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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIABerkeleyAugust 2013Lee FlemingBlum Hall East 330BFung Institute for Engineering LeadershipUniversity of California, BerkeleyBerkeley, CA 94720-5580(510) 664-4586EDUCATION1998Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, Department of Industrial Engineering, StanfordUniversityDissertation: “Explaining the Source and Tempo of Invention: RecombinantLearning and Exhaustion in Technological Evolution”Committee: Stephen Barley (chair), William Barnett, Michael Hannan, andJames March1996M.S., Statistics, Stanford University1992M.S., Engineering Management (part-time honors cooperative sponsored byHewlett Packard), Stanford University1985B. S., Electrical Engineering, University of California, DavisAPPOINTMENTS7/1/11-Director of Coleman Fung Institute of Engineering Leadership;Coleman Fung Chair of Engineering Leadership, Industrial Engineeringand Operations Research, UC Berkeley College of Engineering; Courtesyappointment, Haas School of Business7/1/08–6/30/11Albert J. Weatherhead III Professor of Business Administration,Technology and Operations Management Unit, Harvard Business School7/1/05–6/30/08Associate Professor, Technology and Operations Management Unit,Harvard Business School7/1/03–6/30/05Lumry Family Associate Professor of Business Administration,Technology and Operations Management Unit, Harvard Business SchoolL. Fleming8/13/20131

7/1/98–6/30/03Assistant Professor, Technology and Operations Management Unit,Harvard Business SchoolAssignments at University of California, Berkeley2012-2013Director, Fung Institute for Engineering LeadershipCo-Chair, Executive Steering Committee, Fung InstituteMember, Standing Committee on Engineering Ethics and Social ResponsibilityEngineering Leadership (Eng 272)Corporate Strategy and Technology (PHDBA279C)Haas Innovation Seminar (C279)Data, Society and Inference SeminarCapstone Teams: Dow Chemical, MeoGraph, Linked DataExecutive Education, UC Berkeley College of EngineeringMember, Hiring Committee, Industrial Engineering and Operations ResearchChair, Hiring Committee, IEOR/Haas Joint AppointmentDissertation exam and advising committees: Sun Zhen, Yujin Kim2011-2012Director, Fung Institute for Engineering LeadershipCo-Chair, Executive Steering Committee, Fung InstituteMember, Standing Committee on Engineering Ethics and Social ResponsibilityEngineering Leadership (Eng 271 and 272)Capstone IntegrationHaas Innovation Seminar (C279)Capstone Teams: Blue Goji, Dr. Chi, LiON Batteries, Alien SandalExecutive Education, UC Berkeley College of EngineeringMember, Dissertation Committee: K. Younge (CU Boulder); A. Doshi (Harvard);T. Ke (Berkeley), Y. Liu (Berkeley)Assignments at Harvard University2010-2011Building Green Businesses (Business 6611)Inventing Breakthroughs and Commercializing Science (Business 2107)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Economics of Science and Engineering (Government 2880)Theory and Practice of Research (Business 4004)Custom Program, Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation (Exec Ed)Member, Harvard University Science and Engineering CommitteeMember, Harvard Academic Computing CommitteeProgram Chair, Doctorate of Business Administration ProgramMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions CommitteeMember, Steering Committee, Institute for Quant Research in the Social SciencesMember, Field Exam Committee: E. Lin, S. Chai, A. DoshiMember, Dissertation Committee: S. Chai, S. Arts (K.U. Leuven)Visiting Scholar, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, COL. Fleming8/13/20132

