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09.28.2017
48 mins
ILP Video

Reflections on the Glass Ceiling

Roberto Fernandez
William F Pounds Professor of Management
Professor of Organization Studies
Co-Director, Economic Sociology Ph.D Program
MIT Sloan School of Management
For years' gender inequality has been prevalent in the work force. Numerous studies have examined these patterns of gender inequality in organizational advancement but findings have been less clear on the mechanisms that produce these descriptive patterns. How can we further research in this area? How can a manager prevent gender inequality? What must an organization do to ameliorate the glass ceiling? Professor Roberto Fernandez will critically review the research on gender patterns of allocation in organizational hierarchies, and present key findings drawn from his research conducted on this topic over the past 15 years.
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09.28.2017
34 mins
ILP Video

Managing the Last Mile: Density, Data, and Technology

Matthias Winkenbach
Research Associate
Director, MIT Megacity Logistics Lab
Center for Transportation and Logistics
There are three major complexities facing those who manage last-mile distribution: increasing density in megacities, increasing fragmentation of urban demand, and ever-increasing customer expectations. How can technology and data improve last-mile logistics? What unique challenges do managers face? How can you understand shifting consumer expectations and the evolution of omni-channel retail and delivery in city environments? Join Matthias Winkenbach to explore how companies can reach customers on their own terms, where they live, work, shop, or play, anywhere on the globe.
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09.28.2017
31 mins
ILP Video

Monetizing Your Data: Three Ways To Convert Your Data into Financial Returns

Barbara Wixom
Principal Research Scientist
MIT Center for Information Systems Research
The possession of rich amounts of data is hardly unique in today?s world. But the ability to monetize data effectively ? and not simply hoard it ? can be a source of competitive advantage in the digital economy. Join Professor Barb Wixom to discuss three ways to monetize your data: (1) improving internal business processes and decisions to get process lift, (2) wrapping information around core products and services to get product lift, and (3) selling information offerings to new and existing markets. Each method offers unique capabilities and commitments that may not work for every corporation.
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09.28.2017
38 mins
ILP Video

Designed for Digital: How Companies Will Succeed in the 21st Century

Jeanne W. Ross
Principal Research Scientist
Director, Center for Information Systems Research
MIT Center for Information Systems Research
It?s easy to think that digital business success depends on becoming more mobile, social, and analytical. But that barely hints at how digital technologies are changing business. SMACIT (social, mobile, analytics, cloud, internet of things)?and more recent technology arrivals like artificial intelligence, robotics, and biometrics?are ridiculously affordable, easy to use, and powerful. Anyone can acquire and use these technologies?your customers, your employees, your partners, your competitors (and your future competitors). Consequently, you will never generate a competitive edge by simply adopting some digital technology. How will companies create competitive advantage digitally? Speed and integration?the antithesis of what most established companies are designed for. Thus to become more agile and integrated, companies must not only use digital technologies effectively, they must fundamentally redesign themselves. Drawing on examples such as Philips, LEGO, Schneider Electric, and BNY Mellon, we describe how big, old companies are designing themselves for digital success.
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09.28.2017
50 mins
ILP Video

Bursting Out of the CEO Bubble: Knowing the Unknown

Hal Gregersen
Executive Director, MIT Leadership Center
Senior Lecturer
MIT Sloan School of Management
How can you know what you don't know? What steps can you take to break out of your bubble and see the reality of what's happening in the world and in your business? Professor Hal Gregersen will discuss concrete ways to help you ask the right questions so that you can gain access to information about your business and break out of the CEO bubble.
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09.27.2017
39 mins
ILP Video

