The 2nd MIT CISR blog post in a series
by Peter Weill & Stephanie L. Woerner
MIT CISR Research Poll: SMACIT—The Great Disruptor
SMACIT technologies—social, mobile, analytics, cloud, internet of things—are starting to have an impact on business strategies. As part of our Digital Strategy project, MIT CISR is studying where and how these impacts will manifest themselves.
Learn more about MIT CISR’s current research projects.
MIT CISR SURVEY ON BOARDS
AND DIGITAL DISRUPTION
This survey explores how effectively non-executive boards of companies are handling issues of digital disruption that could affect the success of the company. By digital disruption, we mean the impact of mobile devices, Internet of Things, omni-channel, big data, social media, new online competitors (e.g., retailers moving into financial services), and other issues stemming from digitization.
Your participation in this 15-minute survey
is voluntary, and you may decline to answer
any question. Any identifying information you provide will be kept confidential by the MIT
Center for Information Systems Research (CISR). Answers will be used solely to aggregate statistics, and we will never specifically identify you or your company to any party.
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