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You’re never done: 10 years of digital transformation at MIT Sloan Executive Education

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 10 days ago

10 Years of Digital Transformation at MIT Sloan

Saying that organizations need to be serious about digital transformation is like saying that people need to be serious about breathing. Digital transformation is not a matter of choice, no matter the industry, geography, size or structure of your organization. However, you do have a choice in how you go about ensuring your organization’s success or, frankly, survival, as technology continues to influence and often define how business is done.

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Meet 16 organizations changing the future of work

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 13 days ago

Inclusive Innovation at MIT

How do we thrive in a period of profound digital transformation? How do we ensure financial security and stability for more people? How do we connect people with internet and technology access, regardless of age, location, education, or ability? These 16 winners of the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge are providing answers to these questions and using technology to reinvent the future of work.

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How will your company profit in the digital era?

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 24 days ago

Profiting in the digital era, Stephanie Woerner

The business world is rapidly digitizing, breaking down industry barriers, creating new opportunities, and destroying long-successful business models. What will the next generation enterprise look like in five years? And how will your company profit in the digital era? MIT Sloan Research Scientist Stephanie Woerner presented a webinar to familiarize participants with the significant changes, risks, and opportunities enabled by digitization, The Next Generation Enterprise: Four Business Models for Thriving in the Digital Era.

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I, Robot: Anuj Sharma at MIT Sloan

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 1 month ago

Anuj Sharma at MIT Sloan

Calling in to us by phone from across a 12-hour time difference and under a torrential downpour in southern India, we recently spoke with Anuj Sharma, Chairman and President of India Research Centre for Fourth Industrial Revolution. Sharma recently became the very first MIT Sloan Executive Education participant to complete an Executive Certificate by attending some of our programs via telepresence robotics.

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Three ways artificial intelligence can change your business

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 1 month and 2 days ago

How AI can effect business

Does your business have an AI strategy? If that sounds too far afield, know this: three-quarters of executives believe AI will enable their companies to move into new businesses, and almost 85% believe AI will allow their companies to obtain or sustain a competitive advantage. This data comes from the newly released study by Boston Consulting Group and MIT Sloan Management Review, Reshaping Business With Artificial Intelligence.

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The human side of IoT: Digital transformation is about more than technology

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 1 month and 22 days ago

The Human Side of IoT

Many organization think of digital transformation as the implementation and use of cutting-edge technologies. But advancements in information technology—and the Internet of things (IoT) in particular—pose opportunities and challenges that far transcend technology. In order to seize strategic advantage with IoT, many businesses require hard fought for alent and organizational shifts. In fact, our new online course, Internet of Things: Business Implications and Opportunities, approaches IoT as a leadership opportunity and a mechanism to transform business, rather than viewing it as a purely technical topic.

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Digital enters the C-suite

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 2 months ago

Enter the Chief Digital Officer

Setting the pace for—or simply keeping up with—the digital revolution requires strong digital leadership, and top companies know it. The role of Chief Information Officer (CIO) has never been more critical, or more complex. Today’s CIOs are tasked with creating business value from big data, managing IT consumerization, driving the implementation of digital technology, and even facilitating an increasingly mobile workforce.

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The need for speed: Steve Spear on why faster is better for business, and for the Navy

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 2 months and 5 days ago

Steve Spear is helping the Navy create high-velocity learning

There’s been tremendous encouragement for creativity and innovation as critical elements for success—rightly so. Bringing new forms of value to market creates the chance to reap rewards for providing better solutions to problems, some of which customers may not have even been able to articulate. Less well articulated is the essence of speed in capturing the benefits of new, novel, innovative, and creative.There’s been tremendous encouragement for creativity and innovation as critical elements for success—rightly so. Bringing new forms of value to market creates the chance to reap rewards for providing better solutions to problems, some of which customers may not have even been able to articulate. Less well articulated is the essence of speed in capturing the benefits of new, novel, innovative, and creative.

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