Michael Toffel joined the Harvard
Business School faculty in 2006 and currently teaches the first
year course in Technology and Operations Management. His
research focuses on companies' environmental, safety, and
quality programs. Specifically, his work examines whether these
programs—initiated by industry associations, government
regulators, and non-governmental organizations—legitimately
distinguish adopters as having superior environmental, safety,
or quality performance, and whether these programs lead to
improvements in these areas.
Michael Lenox is Associate
Professor of Business at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke
University. He received his Ph.D. in Technology Management and
Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his
B.S. and M.Sc. in Systems Engineering from the University of
Virginia. Professor Lenox explores the sourcing of extramural
knowledge and its impact on firm innovation. He also explores
the prospects for industry self-regulation -- both the
incentives firms have to self-regulate and the private
institutions created by firms to facilitate self-regulation.
Andrew A. King
is an Associate Professor at the Tuck School of
Business at Dartmouth College. He is a leading authority on
industry self-regulation. He is currently a Marvin Bower Fellow
at the Harvard Business School. He has acted as a
consultant to the World Bank, the US Environmental Protection
Agency, and the World Resources Institute. Dr. King also worked
as an engineer for Arthur D. Little and Honeywell Inc. He
is one of the founders of MapMundi.
Chris Hughes is a project manager and software engineer
at MapMundi. He specializes in Java web
technologies, and GUI design. Prior to joining Mapmundi, Chris
worked for Creare Inc (Hanover, NH) as a application programmer
and as a web developer and 3D animator at Method Snowboard Media
(Innsbruck, Austria). During the winter months, Chris moonlights
as a ski racing coach.
Evan Tice is a project manager and software engineer at Mapmundi.
He had his hand in almost everything on the system and it could
not have been done without him. In his
spare time, Evan has helped Dartmouth’s Biology and Computer
Science programs to build software to study asynchronous mitoses
in multinucleated cells. He worked previously as a technical
consultant for Peters and Associates, Architects.
Loren Sands-Ramshaw is the newest member of the Mapmundi
team. A computer science major at Dartmouth, Loren is currently
the lead programmer dealing with graph/map data integration.
He has also been instrumental in creating the interface between
the survey system and the map.
Jason Reeves is the head designer for game development (www.classgames.net),
graphing, and the document management systems. Before joining
MapMundi, he spent three years as an assistant system
administrator for the Center of Evaluative Clinical Sciences (CECS)
in the Dartmouth Medical School.