2009-2010Entrepreneurship (Required curriculum)Building Green Businesses (Business 6611)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Economics and Business of Science (Government 2880)Theory and Practice of Research (Business 4004)Networks and Innovation, CEEL Summer School Program in Economics, TrentoMember, Appointments Committees (2)Member, Harvard University Science and Engineering CommitteeProgram Chair, Doctorate of Business Administration ProgramMember, Science and Technology Management Ph.D. CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions CommitteeMember, Steering Committee, Institute for Quant Research in the Social SciencesMember, Dissertation Committee: A. Oord (U. Antwerp), P. Choudhury (Whartonplacement), C. Liu (Rotman placement)Member, Field Exam Committee: E. Bernstein2008-2009Inventing Breakthroughs and Commercializing Science (Business 2107)Building Green Businesses (Business 6611)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Economics and Business of Science (Government 2880)Strategies for Protecting and Monetizing IP (Executive Education)DBA Work in Progress Seminar (Doctoral Program)Member, Harvard University Science and Engineering CommitteeMember, Search Committee, Dean of School of Applied Sciences and EngrProgram Chair, Doctorate of Business Administration ProgramProgram Head, Technology and Operations Management Doctoral ProgramMember, Science and Technology Management Ph.D. CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions CommitteeMember, Steering Committee, Institute for Quant Research in the Social SciencesMember, Dissertation Committee: S. Mingo (Univ. of Miami placement)Chair, Dissertation Committee: M. Marx (MIT Sloan placement)2007-2008Inventing Breakthroughs and Commercializing Science (Business 2107)Science-Based Business Models (Elective Curriculum)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Management of Technological Innovation (University Doctoral Course)TOM Unit DBA Seminar (Doctoral Course)Leading Product Development (Executive Education)Leading Science-Based Businesses (Executive Education)Leadership and Strategy in Pharmaceuticals (Executive Education)Member, Search Committee, Dean of School of Applied Sciences and EngrProgram Head, Technology and Operations Management Doctoral ProgramMember, Information and Technology Management Ph.D. CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions CommitteeMember, Dissertation Committee: F. Cavaretta (INSEAD)Member, Field Exam Committee: V. Kuppuswamy, C. Liu, M. Marx, R. FungL. Fleming8/13/20133

Faculty Advisor, MBA Field Studies: Purdue Solar Technologies, MicrobialEnergy, Stereo-Jet, Diagnostics For All, Novel Anti-depressant, InternationalTechnology Acquisition AnalysisMember, Steering Committee, Institute for Quant Research in the Social Sciences2006-2007Commercializing Science and High Technology (Business 2107)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Leading Science-Based Businesses (Executive Education)Leadership and Strategy in Pharmaceuticals (Executive Education)Program Head, Technology and Operations Management Doctoral ProgramMember, Information and Technology Management Ph.D. CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions CommitteeMember, Field Exam Committee for A. AiferMember, Dissertation Committee for X. Zhong (U. of Chicago), T. Langenberg(EPFL Lausanne)Member, Senior Thesis Committee for J. BolianFaculty Advisor, MBA Field Studies: HealthEva2005-2006Commercializing Science and High Technology (Business 2107)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Leading Product Development (Executive Education)Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy (KSG Executive Education)Program Head, Technology and Operations Management Doctoral ProgramMember, Technology and Operations Management Hiring CommitteeMember, Information and Technology Management Ph.D. CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions CommitteeMember, Field Exam Committee for S. MingoMember, Dissertation Committee for J. Kim (Columbia placement)Faculty Advisor, MBA Field Studies: PARC Solar Cell CommercializationFaculty Associate, Institute for Quantitative Research in the Social Sciences2004-2005Commercializing Science and High Technology (Business 2107)Management of Technological Innovation (University Doctoral Course)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Leading Product Development (Executive Education)Program Head, Technology and Operations Management Doctoral ProgramMember, Information and Technology Management Ph.D. CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions CommitteeMember, Field Exam Committee for S. Kesavan2003-2004Managing Innovation (Elective Curriculum)Management of Technological Innovation (University Doctoral Course)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Leading Product Development (Executive Education)Member, Doctoral Policy CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions CommitteeL. Fleming8/13/20134

