MIT Sloan Management Review

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  • Faster Results From Supply Chain Analytics
    MIT SMR authors Melissa Bowers, Adam Petrie, and Mary Holcomb as they discuss the phases of Analytics Insight Cycle Time, present case studies for actual success, and suggest steps supply chain executives can take to reduce cycle times and to ultimately make supply chain analytics a transformational and competitive resource in their organizations.
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  • Creating a Data Driven Enterprise: Real Life Cases
    In this discussion, panelists discussed Intermountain Healthcare, GE, Nedbank, and the city of Amsterdam's efforts to become more data driven. This set of diverse organizations in a range of industries and geographies offers a unique perspective on the challenges and opportunities associated with becoming a data-driven organization.
  • Platform Strategy and the Internet of Things
    Professor Marshall Van Alstyne, coauthor of Platform Revolution, provides insights on how platform strategy and IoT combine to produce value for all players in the ecosystem, using real-life examples from organizations.
  • Data Sharing, Advanced Analytics, and Success with IoT
    In this webinar, authors and participants of MIT SMR's new research report on the IoT discuss how companies are deriving value from the Internet of Things.
  • Data Sharing, Advanced Analytics, and Success with IoT
    In this webinar, authors and participants of MIT SMR's new research report on the IoT discuss how companies are deriving value from the Internet of Things.
  • Frontiers, How Will Technology Transform Management?
    Paul Michelman, Editor in Chief of MIT Sloan Management Review, asked leaders in the field, "How will technology transform management over the next five years, in a way we have not yet witnessed?"
  • Frontiers, Ethics and the Algorithm
    Paul Michelman, Editor in Chief of MIT Sloan Management Review, cites essayists who ask "Have we given too much influence to the people who write the algorithms?"
  • Frontiers, The Human Side of Digital Transformation
    Paul Michelman, Editor in Chief of MIT Sloan Management Review, on the responsibility we have to each other to take care of our fellow humans as digital transformation progresses.
  • Frontiers, Machines and Humans as Colleagues
    Paul Michelman, MIT SMR Editor in Chief, on a Frontiers theme: smart technology means that increasingly humans manage machines, and vice versa.
  • Frontiers, The Essayists
    We asked the leading thinkers in this topic area to give their thoughts on the digital future of management. Essayists include Lynda Gratton, Tim O'Reilly, George Westerman, Reif Hoffman, and other leading lights.
  • Frontiers, MIT SMR Looks at Tech and Mgmt
    The most profound changes in management will come from technology and digital innovation, says Paul Michelman, Editor in Chief, and MIT SMR is taking a special interest in this phenomenon.
  • Frontiers, Radical Transparency
    Technology will force companies to be far more transparent than they have been up until now.
  • Frontiers, Reader Reaction
    Paul Michelman, Editor in Chief of MIT SMR, expects that readers will get an opportunity to think more deeply about some of the most transformative changes caused by digital innovation.
  • Frontiers, Why MIT SMR Is Exploring Technology's Impact on Management
    According to Paul Michelman, Editor in Chief of MIT Sloan Management Review, MIT SMR feels a special responsibility to address digital innovation and management because of its mission and its home inside MIT.
  • The Analytics Talent Dividend
    The authors of MIT Sloan Management Review’s research report, "The Talent Dividend," will share the findings and insights from their research into how companies hire and retain data and analytics talent. Read the full report at http://mitsmr.com/1Fu7Ymd
  • How Collaboration Advances Your Sustainability Efforts
    The authors of the Winter 2015 sustainability research report by MIT Sloan Management Review, The Boston Consulting Group and the United Nations Global Compact, share findings and insights from their research into sustainability practices. Read the full report at http://sloanreview.mit.edu/sustainability2015

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