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Chunka Mui

Chunka Mui is the co-author, with Larry Downes, of Unleashing the Killer App, Digital Strategies for Market Dominance, the digital strategy best-seller (Harvard Business School Press, 1998).  His current writing projects include Killer Platforms, an essay series that explores leading edge digital strategies, and The Devils’s Advocate, Avoiding the Mistakes that Cost Companies Billions, a book, co-authored with Paul Carroll, that draws the lessons of the largest strategic failures of the last 25 years.

In addition to research and writing projects, Chunka Mui is an independent business advisor and a frequent speaker at public and private conferences. He also chairs the Diamond Fellows, Diamond Management and Technology Consultants’ network of external advisors, and regularly works with Diamond consultants on client-related research and consulting projects. He is also a member of the board of advisors for Brulant.

Previously, he was a partner and chief innovation officer at Diamond, a vice president at the CSC Index division of Computer Sciences Corporation, and a founding member of Center for Strategic Technology Research (CSTaR) at Arthur Andersen & Company (now Accenture).

Chunka Mui was born in Hong Kong but grew up on the south side of Chicago.  He holds a B.S. Degree in Computer Science and Engineering from MIT.  To find out more about Chunka Mui, or to contact him, visit  http://www.chunkamui.com/contact.htm.