Member, Field Exam Committees for X. Zhong (U. of Chicago), D. ZinnerFaculty Advisor, MBA Field Studies: European NanoTech2002-2003Managing Product Development (Elective Curriculum)Management of Technological Innovation (University Doctoral Course)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Member, Doctoral Policy CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions CommitteeMember, Field Exam Committees for S. Chauduri, G. Clarkson, and J. Kim2001-2002Technology and Operations Management (Required Curriculum)Management of Technological Innovation (University Doctoral Course)Applied Methods Seminar (Government 3009)Member, Doctoral Policy CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions Committee2000-2001Technology and Operations Management (Required Curriculum)Management of Technological Innovation (University Doctoral Course)Member, Doctoral Policy CommitteeMember, Doctoral Program and Admissions Committee1999-2000Technology and Operations Management (Required Curriculum)Crimson Greetings (Foundations Program, Required Curriculum)1998-1999Technology and Operations Management (Required Curriculum)Quantitative Methods (Foundations Program, Required Curriculum)PUBLICATIONSRefereed ArticlesYounge, K. and T. Tong, L. Fleming “How anticipated employee mobility affects acquisitionlikelihood: Evidence from a natural experiment.” Forthcoming at Strategic Management Journal.Singh, J. and L. Fleming “Lone Inventors as Sources of Technological Breakthroughs: Myth orReality?” Management Science, 56 (2010): 41-56.Marx, M. and D. Strumsky, L. Fleming “Mobility, Skills, and the Michigan Non-competeExperiment,” Management Science, 55 (2009): 875-889 (lead article).Waguespack, D. and L. Fleming “Scanning the Commons: Evidence on the Benefits to StartupsParticipating in Open Standards Development,” Management Science, 55 (2009): 210-223.Fleming, L. and D. Chen, S. Mingo, “Collaborative Brokerage, Generative Creativity, andCreative Success.” Administration Science Quarterly, 52 (2007): 443-475.L. Fleming8/13/20135

Fleming, L. and C. King, A. Juda, “Small Worlds and Regional Innovation.” Organization Science,Vol. 18, No. 2 (2007), pp. 938-954.Fleming, L. and D. Waguespack, “Brokerage, Boundary Spanning, and Leadership in OpenInnovation Communities,” Organization Science, Vol. 18, No. 2 (2007), pp. 165-180 (leadarticle).Sorenson, O. and J. Rivkin, L. Fleming “Informational Complexity and the Flow of KnowledgeAcross Social Boundaries.” In Applied Evolutionary Economics and Economic Geography, ed.K. Frenken. Northhampton, Ma: Edward Elgar, (2007), pgs. 147-160.Fleming, L. and K. Frenken, “The Evolution of Inventor Networks in the Silicon Valley andBoston Regions,” Advances in Complex Systems, Vol. 10, No. 1 (2007) 53-71.Fleming, L. and M. Marx, “Managing Creativity in a Small World,” California ManagementReview 48 (Summer 2006): 6-27 (lead article). (Reprinted in IEEE Engineering ManagementReview 37(4) 90-92.)Sorenson, O. and J. Rivkin, L. Fleming “Complexity, Networks and Knowledge Flow,”Research Policy 35 (2006): 994-1017. (Reprinted in Handbook of Evolutionary EconomicGeography, Edward Elgar, 2010).Fleming, L. and M. Szigety, “Exploring the Tail of Creativity: An Evolutionary Model ofBreakthrough Invention,” Advances in Strategic Management (2006): 335-362.Sorenson, O. and L. Fleming “Science and the Diffusion of Knowledge,” Research Policy 33(2004): 1615-1634.Fleming, L. “Recombinant Uncertainty in Technological Search,” Management Science 47(2001): 117-132.Billington, C. and L. Fleming “Technological Evolution, Standard Interfaces, and New MarketOpportunities,” in POMS Series in Technology and Operations Management, Volume 1, (1998):30-41.Non-refereed ArticlesLi, Guang-Chen and Lee Fleming 2013. Mobility Mapper: Visualizations of Inventor Mobility,1975-2010. Fung Institute Technical Report #2013.06.18.Li, Guang-Chen and Lee Fleming 2013. Clean Energy Patent Mapper: Visualization of sourcesof clean tech inventions. Fung Institute Technical Report #2013.06.17.Committee Member: Interim Report for the Triennial Review of the National NanotechnologyInitiative, Phase II, National Academies Press, 2012.L. Fleming8/13/20136

