BS, Cornell University, 1982; ME, Cornell University, 1983; MBA, Cornell University, 1984; PhD, Stanford University, 2000. At Tuck since 2000.
Areas of Expertise
Business policy and strategy, technology management
Current Research Topics
Corporate entrepreneurship, technological change, organizational evolution and change, and intraorganizational decision making.
Doctoral Program Merit Scholar, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 1990-91; National Consortium for Educational Access Fellow, 1991-94; Unsung Hero Award for outstanding non-core teaching, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 1997-98.
Professor Taylor's work has been published in journals including Administrative Science Quarterly and Virginia Accountant Quarterly, and in the book Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation (Irwin, 1993).
Prior to joining the faculty at Tuck, Professor Taylor was a lecturer at the School of Engineering at Stanford University and a visiting assistant professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Prior to his academic career, Professor Taylor was an industrial engineer at Eastman Kodak Company and a senior manager in the Management Consulting Department at KPMG Peat Marwick.