- Managing Total Digitization: The Next Frontier Sponsor/
- The Next Generation Enterprise: Thriving in an Increasingly Digital Ecosystem Sponsor/
- The IT Unit of the Future: To Be or Not to Be? Sponsor/
- Working Smarter: Implications of Ubiquitous Data Sponsor/
- Total Digitization: Managing Your Enterprise's Digital Assets Sponsor/
- Jun 17, 2013MIT CISR Summer Session
- Sep 23, 2013MIT CISR CIO Workshop—Boston, MA
- Nov 06, 2013MIT CISR Two-day Annual Patron & Sponsor Research Forum
- Dec 11, 2013MIT CISR International Executive Forum—Melbourne, Australia
In the Media
New Zealand GCIO news
"Insights from MIT digital transformation research"
On workshop by Peter Weill and Peter Reynolds
The Smart Manager (India)
"Long Story Short on 'Softscaling'"
By Peter Weill
March-April 2013, Vol. 12, Issue 2
MIT Sloan Management Review (sloanreview.mit.edu)
"Optimizing Your Digital Business Model"
By Peter Weill and Stephanie L. Woerner
March 19, 2013
Verint Blog (verint.com/verint-blog/)
"Innovation in Retail Banking: Setting the Tone"
Summary of Jeanne Ross' presentation
at Celent's 2013 Innovation & Insight Day
By Jenni Palocsik
March 11, 2013
Based on our mission to develop concepts and frameworks to help executives address the IT-related challenges of leading increasingly dynamic, global, and information-intensive organizations, MIT CISR researchers focus on year-long specific and applicable projects. The relevance of our research is ensured by the active participation of corporate sponsors from a range of industries.
MIT CISR research projects are typically a collaboration of several researchers and often include MIT students. Research results are disseminated primarily through working papers, research briefings, an annual conference, and sponsor forums.
Current MIT CISR Research Projects:
Driving Enterprise-wide Digital Innovation: The Critical Role(s) of IT
The digital economy has elevated the demand for, and pace of, digital innovation. To address this pressure, companies have adopted multiple approaches to innovation… [Learn more...]
The New Digital Ecosystems
What are enterprises going to look like in the next five to seven years? The world is rapidly digitizing and connecting individuals, enterprises, devices, governments and transactions into new kinds of partnerships and collaborations. [Learn more...]
Managing the Complexity of Making Your Customers’ Lives Simple
In the “digital” economy customers are still at the center of doing business. A number of companies have excelled in their interactions with customers by making their customers’ lives simpler. [Learn more...]
Achieving Total Digitization
Enterprises are digitizing rapidly but in the process are often creating multiple islands of digital capabilities (e.g., production robots, CAD, digitized products, ERP, sensors). [Learn more...]
IT Supply and Demand: World-Class Management of Digital Resources
In the digital economy, management of IT supply and demand may ultimately determine how effectively a company can compete.
Engaging Your Customers with Mobile Apps
As customers become more enmeshed in an increasingly digitized environment, enterprises need to develop new ways of interacting with them. As part of their digital business model, many enterprises are developing mobile apps to engage their customers. [Learn more...]
Drowning in Data but Starving for Insight: How to Thrive in an Information-rich World
In a digital economy, data—and the information it produces—is one of a company’s most important assets. Protecting and leveraging that asset is one of a company’s greatest challenges. [Learn more...]