Nanda, R. and K. Younge, L. Fleming, (forthcoming). “Innovation and Entrepreneurship inClean Energy,” Rethinking Science and Innovation Policy, NBER.Best, J., and S. Neiss, S. Stralser, L. Fleming (2013). “How big will the debt and equityCrowdfunding investment market be? Comparisons, assumptions, and estimates.” ColemanFung Institute of Engineering Leadership Technical Report.G. Giudicati, and L. Fleming (forthcoming). “Recombination of Knowledge.” PalgraveEncyclopedia of Strategic Management, eds. David Teece and Mie Augier.G. Giudicati, and L. Fleming (forthcoming). “NK Models.” Palgrave Encyclopedia of StrategicManagement, eds. David Teece and Mie Augier.Fleming, L., and L. Colfer, A. Marin, and J. McPhie, 2012. “Why the Valley Went First:Aggregation and Knowledge Flow in Regional Collaboration Networks.” In The Emergence ofOrganizations and Markets, eds. W. Powell and J. Padgett, pp. 520-544. Princeton UniversityPress, Princeton, N.J.Marx, M., and L. Fleming, 2012. “Noncompetes: Barriers to Exit and Entry?” National Bureauof Economic Research Innovation Policy and the Economy, 12: 39-64. University of ChicagoPress.Perry, T. and M. Miller, K, Younge, J. Newcomb, L. Fleming 2011. “Clean energy innovation:Sources of technical and commercial breakthroughs.” NREL technical report NREL/TP-6A2050624.Yang. W. and J. Golden, L. Fleming 2010. “Science and Technology Entrepreneurship forGreater Societal Benefit: Ideas for Curricular Innovation.” Advances in the Study ofEntrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth, Volume 21, 167-184.Marx, M., and D. Strumsky, L. Fleming. “To Compete or not to Compete.” Rappaport InstitutePolicy Brief, April, 2009.Fleming, L. “Breakthroughs and the “Long Tail” of Innovation,” Sloan Management Review,Fall 2007, Vol. 49, No. 1, pp. 69-74.Mingo, S. and L. Fleming, “Creativity in New Product Development: An EvolutionaryIntegration,” 2007. In Kluwer Handbook on Product Development, pgs. 113-134, eds. C. Lochand K. Stelios. London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.Brunner, D., and A. MacCormack, D. Zinner, L. Fleming, 2009. “R&D Project Selection andPortfolio Management: A Review of the Past, a Description of the Present, and a Sketch of theFuture.” Pgs. 215-238, Blackwell Handbook of Technology Management, ed. Scott Shane.Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.L. Fleming8/13/20137

