Tiona Zuzul is a doctoral candidate in the Strategy program at Harvard Business School. Her research focuses on entrepreneurial action and collaborative innovation in nascent industries. She is interested in ways that individuals and organizations collaborate and cross boundaries in the ambiguous context of new industries.
Tiona received an AB from Harvard College in 2005 and an MSc from the London School of Economics in 2006. Prior to joining HBS, Tiona worked in a Washington DC-based international consulting firm as Advisor for European Affairs. She is the Executive Secretary for a non-profit promoting education in South-Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean.
Blending Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Organizational Research
Keywords: Mathematical Methods;
Edmondson, Amy C., and Tiona Zuzul. "Blending Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Organizational Research." In Encyclopedia of Strategic Management
, edited by D. Teece, and M. Augier. London: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.
Sustainable Cities: Oxymoron or the Shape of the Future?
Two trends are likely to define the 21st century: threats to the sustainability of the natural environment and dramatic increases in urbanization. This paper reviews the goals, business models, and partnerships involved in eight early "ecocity" projects to begin to identify success factors in this emerging industry. Ecocities, for the most part, are viewed as a means of mitigating threats to the natural environment while creating urban living capacity by combining low carbon and resource-efficient development with the use of information and communication technologies to better manage complex urban systems.
Keywords: Environmental Sustainability;
Green Technology Industry;
Eccles, Robert G., Annissa Alusi, Amy C. Edmondson, and Tiona Zuzul. "Sustainable Cities: Oxymoron or the Shape of the Future?" Chap. 18 in Infrastructure Sustainability and Design
, edited by Spiro Pollalis, Andreas Georgoulias, Stephen Ramos, and Daniel Schodek, 247–265. New York: Routledge, 2012.