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The MIT Center for Institutional Research (CISR) is continually examining the impacts of digital disruption and rapid technological innovation, and has crafted a series of management propositions (see list below) that it believes to be representative of the current digital business environment. While there is no definitive playbook for prospering with digital disruption, these propositions are a great starting point for strategy and discussion.
How do your propositions align with those of MIT's CISR?
Join our #CIOChat on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 3 p.m. EST to discuss methods for thriving in the digital economy. Discussion may include whether a CDO should take the lead on a business’s digital transformation, the restructuring that is needed for companies to adapt, the challenges of maintaining an effective platform in a digital economy and if value chains are becoming irrelevant.
Joining SearchCIO editors and followers as our guest expert will be Stephanie Woerner (@SL_Woerner), research scientist at MIT's CISR.
Thriving with digital disruption: Five propositions
- The appointment of the CDO is a cop-out
- Going digital requires organizational surgery
- Value chains are becoming irrelevant
- Don’t have a digitized platform? You’re cooked!
- Forget about products; think solutions
Learn more about MIT's CISR research.
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015
Time: 3 p.m. EST
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