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Nada Hashmi

  • Assistant Professor
Academic Division: Operations and Information Management
781-239-8801

Bio

Nada Hashmi is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems in the Technology Operations and Management Information Department. Her research focuses on group dynamics and group size; specifically how to measure and predict group performance using metrics such as the Collective Intelligence Scores. In addition, she studies women leadership and whether technology plays a role in gender equality. She has over 10 notable publications and a patent. She is also a social entrepreneur with three startups focusing on women and healthcare and is on the board of two technology startups. She received her PhD from the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy as well as the Organizational Studies Group. Her Master degrees are in System Design and Management Department from MIT and Computer Science from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Academic Interest / Expertise

Technology Innovation Adaption Group Dynamics

Awards & Honors

  • 2022 — Best Research Award: Nominated for Best Research Award, DSS SHEN 2023
  • 2022 — Kennedy Award: Nominated for Best Graduate Professor, Babson College
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Courses

  • Degree Courses 2023

    • OIM 7502 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING BUSINESS ANALYTICS
  • Degree Courses 2022

    • OIM 6301 PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS ANALYTICS
    • OIM 7502 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING BUSINESS ANALYTICS

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Hashmi, N., Ganesan, S., Malone, T.W. (2022). Is bigger better? A study of the effect of group size on collective intelligence in online groups. Decision Support Systems. Elsevier.
  • Woolley, A.W., Chabris, C.F., Pentland, A., Hashmi, N., Malone, T.W. (2010). Evidence for a Collective Intelligence Factor in the Performance of Human Groups. SCIENCE. Vol: 330, Issue: 6004, Page: 686-688.
  • Gaynor, M., Myung, D., Hashmi, N., Shankaranarayanan, G., Moulton, S. (2007). An intelligent pre-hospital patient care system. International Journal of Electronic Healthcare. Vol: 3, Issue: 1, Page: 107. Inderscience Publishers. link
  • Lee, S., Wang, T.D., Hashmi, N., Cummings, M.P. (2007). Bio-STEER: A Semantic Web workflow tool for Grid computing in the life sciences. Future Generation Computer Systems. Vol: 23, Issue: 3, Page: 497-509. Elsevier BV. link

Book Chapters

  • Woolley, A.W., Hashmi, N. (2013). Cultivating Collective Intelligence in Online Groups: Handbook of Human Computation. Page: 703-714. Springer New York. link
  • Hashmi, N., Al-Malaise, A., Shahid, S., Afzal, M.Z. (2006). Managing Workflows in Data Environments Using Semantic Technologies: Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Page: 399-409. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. link
  • Hashmi, N., Al-Malaise, A., Shahid, S., Afzal, M.Z. (2006). Managing Workflows in Data Environments Using Semantic Technologies: Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Page: 399-409. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. link

Reports

  • Kelley, D.J., Hashmi, N. (2022). 2021-22 GEM Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Women’s Report: 2021-22 GEM Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Women’s Report. Babson Global Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.

Conference Proceedings

  • Hashmi, N., Malone, T.W. (2020). Effects on Collective Intelligence of Online Collaboration Tools and Group Size: Effects on Collective Intelligence of Online Collaboration Tools and Group Size. Collective Intelligence Conference.
  • Hashmi, N., Malone, T.A. (2019). Effects of Collaboration Tools and Group Size on Collective Intelligence: Effects of Collaboration Tools and Group Size on Collective Intelligence. INGroup.

Other

  • Hannum, M., Hashmi, N., Armstrong, E., McCollum, J. (2021). The Hard Truth about Inclusion in the Workplace: What Works (and What Doesn't): The Hard Truth about Inclusion in the Workplace: What Works (and What Doesn't).
  • Hannum, M., Hashmi, N., Armstrong, E., Briegle, S., Howe, K., McCollum, J. (2021). Why the most effective leaders are also the most inclusive leaders: Why the most effective leaders are also the most inclusive leaders.
  • Hashmi, N., Ihsanullah, J.M., Hannum, M., Hashmi, N., McCollum, J. (2020). Intersectionality in the Workplace & The Advancement of Women Leaders: Intersectionality in the Workplace & The Advancement of Women Leaders. Page: 20. Linkage, inc.. link
  • Ihsanullah, J.M., Hashmi, N. (2018). Advancing Women Leaders: Changing the game for women in the workplace: Advancing Women Leaders: Changing the game for women in the workplace.

Presentations

  • Brown Hamilton and Black Ariel: Non-Traditional Casting and Audience Response Worthington III, C. Bal, A. Hashmi, N. Weidner, K. Ottley, G. Academy of Marketing Science World Marketing Congress, Canterbury, UK (2023)
  • Super Fans and Super Haters: Sentiment and Customer Analysis of Tweets for Three Top Athletes Hashmi, N. Nguyen, N. Bal, A. The Academy of Marketing Science, New Orleans, LA USA (2023)
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Professional Services

  • Reviewer, Book Pearson (2019 - Present)

Department & College Wide Services

  • Muslim Chaplain Search Committee (Fall 2022 - Fall 2022)
  • Faculty Search Committee (Spring 2022 - Spring 2022)