MIT Sloan

Executive Education Faculty

Fiona Murray

Associate Dean for Innovation;
Alvin J. Siteman (1948) Professor of Entrepreneurship;
Associate Professor of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management;
Faculty Director, Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship

Professor Fiona Murray is the Associate Dean of Innovation at the MIT Sloan School of Management, Alvin J. Siteman (1948) Professor of Entrepreneurship and the Faculty Director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship. She is the Co-Director of MIT’s Initiative for Innovation. She is also an associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research... Read More»


Technological Innovation
and Strategic Management

Research Center(s):
Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship

General Expertise:
Biotechnology; Biopharmaceutical; Energy; Pharmaceutical; Institutional partnerships; Knowledge management; Intellectual property; Management of engineers and scientists; Social networks; $100K Entrepreneurship competition; Entrepreneurship / New ventures; Innovation; Lead users; Patents; Research and development; Startups; Technological innovation; Drug models; Emerging businesses; Healthcare operations management; Human resource management; Management of technology; Medical decision making

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Contact Information:

Office: E62-470

Tel: 617-258-0628

Fax: 617.253.2660


Support Staff:

Name: Keira Horowitz

Tel: 617-253-3681


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Greater Boston 2014 outlook: Entrepreneurial opportunity in the global innovation economy

Date Added: January 07, 2014

At least five key stakeholder groups matter in such an entrepreneurial ecosystem a model we refer to as the pentacle, consisting of: entrepreneurs,... more

REAP: A global program that addresses the intricacies of entrepreneurship

Date Added: January 06, 2014

What makes regions more or less successful when it comes to entrepreneurship? What about Kendall Square has made the area such a powerful... more

Spurring Innovation Through Competitions

Date Added: November 19, 2013

Rather than seeking in-house solutions to problems, companies are increasingly turning to contests to generate many diverse ideas.

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