Currently we are seeking participation in three MIT CISR research surveys. If a survey has a closing date, it is included in the survey’s description. We will share results of individual surveys directly with all respondents in both roundtable formats and written reports; we will also share results at our annual research forums.
Following is a brief description of each survey with the ideal respondent’s profile, a link to the affiliated research project, and the name of a research contact.
IoT Survey – Take it now!
Lead: Barb Wixom
Project: Emerging Business Models for the Internet of Things
This survey investigates how organizations are generating business value through IoT projects. We will analyze if and how various management strategies, capabilities, and management practices impact IoT project outcomes.
- The survey takes 20 minutes to complete
- The ideal respondent: an IoT project leader, champion, or manager
- We can accept multiple candidates per firm that has multiple IoT programs/projects to include
- This survey will remain open until the end of January 2017
Digital Workplace Survey – Take it now!
Lead: Kristine Dery
Project: The Digital Workplace: How Companies Alleviate Work Complexity
This survey examines how companies are designing work and workplaces that enhance the employee experience to add value in the digital economy.
- The survey takes 15 minutes to complete
- The ideal respondent: any executive with responsibility in digital workplace design or management, e.g., CIO, head of digital workplace, head of employee experience, or any member of the workplace management team
Digital Innovation Survey – Take it now!
Lead: Nils Fonstad
Project: Expanding the Reach of Digital Innovation
This survey investigates the various types of innovations and approaches to fostering digital innovation in a company, and their impact on company innovativeness and business outcomes.
- The survey takes 10–15 minutes to complete
- The ideal respondent: a CIO or CTO, head of innovation, or head of digital strategy
- This survey will remain open indefinitely