Professor Gray conducts research that helps managers improve their company’s performance through a better understanding of the dynamic interactions between people, technologies, and competitive strategies. His specific areas of expertise and research include:

  • How managers can harness organizational networks of collaboration to improve performance and enhance innovation
  • Collaborative impacts of social technologies that empower employees to interact in valuable new ways
  • Strategic use of information technology to change how companies compete

Professor Gray is a former senior editor at Journal of the Association for Information Systems and associate editor at MIS Quarterly, and is a regular presenter at various national and international conferences. His recent research has been conducted at a variety of Fortune 100 companies and has been published in leading academic and managerial outlets.