Review the list of MIT CISR’s
2016 research projects, including
descriptions and team leaders.
MIT CISR Research Poll on the Digital Workplace: Objectives and Initiatives
|At MIT CISR, we believe that the Digital Workplace is a fundamentally different way of working designed to deliver the capabilities that contribute to building value in the digital era. Organizations are exploring this in different ways, with varying expectations around how workplace changes can help in producing value. (The MIT CISR August 2015 research briefing— “The Digital Workplace Transforming Business: The Case of Deloitte Australia”—describes one organization’s approach.) The results of this poll will feed into a larger research project.|
Learn more about MIT CISR’s current research projects.
A benefit of MIT CISR sponsorship is the opportunity to propose and possibly be involved in Sloan MBA student project work, facilitated by faculty mentors, as part of Action Learning at MIT Sloan. Action Learning is a pedagogical approach that emphasizes student engagement in projects designed to have measurable business impact. A growing portfolio of fifteen Labs offer hands-on opportunities to put theory into practice. Students are from MBA, Sloan Fellow, Leaders for Management/Leaders for Global Operations (LFM/LGO), M.S., and Management Studies (MSMS) programs.
Students who participate in T-LAB are seeking:
• Challenging “real-world” projects with measurable impact
• Access to passionate sponsors
• A well-scoped deliverable
• Connection to the “big picture”
Sponsor companies that are interested in hosting a project must complete a proposal by January 6, 2016 and be available for the pitch night in February.
As MIT CISR Research Patrons & Sponsors, more than 80 organizations currently experience the value of our innovation and research. Click the “view all” button above for a complete list. We are grateful to our newest member organizations:
• National Disability Insurance Scheme (Australia)
• Owens Corning
• The Procter & Gamble Company
• Schindler Digital Business AG (Switzerland)
“Top CIO tech topics of 2015: Anything but business as usual“
By Linda Tucci
December 30, 2015
“6 Factors to Support Digital Workplace Initiatives“
By Elizabeth Wellington
December 22, 2015
“Why new IAG chief Peter Harmer had to shelve his Asia plans“
By Joanne Gray
December 4, 2015
“How USAA Architected its Business
for Life Event Integration“
By Martin Mocker, Jeanne W. Ross,
and Craig Hopkins
December 1, 2015