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Ted Ladd

  • Education

    PhD, Management, Case Western Reserve University
    MBA, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
    MA, Economics, Johns Hopkins University
    BA, Cornell University

Ted Ladd

Ted is a Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the Hult International Business School and an Instructor at Harvard Division of Continuing Education. He has won 15 teaching awards in the past nine years. His most recent start-up was purchased by Google for its smartwatch software.

He was the former Dean of the San Francisco campus, former founding Dean of Research, and former founding Academic Director of the Doctorate of Business Administration at Hult. Ted has also taught at Stanford University and the Copenhagen Business School. He holds a PhD in Management from Case, and MBA from Wharton, an MA in Economics from Johns Hopkins, a BA triple major from Cornell, and a farrier’s certificate from the Oklahoma School of Horseshoeing. His latest book, Innovating with Impact, was published by the Economist.

Ted, his wife, Laura, and their dog, The Project live in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Programs Ted Teaches

Leveraging Multi-sided Platforms with AI for Business Leaders