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Participant Questions From the Recent Data and Analytics Webinar: Round 2

On March 15, 2017, MIT SMR held a webinar to share insights from our report, “Analytics as a Source of Business Innovation.” Many participants asked questions during the webinar that we didn’t have time for, so we decided to answer them in blog format instead. This post is the second set of responses.

Research Findings: Analytics as a Source of Business Innovation

Sam Ransbotham and David Kiron, co-authors of the 2017 MIT SMR Data & Analytics Research Report, “Analytics as a Source of Business Innovation,” shared the findings and insights from their research into the changing landscape for companies looking to embed data and analytics into their strategies, processes, and operations.

Questions and Answers About Analytics as a Source of Business Innovation

On March 15, 2017, MIT SMR held a webinar to share insights from our report, “Analytics as a Source of Business Innovation,” which summarizes our findings about the increased ability to innovate with analytics and its benefits across industries. Many participants asked questions during the webinar that we didn’t have time for, so we’ll answer some of them in blog format instead.

Building a Business Creation Engine

  • Research Highlight

In this webinar, Clayton M. Christensen and Derek van Bever, coauthors of the MIT SMR article “The Hard Truth About Business Model Innovation,” explain how business models evolve over time. They explain that it’s possible to turn an event — the act of creating a new business and a new business model — into a repeatable process.

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Free Webinar: Building a Business Creation Engine

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MIT SMR coauthors Clayton Christensen and Derek van Bever discussed their recent article, “The Hard Truth About Business Model Innovation.” They explained how understanding the stages of business model development is crucial to creating a successful process for repeated innovation.

Free Webinar, Dec. 1: IoT and Developing Analytics-Based Data Products

On Dec. 1 at 11 a.m. EST, join MIT SMR coauthors Thomas H. Davenport and Stephan Kudyba in a free, live webinar, where they will discuss their recent article, “Designing and Developing Analytics-Based Data Products.” The authors will look at the ways in which the internet of things, market forces, and evolving technology are changing how companies plan the development of data products. This new product category requires a reworking of the traditional phases of product development.

Data Sharing, Advanced Analytics, and Success with IoT

In this webinar, the authors of MIT SMR‘s research report on the Internet of Things and a representative of one of the report’s primary examples, John Buccola, CIO of WASH Multifamily Laundry Systems, share experiences, findings, and insights from their exploration into how companies are deriving value from the Internet of Things.

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Free Webinar: Platform Strategy and the Internet of Things

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IoT, a “worldwide platform of platforms,” offers power for companies who can capture its value. Watch as Professor Marshall Van Alstyne, author of Platform Revolution, offers insights on how platform strategy and IoT combine to produce value for all players in the ecosystem, using his research and real-life examples. Learn what what platform strategy is and how companies are using IoT to advance their platform strategies

How Future Workspaces Will Improve Productivity and Creativity

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The physical world and the digital world are combining to become “a new hybrid space,” with a blurring of boundaries between areas that are private, public, and shared. Understanding how workforces connect within this new, flexible working environment, says MIT professor Carlo Ratti in a recent webinar, is crucial for designing next-generation offices.

Internet of Things and Product Design

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Products connected to the Internet of Things are providing unprecedented levels of information. A webinar from MIT SMR covers how IoT is changing the way companies can think about what their customers want and how to design the products they need.

IoT and Implications for Organizational Structure

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In this webinar, James Heppelmann, president and chief executive officer of PTC, discusses how IoT is transforming companies’ organizational structures. He illustrates the new need for companies to coordinate across product design, cloud operation, service improvement, and customer engagement, and some of the models for making the transition to a new structure, including centers of excellence and steering committees.

Sustainability and Your Investors

A growing number of investors are paying attention to environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance, as evidence mounts that sustainability-related activities are material to the financial success of a company over time. In this webinar, three co-authors of the latest sustainability research report share findings and insights from their research into how professional investors are incorporating sustainability practices into their decision-making.

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Webinar on Future Workspaces

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Today’s technology does allow global and instantaneous communication, but most of us still commute to offices for work every day. Why? Human aggregation, friction, and the interaction of our minds are vital aspects of work, especially in the creative industries. In a new webinar, MIT professor Carlo Ratti, director of MIT’s Senseable City Lab, discussed how new digital tools are emerging to measure human connections and behavior, and how workspace design can respond.

Integrating Sales and Operations to Create Higher Value for Customers

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Professor Theodore Stank, co-author of “Integrating Supply and Demand” from MIT SMR’s Summer 2015 issue, joined contributing editor Steven Paul to present his research on how some companies have bridged the perennial divide between demand generation and the supply chain in a way that maximizes the value to their customers and to themselves. Professor Stank described how to avoid having sales generation become disconnected from the operations required to fulfill that demand.

Internet of Things in Motion: Analytics and Transportation

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Vast amounts of data are being analyzed to literally help trains run on time. With digitization capturing data on everything from the weight of connected rail cars to the quality of tracks to the terrain trains are traveling through, railway companies are now able to predict when breakdowns might occur and fix those trains proactively. The results are breathtaking: nearly 100% availability of operational trains.

Free Webinar: Integrating Sales and Operations

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On May 12 at 1 pm ET, Professor Theodore Stank, co-author of “Integrating Supply and Demand” from MIT SMR’s Summer 2015 issue, joins contributing editor Steven Paul to present his research on how some companies have bridged the perennial divide between demand generation and the supply chain in a way that maximizes the value to their customers and to themselves. Professor Stank describes how to avoid having sales generation become disconnected from the operations required to fulfill that demand

On Demand: Free Webinar, IoT in Motion

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Siemens’ Gerhard Kress, director of the company’s Mobility Division, has extensive experience in using IoT data and analytics to predict and manage service challenges in the railway industry. He joins MIT SMR senior editor Bruce Posner to discuss how companies that move people and products can capitalize on the opportunity that IoT data offers. Kress will show how the age of Big Data lets transportation companies improve how they manage the multiple challenges affecting their operations.

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