Dr. Daniels’ research covers Future Trends and Entrepreneurial Strategy. She has worked on the development of global business and technology strategies for numerous startups and the following larger corporations: IBM, Apple, the Economist, Financial Times, Ford of Europe, Boots Pharmaceutical, Shell Oil, GlaxoSmithKline, Chartham Paper Mills, New York Life, Bank of Ireland, Aetna, Marks & Spencer, Media Companies, and other leading corporations. She has facilitated multi-client studies for The Economist Group on the future of business.
Dr. Daniels has written for the Economist, the Economist Intelligence Unit, the Financial Times, and has published several books on Globalization and Information Technology with McGraw-Hill and the Pearson Group (Addison-Wesley).
Dr. Daniels has been awarded the International Association of Management Consulting Firms Award for Literary Excellence. Caroline has been a speaker on topics including: Globalization, Transforming Business with Information Technology, and Entrepreneurship. She is currently conducting research on entrepreneurial strategy, the scalability of new ventures, and the coordination of executive decision-making in growing, global corporations.
Dr. Daniels has founded companies in the following areas: property development, publishing, and consulting. She is the recipient of the 2013 Deans’ Award for Excellence in Teaching across all programs (undergraduate, graduate, and executive education).
Bachelor of Liberal Science, Literature, Boston University
Masters of Business Administration, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School
Ph.D., London Business School, Global Strategy and Technology