Mani, Deepa

Area Leader and Professor, Information Systems
Deputy Dean-Digital Initiatives & Executive Education

Email Deepa_Mani@isb.edu

Overview

Professor Deepa Mani is a faculty in the Information Systems area, and Research Fellow at the Indian School of Business. She is also the Executive Director of the Srini Raju Centre for Technology and The Networked Economy at ISB. Deepa’s research interests are at the intersection of technology, organisation, and society. She is interested in studying the organization of IT and IT-enabled business functions in firms, and assessment of the business value of a broad class of IT decisions and interventions. Her research articles have been published in leading academic journals and extensively featured in refereed conference proceedings, edited book chapters, and popular media outlets. Deepa works closely with industry to drive innovation and strategies for the digital economy. She also works closely with the central and state governments to explore the impact of technology interventions in areas such as education, healthcare and urbanization.

Deepa serves as an Associate Editor for Management Science and Information Systems Research. Deepa completed her undergraduate education from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University and her graduate education from Carnegie Mellon University. She received her doctorate degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

Experience

Academic

  • 2021 - Present: Deputy Dean-Digital Initiatives & Executive Education, Indian School of Business
  • 2021 - Present: Senior Editor, Information Systems Research
  • 2020 - Present: Chair, Junior Faculty Consortium International Conference on Information Systems
  • 2020 - Present: Area Leader and Professor, Indian School of Business
  • 2020 - Present: Guest Associate Editor, MIS Quarterly
  • 2020 - Present: Referee,
  • 2019 - Present: Track Co-Chair, International Conference on Information Systems
  • 2018 - Present: Faculty Mentor, Doctoral Consortium, International Conference on Information Systems
  • 2016 - 2020: Associate Professor, Indian School of Business
  • 2012 - 2019: Research Fellow, Indian School of Business
  • 2008 - 2016: Assistant Professor, Indian School of Business

Professional

In the Media

September 18, 2020: Does work-from-home work for all?, Hindu Business Line.

March 30, 2020: Work from Home in the time of COVID-19, The Hindu.

May 1, 2020: Covid-19 lockdown: It’s not the economy vs lives, it’s lives vs lives, Fortune India.

March 28, 2020: WORK FROM HOME AND COVID-19, YOUTUBE.

May , 2015: ISB prepares model for developing smart cities, ET realty.

May , 2015: ISB prepares model for developing smart cities, Express computers.

May , 2015: ISB prepares model for developing smart cities finance everyday, Sify.com.

May , 2015: ISB mulls model for smart cities, Hindustan Times.

May , 2015: Indian School of Business prepares model for developing smart cities, .

May , 2015: Indian School Of Business Prepares Model For Developing Smart Cities, Siliconindia.com.

May , 2015: ISB prepares for developing smart cities, PTI.

May , 2015: ISB Prepares Model for Developing Smart Cities, Economic Times.

May , 2015: ISB PREPARES MODEL FOR SMART CITIES, Deccan Chronicle.

May , 2015: ISB prepares model for developing smart cities, DNA.

May , 2015: SB prepares model for developing smart cities, Business Standard.

May , 2015: ISB PREPARES MODEL FOR SMART CITIES, Asian Age.

May , 2015: This Indian management school will now tell Indian cities if they’re ‘Smart City’ worthy, Business insiderindia.com.

August 11, 2014: ISB, Deloitte, Nasscom Develop Index for Global In-house Centres in India, NDTV.

August 11, 2014: ISB, Deloitte and Nasscom develop index for GICs in India, Zee news.

August 12, 2014: ISB initiative to benefit 750 multi-national companies, The Hindu.

August 12, 2014: ISB, Deloitte, Nasscom Develop Index For Global In-House Centres In India, CxOtoday.

August 11, 2014: ISB, Deloitte float index for GICs, Financial Chronicle.

August 12, 2014: ISB initiative to benefit 750 multi-national companies, India everyday.

August 12, 2014: ISB, Deloitte and Nasscom develop index for GICs in India, Topnewsindia.

August 11, 2014: ISB, Deloitte, Nasscom develop index for global in-house centres, Business line.

August 13, 2014: GIC maturity index developed to help 750 MNCs in India, FirstBiz.

June 30, 2014: Learning the ABC of Big Data, Business Standard.

August 11, 2014: ISB, Deloitte and Nasscom develop index for GICs in India, Business Standard.

July 23, 2014: MBAs Turn to India for Booming Big Data Jobs, Business Because.

July 22, 2014: Indian Companies’ Missing Innovation DNA, Live Mint.

August 11, 2014: ISB, Deloitte and Nasscom develop index for GICs in India, Inooz.

August 11, 2014: ISB, Deloitte and Nasscom develop index for GICs in India, The Economic Times.

August 11, 2014: ISB-led group to bring out index for IT sector, Indian Express.

July 20, 2014: TCS Set to Cross 100,000 Employees, Live Mint.

August 11, 2014: ISB, Deloitte and Nasscom develop index for GICs in India, Times of AP.

May 4, 2012: Tech majors HP, Google and Microsoft reach out to local start-ups to gain foothold in SME sector, Economic Times.

October 28, 2012: Why Indian B-schools lag in publishing research papers, Business Today.

September , 2011: Does Better Data Lead to Better Corporate Performance?, Forbes Magazine.

September , 2010: Study Finds High Economic Gains from RFID Deployments, RFID Journal.

September 1, 2010: Sybase and University of Texas Study Reveals 10 Percent Increase in Usability of Enterprise Data Can Translate to $2 Billion in Additional Revenue Every Year, Sybase Press Release.

September 2, 2010: Sybase and University of Texas Study: 10 Percent Increase in Enterprise Data Usability Can Translate to $2 Billion in Annual Revenue, ebizQ.

September , 2010: Sybase and University of Texas Study Reveals Incremental Improvements in Data Effectiveness Deliver Annual Gains of Up to $ 255 Million from Products and Services, Dun & Bradstreet.

September 27, 2010: Sybase and University of Texas Study Reveals Incremental Improvements in Data Effectiveness Deliver Annual Gains of up to $255 Million from Products and Services, The Street.

September , 2010: Study Refutes Nick Carr, Shows Data & IT Do Matter, ZDNet.

May , 2005: Managing Risk to Maximize Value in Business Process Outsourcing: A Process Oriented Approach, CIO Magazine.

Research & Publications