Marx, M., and L. Fleming “Managing Innovation in Small Worlds,” Sloan Mngt Review 48(2006): 8-9.Fleming, L. “Perfecting Cross Pollination,” Harvard Business Review 82 (2004): 22-24.Juda, A. and L. Fleming. “A Network of Invention,” Harvard Business Review 82 (2004): 6.Bromiley, P. and L. Fleming. “The Resource-Based View of Strategy: A Behavioral Critique.”In The Economics of Choice, Change, and Organizations: Essays in Memory of Richard M.Cyert, eds. Mie Augier and James G. March. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2002.Sorenson, O. and L. Fleming. “The Dangers of Modularity,” Harvard Business Review 79(2001): 20-21.Fleming, L. “Review of Fundamental Issues in Strategy: A Research Agenda,” eds. Rumelt,Schendel, and Teece, Administration Science Quarterly 41 (1996): 196-198.Cases, Notes, and SupplementsWith T. Perry, “Horizon Wind Energy.” Harvard Business School 5-609701 (2008) Multi-mediacase.“Inventing Breakthroughs and Commercializing Science: An Overview of the Course.” CourseOverview Note for Instructors, Harvard Business School note 5-607-108 (2007) [11].“Key Concepts in a Module on Managing the Invention of Breakthroughs.” Module Note forInstructors, Harvard Business School note 5-607-109 (2007) [24].“Key Concepts in a Module on the Commercialization of Science.” Module Note for Instructors,Harvard Business School note 5-607-110 (2007) [22].“Materials and Logistics for a Multidisciplinary Course.” Module Note for Instructors, HarvardBusiness School note 5-607-111 (2007) [12].“Inventing Breakthroughs and Commercializing Science: Project Note for Students,” HarvardBusiness School note 607-087 (2007) [5].“Commercializing an MRI Breakthrough.” Harvard Business School N9-608-064 (2007) [17].With J. Aptekar, “Commercializing an MRI Breakthrough.” Harvard Business School teachingnote 5-608-078 (2007) [7].With T. Perry and L. Stein, “Engineering a Renaissance: The Launch of the Harvard School ofEngineering and Applied Sciences.” Harvard Business School case N9-608-087 (2007) [19].L. Fleming8/13/20138

With T. Perry, “Agion Technologies, Inc.” Harvard Business School case N9-608-060 (2007)[18].With T. Perry, “The Cutie Catheter.” Harvard Business School case N9-608-084 (2007) [13].With T. Perry, “License or Start-up? A Junior Faculty Member’s Dilemma.” Harvard BusinessSchool case N9-608-085 (2007) [25].With T. Perry, “Advanced Electron Beams.” Harvard Business School case N9-608-083 (2007)[20].With T. Perry, “Advanced Electron Beams.” Harvard Business School teaching note 5-608-089(2007) [5].With M. Thursby, “InfoVision,” Harvard Business School teaching note 5-607-102 (2007) [9].With M. Thursby and J. Quinn, “Supplement to InfoVision (A): Technology Transfer at GeorgiaTech” 607-085 (2007) [5].With M. Marx, “Barry Riceman at NetD,” Harvard Business School teaching note 5-607107 (2007) [16].With M. Thursby, “HP Nanotech: Partnership with CNSI,” Harvard Business School teachingnote 5-607-105 (2007) [14].With A. Marin, “The Process of Scientific Discovery,” Harvard Business School teaching note 5607-126 (2007) [18].“Epodia: Demise of the HBS Case-writing Monopoly?” Harvard Business School teaching note5-607-104 (2007) [12].With D. Snow, “SpudSpy,” Harvard Business School teaching note 5-607-103 (2007) [13].“Intevis: Brokering the Boundaryless Career,” Harvard Business School teaching note 5-607-078(2007) [12].With Christopher Liu, “Merton's Ethos of Science: Excerpts and Summaries," Harvard BusinessSchool note for Students, 607-047 (2006) [2].With M. Marx, “Barry Riceman at NetD (A),” Harvard Business School case 606-090 (2006)[10] (included in the HBS “Premier Case Collection”).With M. Marx, “Barry Riceman at NetD (B),” Harvard Business School case 606-151 (2006) [4].“Photovoltaic Breakthrough,” Harvard Business School teaching note 5-606-085 (2006) [19].L. Fleming8/13/20139

