Kamalini Ramdas is an expert in innovation. Kamalini’s research, teaching and consulting focus is on examining new ways to create value through radical operational innovation, with particular interest in underserved populations. She has served as co-principal investigator on a $1.2M grant to model and implement profitable cardiac preventive care via delivery innovation through shared medical appointments. She has also examined delivery innovation in an array of service industries supported by a grant from the UK Economic and Social Research Council. Kamalini’s research has been published in Management Science, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management (MSOM), Production & Operations Management, New England Journal of Medicine, Nature Medicine, Lancet Digital Health, Harvard Business Review, and other journals. She has served as a Departmental Editor in the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Department of Management Science and is currently a Departmental Editor in the Operational Innovation Department of MSON. She teaches Business Model Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Operations Management and Healthcare. She has been a faculty member at the University of Virginia and the University of Texas at Austin, and a visiting faculty member at the Wharton School and the Indian School of Business. She has spoken at the World Economic Forum Davos, TEDx London Business School and a variety of other executive and professional audiences.