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What’s Your Digital Business Model?: Six Questions to Help You Build
the Next-Generation Enterprise

Digital transformation is not about technology—it’s about change. And it is not whether that change will come, but a question of when and how.

As part of MIT CISR Digital Business Models research they began in 2012, Peter Weill and Stephanie Woerner have collected data and stories from more than a thousand enterprises. This research has led to a simple but powerful framework and language to help executives think about their competitive environments in the digital era. In a new book published by Harvard Business Review Press, Weill and Woerner identify six key questions to inform an enterprise’s transformation strategy.

Learn more about the DBM research and the book.

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May 23, 2018

Realizing Synergies from Digital Innovations—a panel moderated
by Nils O. Fonstad

Redesigning the Digital Workplace for Agile@Scale—a panel moderated by Kristine Dery

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By Esther Shein
May 24, 2018


4 lessons for CIOs of the future
By Barbara Darrow
May 24, 2018