With A. MacCormack, “Linux, Supplement to Epodia,” Harvard Business School case 606-067(2006) [5].With J. Quinn: “ThinkCycle, Supplement to Epodia,” Harvard Business School case 606-056(2006) [2].With J. Quinn, “Cambia, Supplement to Epodia,” Harvard Business School 606-057 (2006) [3].With M. Thursby and J. Quinn, “HP Nanotech: Partnership with CNSI,” Harvard BusinessSchool case 606-045 (2005) [24].J. West and M. Vitale, “Commercialization at the Garvan Institute for Medical Research (A),”Harvard Business School case 606-051 (2005) [21].With J. Quinn, “Epodia: Demise of the HBS case-writing Monopoly?” Harvard Business Schoolcase 605-077 (2005) [17].With D. Snow, “SpudSpy,” Harvard Business School case 605-059 (2005) [25].With M. Thursby and J. Quinn, “InfoVision (A): Technology Transfer at Georgia Tech,”Harvard Business School case 605-064 (2005) [22].With M. Thursby and J. Quinn, “InfoVision (B): TI:GER Program Assessment,” HarvardBusiness School case 605-065 (2005) [7].With G. Pisano and Eli Strick, “Vertex Pharmaceuticals: R&D Portfolio Management (A),”Harvard Business School case 604-101 (2004) [24].“Photovoltaic Breakthrough,” Harvard Business School case 604-034 (2003) [22].“Intevis: Brokering the Boundaryless Career,” Harvard Business School 602-148 (2002) [22].“Textbooks Online (A), (B), (C), and (D)” Harvard Business School teaching note 5-600-065(2000) [8].With D. Debicella, S. Berman, and C. Kasper, “Textbooks Online (A),” Harvard BusinessSchool case 601-015 (2000) [15].“Textbooks Online (B): TBO—First Day of Orders,” Harvard Business School 601-016 (2000)[3].“Textbooks Online (C),” Harvard Business School case 601-017 (2000) [2].L. Fleming8/13/201310

Work in ProgressWith M. Marx and J. Singh, “Regional Disadvantage: Non-competes and Brain Drain.”Submitted.With R. Lai and D. Doolin, A. D’Amour, A. Yu, Y. Sun, V. Torvik. “Disambiguation and coauthorship networks of the U.S. Patent Inventor Database.” Revision submitted at ResearchPolicy.With C. Jira and D. Waguespack, “Leadership and Collaborative Innovation.” Revisionsubmitted at Organization Science.With Z. Acs, E. Glaeser, R. Litan, S. Goetz, W. Kerr, S. Klepper, S. Rosenthal, O. Sorenson, W.Strange, "Entrepreneurship and Urban Success: Toward a Policy Consensus" (January 2008).Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract 1092493.With T. Simcoe and D. Waguespack, “Network Positions, Network Signals, and New TieFormation: the ‘et al: Effect.’ ”With Lai, D’Amour “The careers and co-authorship networks of US patent-holders, since 1975.”With S. Chai,“Bibliometric predictors of breakthrough creativity: A review, assessment, andagenda.”AWARDS AND HONORS2011With Ken Younge, Tony Tong, recipient of the 2011 Strategic ManagementSociety Conference, Best Paper Award – for “How anticipated employee mobilityaffects acquisition likelihood: Evidence from a natural experiment”2009With J. Lassiter, F. Reinhardt, recipient of the 2009 Apgar Award for Innovationin Teaching, for “Building Green Businesses,” Harvard Business School2007With M. Marx, recipient of the 2007 Accenture Award for the most importantcontribution to improving the practice of management in the preceding volume ofthe California Management Review—for “Managing Creativity in a Small World”2005With O. Sorenson, recipient of the Richard R. Nelson Prize of 2005—Institute ofManagement, Innovation, and Organization, with Industrial and CorporateChange and Research Policy: “Science and the Diffusion of Knowledge”L. Fleming8/13/201311

