Graham Rong
2009 Event Chair
MIT Sloan CIO Symposium
Dr. Rong has been a leader in production innovation and new ventures for over a decade. He has extensive consulting and global experience in Asia, Europe and North America.

With excellent balance of business acumen and technical aptitude, Graham has proven leadership skills in enterprise content management, CRM, web analytics, social network, numerical computing and semantic web. He is the founder and president of International Data Automation, a leading developer of new business models and technologies in semantic web and XBRL. He worked in key senior management roles with Vignette Corporation and Harte-Hanks. He was on the faculty in JiangNan University and a principal researcher in University of Edinburgh.

As an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow in MIT Sloan School of Management, Graham focused on corporate strategy, innovation leadership and global development. Graham is an adjunct faculty in Northeastern University. He also serves on MIT Enterprise Forum Advanced Computing SIG. Graham is a frequent speaker at professional and international events.

Graham holds an MBA from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and PhD from University of Guelph, Canada.