Megan Gabruk is a Ph.D. Student in the Management and Organizations Department at University of Michigan's Stephen M. Ross School of Business. She is also completing a Graduate Certificate in Complex Systems at University of Michigan. Megan graduated magna cum laude from Vanderbilt University in 2021 with Highest Honors in Human and Organizational Development and minors in Quantitative Methods and Cognitive Studies. At Vanderbilt University, she won Best Honors Thesis in Human and Organizational Development for her paper examining the effectiveness of machine learning in mapping clinical networks of physicians. Megan has published in multiple psychology journals, including Psychological Assessment, Journal of Affective Disorders, and Behaviour Research and Therapy. Working with Maxim Sytch, Megan’s ongoing research examines how dynamic social and knowledge structures impact organizations implementing a unified strategy of innovation, adaptation, and learning.