2005With I. Baker, finalist, Third Annual Science and Engineering VisualizationChallenge, sponsored by National Science Foundation and Science—for “The Coevolution of Regional Innovation and Social Structure”2005With O. Sorenson, J. Rivkin, recipient of 2005 European Meeting on AppliedEvolutionary Economics Best Paper Award, sponsored by the InternationalSchumpeter Society—for “Complexity and the Diffusion of Knowledge”1998Recipient of Walter Gruyter/Technology Studies Best Student Paper Award,Academy of Management, Technology and Innovation Management Division—for “Recombinant Uncertainty in Technological Search”1996U.S. Collegiate National Cycling Championship silver medalist1992U.S. Collegiate National Cycling Championship silver medalist1985Outstanding Senior, University of California, Davis1984Founder, UC Davis Nordic Ski Team (nationally ranked Division II in 1985)1983Gauntlet Award, U.S. Army ROTC Basic Training (ranked 9th of 934 cadets)1982California State Cycling Champion (match sprint)1981California State Cycling Champion (best all around)1980Junior World Cycling Championship silver medalist1980U.S. Junior National Cycling Champion1976Young Artists Award, Fremont-Newark Philharmonic Orchestra1974Command performance, California Music Educators AssociationGRANTS2013United States Trademark and Patent Office and American Institute of Research:Inventor disambiguation, automatic updating, and application data of the U.S.patent record ( 169K)2011NSF (1064182): From bench to biosphere: a critical analysis of effectivedeployment and commercialization of clean energy technologies ( 657K)L. Fleming8/13/201312

2010With Vetle Torvik: NSF (0965259): From grant to commercialization: anintegrated demonstration database which permits tracing, assessing, andmeasuring the impact of scientific funding. ( 750K)2010National Renewable Energy Laboratory: Analysis of Innovation and InventorNetworks in Clean Energy ( 10K)2008NSF (199704): A Social Network Database of Patent Co-authorship to InvestigateCollaborative Innovation and its Economic Impact ( 375K initial grant and 80Ksupplemental award)2008With David Waguespack and Tim Simcoe: Net Institute Summer Grant Award( 4.5K)DOCTORAL STUDENTS2013Neil Thompson, “Moore’s Law and the impact of computation on firms.” Initialplacement at MIT Sloan School of Management.2012Pian Shu, “Essays on Talent Allocation and Innovation.” Initial placement atHarvard Business School, Harvard University.2012Ken Younge, “Essays on How Employee Mobility Affects Firms’ StrategicDecisions and Outcomes.” Initial placement (postdoc) at UC Berkeley, College ofEngineering.2010Raj Choudhury, “Innovation in Emerging Markets.” Initial placement atUniversity of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Management.2010Chris Liu, “Essays on Network Antecedents in a Knowledge Production Context.”Initial placement at University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management.2009Marx, Matt, “Essays on Employee Non!compete Agreements.” Committee chair:initial placement at MIT Sloan School of Management.2009Mingo, Santiago,!“Essays on Industrial Policy, Strategy, and Entrepreneurship.”Initial placement at School of Business Administration, University of Miami.2007Kim, Jerry, “Network of Audiences: FDA Review Time and Innovation.” Initialplacement at Graduate School of Business, Columbia University.L. Fleming8/13/201313

