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43 mins
ILP Video

Digitally Empower the World's Workers

Frederick Goff
Founder & CEO
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41 mins
ILP Video

Disruptive Demographics: Leading a Five-Generation Workforce in Today's Longevity Economy

Joseph Coughlin
Director, MIT AgeLab
Lead, US Department of Transportation, New England University Transportation Center
The key to driving innovation lies in inspiring and motivating your workforce. But how does this apply to today as employers must engage an entire lifespan of workers? Each generation holds their own language, expectations, and life challenges, and addressing these individually is expensive and offers no guarantee of success. Instead, we should consider what these groups have in common. This talk introduces us to the greater ?Gen S? ? that is, Generation Stressed ? whose most in-demand commodity is attention. Employees are constantly juggling an ever-increasing volume, velocity, and complexity of issues that vie for their attention and engagement, and employers must actively compete to both gain and sustain their attention. Drawing upon research in psychology, marketing, and cognitive engineering, this talk will describe the dynamics of Gen S and how employers can attain agenda status for employees across the lifespan.
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36 mins
ILP Video

Spotting Influential Retail Customers for Targeted Offers with Machine Learning

Georgia Perakis
William F Pounds Professor of Management
Professor of Operations Research and Operations Management
MIT Sloan School of Management
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47 mins
ILP Video

Strategy to Execution as well as Simple Rules for Decision Making

Donald Sull
Senior Lecturer
MIT Sloan School of Management
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42 mins
ILP Video

Discovering Your Way to Greatness: How the Most Successful Organizations Repeatedly Get to the Right Answers Fastest

Steven Spear
Senior Lecturer
Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
MIT Sloan School of Management
Knowing how to manage complex undertakings?invention of new science, development of new products, stand up of new systems, operation of sprawling operations?such that new knowledge and skills are developed at incredible speed is a source of sustainable competitive advantage. But how does this advantage translate? We undertake projects, programs, and the like because there is a problem for which no solution exists. It has to be invented, and the faster and easier we discover our way to the right answers, the better for all of our stakeholders. Do that repeatedly and consistently, and competitors cannot keep up. Existing opportunities to build knowledge and skills will be identified during planning, practice, and performance with examples from drug development, software design, social services, and military applications.
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43 mins
ILP Video

Radical Innovation: How to Utilize the Inversion Factor

Sanjay Sarma
Vice President for Open Learning
Fred Fort Flowers (1941) and Daniel Fort Flowers (1941) Professor of Mechanical Engineering
MIT Office of the President
Companies are struggling to keep up with game-changing approaches that are threatening their traditional businesses. The concept of products is under threat. Technologies such as IoT and business trends such as the sharing economy are creating a new design language for crafting solutions to customer needs. For example, Ford might think it is competing with Toyota, but it may actually be competing with Uber or an electric scooter company. Uber is essentially a new offering that leverages the sensors and connectivity of smart phones, the cloud, and gig economy and changing consumer patterns to supplant a product traditionally sold to individuals ? the car. We call this Inversion. This talk will address how to think about this new world and compete in it.
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47 mins
ILP Video

The Strategic Future of KPIs and Accountability: Utilizing Machine Learning to Optimize Performance

Michael Schrage
Research Fellow, MIT Center for Digital Business;
Visiting Fellow, Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship;
Visiting Fellow, Imperial College Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Ongoing performance improvement is essential to sustainable enterprise success. Serious organizations seek increasing returns on their financial, human, and intellectual capital. The concurrent rise of ‘Big Data’ and ‘Machine Learning’ fundamentally changes how leaderships can measure and manage customer value creation.

So how do you want to hold yourself, your key people, key processes, and customers accountable for the future? What do accountability and key performance operationally mean in an era where algorithms are smarter than you are? Increasingly, ML-driven KPIs will lead, guide, and oversee strategic outcomes. Today’s ‘balanced scorecards’ are giving way to 'digital dashboards' that anticipate and predict opportunities, not just synthesize and summarize results. The interplay of Data Governance, Decision Rights, and Predictive KPIs will increasingly determine how organizations deliver profitable growth.
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42 mins
ILP Video

Going Green is Not Black and White

Yossi Sheffi
Elisha Gray II Professor, Engineering Systems, MIT
Professor, MIT Civil and Environmental Engineering
Director, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics
Professor Sheffi explains why companies are not, in general, making the deep investments in sustainability that are required in order to ?move the needle? and why they should not do it. He addresses why consumers are not willing to pay more or sacrifice in the name of environmental sustainability, despite saying so in surveys, and why such behavior may be rational. He also explains how governments contribute to the problem. Professor Sheffi will end with some thoughts and insights about future directions. The presentation and discussion include many examples, and time will be allocated for Q&A and discussion with Professor Sheffi.
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56 mins
ILP Video

Panel Discussion: Data, Not AI, is the Secret Sauce

Michael Schrage
Roy Wilsker
Barbara Wixom
Shimir Varia
Moderator: Michael Schrage
Roy Wilsker (Senior Director, IT; Medtronic)
Barbara Wixom (Senior Researcher; MIT CISR)
Shimir Varia (Global VP, Enterprise Architecture; Anheuser-Bush InBev_
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41 mins
ILP Video

Panel: Building Successful Partnerships: Best Practices for Corporate-Startup Engagements

Sheri Brodeur
Director of Corporate Relations
MIT Corporate Relations
Tor Jakob Ramsøy - Arundo
Andrew Backs - Pilot44 Labs
Charles Purtell - Danaher Corporation
Jana Eggers - Nara Logics
Damon Frost & Kristin Waldo - P&G
Moderator: Sheri Brodeur

Hear from panelists from both large corporations and startups to discuss the challenges and successes of engaging with the other and working together. Now more than ever, collaborative innovation is essential for growth and combating (or leading) market disruption. Startups allow large companies to develop and test new technologies with less risk and overhead; meanwhile, corporations offer advantages of a large network, greater resources, brand recognition, and market knowledge and experience for startups. Collaborating should be a win-win scenario; however, best practices and approach may not always be obvious (or easy) when crossing lines.
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45 mins
ILP Video

Is Your CTO Obsolete? Findings from the MIT CTO Study

Bruce Cameron
Director, System Architecture Lab
Lecturer, Systems Engineering
Chief Technology Officers represent an increasingly valuable role in the C-suite, given recent technology-sector IPO frequency and valuations. However, CTOs are an amorphous group : they range from product developers (e.g. Bobby Murphy of Snap) to R&D portfolio managers (e.g. Dr. Greg Hyslop of Boeing) to technology evangelists (e.g. Werner Vogels of Amazon). Some CTOs deliver enormous value for their companies based on their decision-making and their presence, while others fade into the background noise of corporate overhead. In the face of long-term technology trends, how will you know if your CTO is contributing to the value of the firm? We will summarize the initial findings MIT CTO Study, an ongoing project to characterize the role and performance of CTOs.
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39 mins
ILP Video

MIT Startup Exchange: Introduction with Lightning Talks

Rebecca Xiong
Program Director
MIT Startup Exchange
Nara Logics
Profit Isle
Emtropy Labs
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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