Entrepreneurs-in-Residence

Robert Krim, PhD

Robert is currently teaching Organizational Behavior at the undergraduate level and Management and Behavior Principles, Business in Society, and Creating Effective Organizations - Leadership at Clark University's Graduate School of Management. He received his PhD and MBA from Boston College, as well an M.A. in Economics from Goddard College Graduate Program. Robert has served as a Visiting Assistant Professor at G.S.O.M. since the fall of 2010. In 1997, Robert founded the Boston History & Innovation Collaborative, Inc. and developed a project studying the five drivers of innovation and "the bump and connect" concept. His work has been published in Advances in Qualitative Research, Women in Management Review, and The Public Historian.