His research investigates how information technology changes the way companies perform, organize themselves, and compete. At a higher level, his work also focuses on how computerization affects competition, society, the economy, and the workforce. In addition to having numerous papers published, Professor McAfee also writes a widely read blog, which is at times one of the 10,000 most popular in the world. He is the author or co-author of more than 100 articles, case studies and other materials for students and teachers of technology. Prior to joining MIT Sloan, McAfee was a professor at Harvard Business School. He has also served as a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School. McAfee received his doctorate from Harvard Business School, and completed two Master of Science and two Bachelor of Science degrees at MIT. He speaks frequently to both academic and industry audiences, and has taught in executive education programs around the world.
Why Andrew McAfee believes we'll easily meet our challenges and take better care of the people who inhabit the world of the future, without experiencing sustained shortages of food or other...
In this Wired editorial, Andrew McAfee discusses how over the last 12 years, smartphones have helped dematerialize our consumption of countless other products.
Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson are co-authors of the new book “Machine, Platform, Crowd: Harnessing our Digital Future,” being hailed as “a must-read road map” for success in the digital...
For years, Andrew McAfee has talked about technology and the future with leaders at the most innovative companies. Now you can listen in.
What it can — and cannot — do for your organization.
GE used ‘crowdfunding’ to gauge interest in a new ice maker. McDonald’s has begun adding self-service ordering in all its U.S. locations.
Robots are changing how we work, retiring some jobs and creating others. NBC's Stephanie Ruhle interviews MIT's Andrew McAfee about how to stay ahead of the disruption.
On "60 Minutes", Professors Erik Brynjolfsson and Andy McAfee discuss robots and the effect on job growth.
Sessions at the event explored everything from machine learning and internet of things (IoT) to business leadership and talent management -- and the SearchCIO team was there to cover it all.
At the MIT CIO Symposium in Cambridge, MA, thought leaders in AI explained how we have entered 'the second wave of the second machine age' and what it means for enterprise leaders.
Digital Business Strategy: Harnessing Our Digital Future (self-paced online)
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