Frank Nagle is an assistant professor in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School. He studies the economics of IT and digitization with a focus on the value of crowdsourcing, and how these topics relate to the future of work. His research interests include free digital goods, cybersecurity, and generating strategic predictions from unstructured big data. Professor Nagle serves on the advisory board at Nexleaf Analytics and advises other big data analytics startups. He currently advises the OECD Working Party on Innovation and Technology Policy. Prior to his academic career, he worked at a number of startups and large companies in the information security and technology consulting industries. He earned his DBA in Technology and Operations Management from Harvard Business School. He also earned a BS and MS in Computer Science from Georgetown University and an MS in International Business Economics from City University, London.
Frank Nagle has been a guest on 1 episode.
Episode 10: Managing Risks and Opportunities in Open Source with Frank Nagle & David A. Wheeler
24 July 2020 | 48 mins 40 secs
Hello and welcome to this episode of CHAOSScast! Today, we have two special guests with us, Frank Nagle, Assistant Professor in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School and David A. Wheeler, Director of Open Source Supply Chain Security at the Linux Foundation. We will discuss the use of metrics in looking at software identified by the Software Configuration Management systems. We will talk about CII Best Practices Badge Program and License Risk. And, there is a survey that you can participate in called the Core Infrastructure Initiative FOSS Contributor Survey (CII-FOSS Survey). Go ahead and download this episode now to find out more!