Questions of strategy are universal, and managers tackle a range of topics that are central to how their organizations can compete in today’s fast-moving business landscape. The MIT SMR Strategy Forum offers a monthly glimpse into the minds of academic experts on pressing strategy issues related to business, management, technology, and public policy.
Our experts weigh in on market implications from California’s new consumer privacy act.
Our experts weigh in on whether corporations are now planning for the risks climate change poses.
How will companies respond to Trump administration rollbacks of environmental regulations?
Will the new Business Roundtable Statement have material impact for American workers?
Will Chinese technology companies gain a first-mover advantage in the race for 5G?
Strategy experts weigh in on possible impacts of a complete U.K. separation from the European Union.
The MIT SMR Strategy Forum examines whether industry self-regulation can mitigate climate change.
The MIT SMR Strategy Forum examines whether Amazon’s new $15 per hour minimum wage for workers will force rivals to follow suit.
The MIT SMR Strategy Forum examines whether restrictions on skilled immigration in the United States will cause business to shift operations overseas.
The MIT SMR Strategy Forum examines how self-driving cars will affect Uber’s on-demand transportation success.
The MIT SMR Strategy Forum examines how a trade war will affect the economy.
The MIT SMR Strategy Forum examines whether privacy concerns limit the use of consumer data.