Bruce Cameron is the Director of the System Architecture Lab at MIT and the founder of Technology Strategy Partners (TSP), a consulting firm. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto, and graduate degrees from MIT. Cameron teaches system architecture and technology strategy at the Sloan School of Management and in the School of Engineering at MIT. Previously at MIT, Dr. Cameron ran the MIT Commonality Study, which comprised over 30 firms spanning 8 years.
As a Partner at TSP, Cameron consults on system architecture, product development, technology strategy, and investment evaluation. He has worked with more than 60 Fortune 500 firms in high tech, aerospace, transportation, and consumer goods, including BP, Dell, Nokia, Caterpillar, AMGEN, Verizon, and NASA. Previously, he worked in high tech and banking, where he built advanced analytics for managing complex development programs. Earlier in his career, he was a system engineer at MDA Space Systems, and has built hardware currently in orbit. He is a past board member of the University of Toronto.