The Big Shift: Management and Strategy in the Second Machine Age

Andrew McAfee
Principal Research Scientist
MIT Sloan School of Management
How does the work of running a successful company change when:
* Algorithms outperform human experts in more and more domains?
* Computers can be creative and personable?
* Asset-light platforms spread across industries?
* Even extremely sophisticated products become commoditized?
* Many organizations can be bested at their core competence by an online crowd?
* Blockchains, smart contracts, and other technologies of extreme decentralization promise the demise of the corporation?
Drawing on insights from Machine | Platform | Crowd, his most recent book with Erik Brynjolfsson, Dr. McAfee will address these and other questions. He'll provide a vision, sure to spark lively discussion, of what successful companies will look like in as we move deeper into a time of brilliant technologies.
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09.27.2017
28 mins
ILP Video

Dynamic Work Design: Visualizing Work

Nelson Repenning
School of Management Distinguished Associate Professor of System Dynamics and Organization Studies
Director, MIT Executive MBA
MIT Sloan School of Management
How do you stitch together multiple disparate sources of data on your customers? How do you do this when the data you have on an individual customer is sparse? Join Professor Vivek Farias to hear about how Slice Learning can be used to learn from sparse, multivariate data. This new paradigm has broad ranging applications, from medical imaging to content personalization.
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09.27.2017
47 mins
ILP Video

MIT Startup Exchange Introduction and Lightning Talks

John Andrews,
Aaron Howell,
Abhi Yadav,
Matt Osman,
Jon Garrity,
Rony Kubat,
Ben Vigoda,
Joshua Feast,
Vinayak Ranade,
Anjali Midha,
Molly Bales,
Yan Liu
MIT Startup Exchange actively promotes collaboration and partnerships between MIT-connected startups and industry. Qualified startups are those founded and/or led by MIT faculty, staff, or alumni, or are based on MIT-licensed technology. Industry participants are principally members of MIT’s Industrial Liaison Program (ILP).

MIT Startup Exchange maintains a propriety database of over 1,500 MIT-connected startups with roots across MIT departments, labs and centers; it hosts a robust schedule of startup workshops and showcases, and facilitates networking and introductions between startups and corporate executives.

STEX25 is a startup accelerator within MIT Startup Exchange, featuring 25 “industry ready” startups that have proven to be exceptional with early use cases, clients, demos, or partnerships, and are poised for significant growth. STEX25 startups receive promotion, travel, and advisory support, and are prioritized for meetings with ILP’s 230 member companies.

MIT Startup Exchange and ILP are integrated programs of MIT Corporate Relations.
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09.27.2017
32 mins
ILP Video

The Good Jobs Strategy: How Human Centered Operations Can Lead to Success

Zeynep Ton
Adjunct Associate Professor of Operations Management
MIT Sloan School of Management
Just paying employees well isn?t enough. For a business to succeed it must have operational procedures that allow for high productivity and empower employees to contribute to a company?s success. Professor Zeynep Ton will discuss the importance of a human-centered operations strategy and how operational innovation can increase the productivity and contributions of workers and create positive outcomes where customers become fans and your organization is set up for success.
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09.27.2017
32 mins
ILP Video

Lessons from SuperSoaker: Strengthening Your Patents to Protect Your IP

Benjamin Roin
Assistant Professor of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management
Associate Member, Broad Institute
MIT Sloan School of Management
How do you take a patent from a place of weakness to a place of strength? How can you make sure that the right people are making the decisions about what to patent? Should patents be based on technology or is it more effective to approach patents from the business side? Join Professor Ben Roin to discuss strategies for creating powerful patents that will better protect your intellectual property.
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09.27.2017
35 mins
ILP Video

Winning the Fire Drill: How Not to Lose the "Middle Game" of Your Company's IIoT Transformation

John Carrier
Senior Lecturer
MIT Sloan School of Management
As in chess, the most perilous part of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) transition is the ?middle game? ? where the number of options to choose from is highest, yet visibility into the consequences of any individual decision or action is at its lowest. Fortunately, there are over fifty years of theory and experience in System Dynamics to help you make consistently better decisions as you lead your organization through the ?quagmire of execution.? Join John Carrier to learn the fundamental system principles for managing the hundreds of ?small decisions? that will ultimately determine the outcome of your IIoT initiative. Carrier will also highlight the cultural aspects of technological adoption within the context of an existing operation.
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