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Virtual Learning & Networking

MIT CISR Digital Leadership Summit 2022

May 10 & 11, 2022

This small, interactive, invitation-only event is held annually for C-Suite executives from MIT CISR's global consortium. To enable participation by our global membership at this online event, we will offer the same content twice, live both times via Zoom.

This MIT CISR event is held exclusively for our sponsor and patron organizations (see list below) and a small number of invited guests. Please contact the MIT CISR event team if you have any questions about event registration.

Our Agenda

May 10, 5:00–7:30 PM EDT
and repeated on May 11, 7:00–9:30 AM EDT
Session Presenter(S)
Welcome & Introduction Stephanie Woerner

Dashboarding Your Transformation: The What & The How

A very common question that boards and senior executives ask during a digitally-enabled transformation is "How are we doing?" We propose that companies create real-time dashboards that monitor two aspects of value from digital: 

  • WHAT value is captured, tracking this over time
  • HOW value is created via the development of organizational and individual Future Ready capabilities

The combination of the what and how of creating and capturing value from digital drives the company toward becoming Future Ready. In this session, Peter will share MIT CISR reearch on dashboarding, using Schneider Electric as an example, and in breakout groups, have participants share a lesson learned from dashboarding. 

Peter Weill 

Interview Sessions

There is little doubt that the future of business is digital. Having a top management team (TMT) that undestands the role of digital in the firm's success makes a huge differnce. MIT CISR research shows that large firms whose executive teams have that understanding—which we call digital savvy—outperformed other firms by more than 48% based on revenue growth and valuation. Peter Weill will interview a CEO/CIO team from two different member companies during each of our event options:

  • May 10: CarMax CEO William Nash and CIO Shamim Mohammad
  • May 11: Zoetis CEO Kristin Peck and CIO Wafaa Mamilli
 

Building an Artificial Intelligence Explanation

AI pushes an organization's limits when it comes to data monetization capability: it requires better data, faster processing, and more critical oversight. And, in fact, MIT CISR research has identified an additional capability—AI Explanation—that organizations need to build to fully exploit the power of their AI-fueled initiatives. In this session, Barb will describe the AI Explanation capability and what practices organizations used to build it. This session will include a series of polls that evaluate the state of AI and inspire discussion.

Barb Wixom
     
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Coming soon!

Available on October 18, 2022 from the Harvard Business Review Press and other booksellers.

MIT SLOAN CENTER FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS RESEARCH 

Founded in 1974 and grounded in the MIT tradition of rigorous field-based research, MIT CISR helps executives meet the challenge of leading dynamic, global, and information-intensive organizations. Through research, teaching, and events, the center stimulates interaction among scholars, students, and practitioners. More than seventy-five firms sponsor our work and participate in our consortium. 

MIT CISR Patrons
AlixPartners
Avanade
Axway, Inc.
Collibra
Pegasystems Inc.
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Standard Bank Group (South Africa)
The Ogilvy Group
MIT CISR Sponsors
Allstate Insurance Company
Amcor
ANZ Banking Group (Australia)
Australian Taxation Office
AustralianSuper
Banco Bradesco S.A. (Brazil)
Banco do Brasil S.A.
Bank of Queensland (Australia)
BlueScope Steel (Australia)
BNP Paribas (France)
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Cabot Corporation
CarMax
Caterpillar, Inc.
CEMEX (Mexico)
Charles River Laboratories, Inc.
CIBC (Canada)
Cochlear Limited (Australia)
Commonwealth Superannuation Corp. (Australia)
Credit Suisse (Switzerland)
Cuscal Limited (Australia)
CVS Health
DBS Bank Ltd. (Singapore)
Doosan Corporation (Korea)
Fidelity Investments
Fomento Economico Mexicano, S.A.B., de C.V.
Fortum (Finland)
General Mills, Inc.
General Motors Corporation
Henkel AG & Co. (Germany)
Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan)
HSBC Technology & Services (USA) Inc.
Johnson & Johnson (J&J)
Kaiser Permanente
King & Wood Mallesons (Australia)
Koç Holding (Turkey)
Mercer
National Australia Bank Ltd.
Nomura Holdings, Inc. (Japan)
Nomura Research Institute, Ltd. Systems Consulting Division (Japan)
OECD
Pacific Life Insurance Company
Pioneer Natural Resources USA Inc.
Posten Norge AS (Norway)
Principal Financial Group
Procter & Gamble
QBE
Raytheon Technologies
Reserve Bank of Australia
Royal Philips (Netherlands)
Santander UK/Grupo Santander
SC Global Tubular Solutions
Scentre Group Limited (Australia)
Schneider Electric Industries SAS (France)
Scotts Miracle-Gro
State Street Corp.
Stockland (Australia)
Suncorp Group (Australia)
Teck Resources Limited (Canada)
Tetra Pak (Sweden)
Trinity Health
Truist Financial Corporation
UniSuper Management Pty Ltd (Australia)
USAA
Webster Bank, N.A.
Westpac Banking Corporation (Australia)
WestRock Company
Wolters Kluwer
Zoetis Services LLC
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