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Michael Cusumano, MIT's Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management, Joins Quantum Leap Innovations Board of Directors
Date:11/29/2011

NEWARK, Del., Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --  Quantum Leap Innovations announced today the appointment of Michael A. Cusumano to their Board of Directors.  Michael Cusumano is the Sloan Management Review Distinguished Professor of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management, with a joint appointment in the MIT Engineering Systems Division. His seminal 2010 book, STAYING POWER, covers six enduring principles for managing strategy and innovation in an uncertain world.

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"We are honored to have someone of Dr. Cusamano's stature agree to join our board," said Quantum Leap founder and CEO Joseph Budner Elad. "His support validates our vision of Pattern Based Analytics and the importance of our technology in today's uncertain world."

"It is with great pleasure and excitement that I join the Quantum Leap board," says Dr. Cusumano. "I have known the principals in the company for many years and have closely followed the evolution of their work in data analysis.  The pattern-based analytics approach took years to develop. It significantly improves our ability to visualize and make sense of complex data sets and then apply these insights to a wide variety of business and other applications."

About Michael Cusumano:

Michael Cusumano specializes in strategy, product development, and entrepreneurship in the computer software industry, as well as automobiles and consumer electronics. He teaches courses on The Software Business and Digital Platforms as well as Strategic Management and Managing Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Professor Cusumano earned his B.A. degree from Princeton and his Ph.D. from Harvard.  He completed a pos
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