Category: MIT Executive Education

Can the cab industry innovate?

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 3 months and 10 days ago

Those of us who work and/or live in Cambridge are quite familiar with the controversies stirred up by the wildly successful business, Uber Technologies, Inc. Uber considers itself a technology company, offering a mobile app that connects riders with drivers. The company has taken an innovative approach to making it easier to get from one point to another, eliminating the need to hail a cab on the street.

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It’s time to rethink wages

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 3 months and 18 days ago

For the last year or so, there’s been a significant amount of news coverage around the wages paid to low-income earners, such as those working at fast food outlets and in retail stores. There have been public protests, calls for boycotts, and legislation to raise the minimum wage in some states.

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MIT Sloan Executive Education partners with Haiti

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 4 months and 3 days ago

Strong leadership and innovation are ideals and skills that should not be limited to the business world. In fact, one could make a strong argument that innovation is needed more in non-profit and government organizations than in corporations. Of course, we’d argue that innovation is needed everywhere. And, that nearly every kind of organization can benefit from it.

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The digital business transformation imperative

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 4 months and 8 days ago

“What exactly does a digital business transformation mean?” asked Michael Krigsman, CEO of Asuret, Inc., and moderator of the "CIO, CMO, CDO Perspectives on Digital Transformation" panel at The 2014 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium.

Each of the panelists—F. Thaddeus Arroyo, CIO of AT&T Services, Inc.; Robert Tas, CMO & SVP of Pegasystems; Tanya Cordrey, Chief Digital Officer (CDO) of Guardian News and Media; and George Westerman, Research Scientist at the MIT Center for Digital Business—had his or her own take on the digital transformation facing most businesses today. 

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Will big data go away?

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 4 months and 14 days ago

That was just one of the many questions debated during the “Big Data, Analytics and Insights” session at this year’s MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, held in late May 2014. The panel was moderated by Professor Tom Davenport, Fellow with the MIT Center for Digital Business, and included Barry Morris, Founder & CEO of NuoDB; Darrell Fernandes, CIO of the Professional Services Group at Fidelity Investments; Don Taylor, CTO of Benefitfocus; and Puneet Batra, Founder of LevelTrigger.

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