Academic assignments before tenure track appointmentsTeaching Assistant, School of Engineering, Stanford University1997-1998IE 161 Technology and War (Adams)IE 180 Undergraduate Final Projects (Barley)IE 270 Managing Technology for Competitive Advantage (Kosnik)1996-1997IE 180 Undergraduate Final Projects (Brandeau)IE 203 Organizational Behavior (Hargadon)IE 268 Manufacturing Strategy (Carlson)1995-1996IE 180 Undergraduate Final Projects (Hausman)IE 220 Management and Organization of Research and Development (Barley)1994-1995IE 203 Organizational Behavior (Sutton)IE 268 Manufacturing Strategy (Carlson)IE 269 Marketing Strategy (Kosnik)Teaching Assistant, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University1995-1996T357 Manufacturing Strategy (Carlson)Teaching Assistant, School of Engineering, University of California, Davis1984-1985ECE 110 Integrated Circuit Design and Fabrication (Churchill, Current)Research Assistant, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University1995-1996Designed and built scanning, OCR, and event-history database for 40-year historyof computer industry, with O. Sorenson (under Professor William Barnett).Research Assistant, School of Engineering, Stanford University1993-1994Designed, built, and analyzed database for semiconductor startup dataset (underProfessor Kathleen Eisenhardt).Research Assistant, School of Engineering, University of California, Davis1984-1985Developed oxidation curves and spin-on dopant methods (under Prof. Churchill).WORK EXPERIENCEProfessional1997-1998Strategy Consultant, Strategic Planning and Management, HP, Palo Alto, CA.L. Fleming8/13/201314

Developed a strategic innovation framework with S. Kaplan and M. Tushman.1993Member of Integrated Circuits Business Division Staff, HP, Palo Alto, CA.Investigated and recommended supply chain solutions in IC manufacturing.1992Design Engineer, California Design Center, Hewlett Packard, Santa Clara, CA.Responsible for hiring, design, and design for manufacturability reviews.1988-1991Research Engineer, Hewlett Packard Laboratories/ICBD, Palo Alto, CA.Researched IC testing and design for test. Transferred group’s research results,tools, and methodologies to HP divisions through teaching and app engineering toworkstation, PC, printer, plotter, and networking hardware divisions.1985-1988Product Engineer, Colorado Integrated Circuit Division, HP, Ft. Collins, CO.Took 1 micron custom ICs from design through manufacturing release. Designedtest circuitry, simulated design, wrote test vectors and vector translation tool, andcharacterized manufacturing robustness.1971-1980Musician and Section Lead, Musician’s Local 510, Fremont, CA.Performed French Horn in classical orchestras and municipal bands. Toured twice(at 9 and 11) with brass quintets in Germany. Rose to section lead in all groups.Patents and Internal Hewlett Packard Engineering PublicationsWith R. La Fetra, “VLSI chip having improved test access,” U.S. Patent #5,029,133.With S. Walther, “Local tristate-control circuit for Automatic Test Program Generation,” U.S. Patent#5,136,185.With R. Aitken and P. Maxwell, “Results and Applications of a Bridging Fault Test Methodology,”Hewlett Packard Design Technology Conference, San Diego, CA, May 1992.With R. Aitken, R. LaFetra, and J. Brewer, “A Gate-Level Bridging-Fault Test GenerationMethodology,” Hewlett Packard Design Conference, Denver, CO, May 1991.With R. Schleiger, “An Automatic Test Generation Methodology for In-Circuit Testing,” HewlettPackard Design Technology Conference, Denver, CO, May 1991.With B. Frederick and B. Jung, “Applying Automatic Test Vector Generation on a Non-scan CustomChipbuster Design,” Hewlett Packard Design Technology Conference, Portland, OR, May 1990.L. Fleming8/13/201315

With D. Earl and E. Jew, “ATG: Innovations and Applications,” Hewlett Packard Design TechnologyConference, Portland, OR, May 1990.PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES2012InitiativeMember, National Research Council, Triennial Review of the National Nanotech2008-Department Editor, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Management Science2008-2009Editor, Research Policy2007-2008Senior Editor, Organization Science2005-2008Associate Editor, Management Science (Meritorious Service Award)ReviewerAcademy of Management JournalAcademy of Management ReviewAdministrative Science QuarterlyAmerican Economic ReviewAustrian Science Fun

Co-Chair, Executive Steering Committee, Fung Institute Member, Standing Committee on Engineering Ethics and Social Responsibility Engineering Leadership (Eng 271 and 272) Capstone Integration Haas Innovation Seminar (C279) Capstone Teams: Blue Goji, Dr. Chi, LiON Batteries, Alien Sandal Executi