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Tom Koulopoulos is president and founder of Delphi Group, a Boston-based thought leadership firm providing advice on leading edge technologies to global 2000 organizations and government for the past 15 years. Tom sold Delphi to Perot Systems in 2004 and continues to serve as CEO of Delphi, a member of the Perot Systems leadership team and Director of the Perot Systems Innovation lab.

Named one of the industry's most influential information management consultants by InformationWeek magazine he is recognized as an authority on the implications of information technology on global organizations, with articles and market insights appearing frequently in national and international print and broadcast media such as BusinessWeek, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Economist, CNBC, CNN and NPR.

His seven books include: Corporate Instinct, Smart Companies, Smart Tools, and The X-economy. During the past two decades Tom’s works have introduced core industry concepts, frameworks and vernacular such as Single Point of Access, Touch Points, Digital Control Rooms, Business Operating Systems, Corporate IQ, Information Value Chains, and Smartsourcing that are widely used today in describing the impact of technology on business. His insights have received wide praise from luminaries such as Peter Drucker, Dee Hock, and Tom Peters who called his writing, “a brilliant vision of where we must take our enterprises to survive and thrive.” According to Peter Drucker, Tom’s writing “makes you question not only the way you run your business but the way you run yourself.”Tom is also editor of the Delphi Report, a quarterly journal for business and technology leaders.
His current book, Smartsourcing: Driving Innovation and Growth through Outsourcing (to be released in March of 2006) looks at the core drivers and broad implications of outsourcing and globalization.

Tom has also been an adjunct professor at the Boston College Wallace E. Carroll Graduate School of Management and a guest lecturer at the Boston University School of Management and Harvard University.

His philanthropic interests include being a founding advisor to the non-profit Tech Foundation, which makes technology accessible to the non-profit sector in an attempt to bridge the widening digital divide and an advisor to the non-profit program Destination Imagination, which teaches creative problem solving and innovation to children in K-12 in more than 50 countries.