MIT Press author Ron Adner shares how organizations can think about building competitive advantage in new ways.
Ron Adner and Abbie Lundberg
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.
Gerald C. Kane, Rich Nanda, Anh Phillips, and Abbie Lundberg
Kartik Hosanagar’s AI-powered startup aims to help new voices find their way into film and TV.
Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh
College students will want online learning options even after the pandemic ends, a new survey says.
TCS and Halliburton Landmark executives discuss digital transformation in the oil and gas industry.
Manish Sharma and Nagaraj Srinivasan
The COVID-19 pandemic has permanently changed social norms. Although there will be enormous challenges ahead, these changes nonetheless offer business leaders an opportunity to create a future that’s different from — and better than — the prepandemic “business as usual.”
The ease with which consumers have adapted to rapid change signals a future of more disruption.