Marta Stelmaszak Rosa

Assistant Professor of Information Systems

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Marta Stelmaszak Rosa is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems. She holds a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and Political Science and postgraduate degrees in Management, Information Systems and Innovation (also from LSE) and Data Science (Birkbeck, University of London). Marta’s key research interests concern data science and analytics, and their development and management within organizations. In her work, she combines traditionally conceptual and theoretical approaches to information systems research with quantitative, data-informed and computational tools with the aim to develop methodological techniques allowing for new insights for management research and practice. Her research program is geared towards information systems and management journals. She is committed to multidisciplinary teaching and keen to explore developing competencies needed for managers to work with data and analytics, and in the past she taught data, technology and e-business subjects at a number of institutions, including the London School of Economics and University College London. She serves as a reviewer for top journals and conferences in the field, and regularly organizes and volunteers at workshops and events. 

Both her research and teaching benefit from past industry experience as an entrepreneur in e-learning, IT and communication. Before becoming an academic, Marta founded two startups and ran an e-learning company. She was an invited speaker at over 20 conferences in Europe, North America, South America and in the Middle East. In 2017, she was selected as part of Next Generation Women Leaders by McKinsey & Company.

In her spare time, Marta investigates how to become a better thinker through the study and practice of various thinking styles. She’s also a keen runner.

Marta Stelmaszak Rosa's Google Scholar

  • PhD
    London School of Economics and Political Science
  • MSc in Data Science
    Birkbeck, University of London
  • MSc in Management, Information Systems and Innovation
    London School of Economics and Political Science