In this webinar, we outline key findings from recent artificial intelligence and business strategy research, including that mandating individual use actually improves employee engagement across multiple dimensions.
Companies stand to benefit from blockchain if they first create a strategic road map and learn from others’ successes.
Ravi Sarathy and Abbie Lundberg
Pairing neuroscience with design thinking can help companies innovate with greater precision.
Paul J. Zak and Abbie Lundberg
Tools for companies and managers to rethink standard customer experience practices.
George Westerman and Ally MacDonald
Digital globalization is transforming innovation, but opposing localization forces create risk that must be managed.
Satish Nambisan, Yadong Luo, and Elizabeth Heichler
During this LinkedIn live event, speakers from Levi Strauss & Co., MIT Sloan Management Review, and Boston Consulting Group outline how AI implementation improves corporate culture.
David Kiron, Shervin Khodabandeh, Katia Walsh, and Allison Ryder
Delivering enterprise applications can be tough and time-consuming — and growing demand for faster delivery makes the job even more challenging.
Lee Edney, Miguel Lopes, and Wade Roush
MIT Press author Ron Adner shares how organizations can think about building competitive advantage in new ways.
Ron Adner and Abbie Lundberg
Tom Davenport and Laks Srinivasan share findings from a recent Return on AI Institute study for which they interviewed more than 45 executives about their organizations’ uses of artificial intelligence.
Thomas H. Davenport, Laks Srinivasan, and Abbie Lundberg
In this webinar, PTC and Deloitte executives discuss augmented reality (AR) benefits and use cases.
A webinar with Michael Campbell, Donald Brady, and moderator Abbie Lundberg
Learn how workplace analytics can be leveraged to build trust and increase employee empowerment.
A webinar with Gabriela Mauch, Michael Schrage, and Julia King
Gerald C. (Jerry) Kane, Rich Nanda, and Anh Phillips, authors of the book The Transformation Myth, outline the traits and principles essential for adapting to disruption, especially following the COVID-19 pandemic.