University of Michigan awarded him an Honorary Doctor of Science Degree; and May 2009, North Carolina State University awarded him an Honorary Doctor of Science Degree.

Related Links: http://www.johnseelybrown.com/   

Last Updated: Fri, Apr 16, 2010

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Category Title Author/Speaker Organization Length Date
Video Material Science Start-ups in the Modern Age John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 01:31 04/2010
Video Shaping Serendipity John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 02:20 04/2010
Video Exposing More "Surfaces" John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 03:41 04/2010
Video Pulling the Core to the Edge John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 03:44 04/2010
Video Building Scale Without Mass John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 04:54 04/2010
Video The Knowledge Economy of World of Warcraft John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 04:59 04/2010
Video The Old Institutions are Broken John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 05:50 04/2010
Video The Business School of Extreme Aerial Surfing John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 06:02 04/2010
Video Collaborative Innovation and a Pull Economy (Entire Talk) John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 55:26 04/2010
Podcast Collaborative Innovation and a Pull Economy John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation 55:59 04/2010