- AdJuggler: Using Data Science to Serve the Right Ad at the Right Time Sponsor/
- Graphic Notes from MIT CISR ARF 2015 Sponsor/
- Aetna: Building a Healthier World via a Digital Ecosystem Sponsor/
- Re-imagining the Digital Workplace Sponsor/
- Defining Your Digital Strategy Sponsor/
In the Media
"Are Analysts Primitive Homo Analysticus?"
By Gary Conkins
November 2, 2015
TechTarget (searchcio.techtarget.com)"#CIOChat: Thriving in the digital economy"
By Brian Holak
October 21, 2015
TechTarget (searchcio.techtarget.com)"Digital Transformation Needs a Good Platform"
By Nicole Laskowski
October 10, 2015
IT News (itnews.com.au)"Why you don’t need an IT expert on your board"
By William Confalonieri
September 25, 2015
Forbes (forbes.com)"Should You Trust Your CEO With Cloud Computing Decisions?"
By Joe McKendrick
September 12, 2015
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.
MIT CISR 2015 Research Projects:
Engaging Your Executive Committee and Board on Digitization
Digitization is impacting all areas of business and therefore requires CEO, Executive Committee (ExCo), and Board involvement. [Learn more…]
Beyond Monetization: Balancing the Risks and Rewards of Data
In a digital economy, data—and the information it produces—is one of a company’s most important assets. [Learn more…]
The New IT Unit Operating Model: Orchestrating the Supply of Resources for Digitization
The IT unit must deftly orchestrate IT supply from diverse and emergent sources as it shapes and enables strategic business demand. [Learn more…]
Business Complexity as a Strategic Choice
In previous research at MIT CISR, we found that product complexity has the potential to increase business performance, but process complexity—which often accompanies product complexity—negatively impacts business performance. [Learn more…]
Becoming a Digital Ecosystem Driver
Over the last two years, MIT CISR has been studying next-generation enterprises that are developing as a result of the rapid increase in digitization. [Learn more…]
Designing Digital Organizations: Strategic Responses to SMACIT-Induced Disruption
The influx of SMACIT (social, mobile, analytics, cloud, Internet of Things) is disrupting industries and companies. [Learn more…]
The Internet of Things
We are entering the era of the connected business model. Potentially, any asset, person, product, process, or source of data can be connected, making a reality of the long forecast connected house, car, factory and ecosystem. [Learn more…]
Inventing the Digital Workplace
BYOD, social media, data security risks, empowerment, open workspaces, flexible work schedules, collaboration tools, global teams, remote workers, the mobile office—many forces have put traditional work arrangements under siege. [Learn more…]
The CIO as Venture Capitalist
CIOs are increasingly being called upon to find new technology-based solutions to facilitate organizational agility and strategic advantage. [Learn more…]