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12.6.2011
41 mins
ILP Video

Driving Digital Transformation

George Westerman
Research Scientist
MIT Center for Digital Business
Dr. Westerman examines executive-level management challenges at the interface between information technology and business units, such as risk management, innovation, and the strategic role of IT. He is currently leading a series of projects examining the impact of digital technology on the management of large firms.
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12.6.2011
40 mins
ILP Video

Big Data: Making Complex Things Simpler

Alex Paul Pentland
Toshiba Professor of Media Arts and Sciences
Head, Human Dynamics Group
Director, Media Lab Entrepreneurship Program
MIT Media Lab
Management challenges like employee productivity, creative output, understanding customer preferences, real estate management, and running successful advertising campaigns all begin to be a lot simpler once we begin looking at these problems through the lens of big data, and especially data about individual behavior. The fundamental insight is that our individual behavior is largely determined by the behavior of the people we interact with, so if you have data about behaviors and social networks you can begin tune your company to much higher levels of performance. How do you get such data? Paradoxically, by giving individuals more control over their data they are happy to share, and both regulators and watchdog groups are happy as well.
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12.6.2011
33 mins
ILP Video

Accelerating Innovation Despite Increasing Complexity

Steven Spear
Senior Lecturer
Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Engineering Systems Division
MIT Sloan School of Management
Mastering the design and management of ever more complex systems is necessary to bring successful products and services to market. Cars, once purely mechanical devices, require organizations master and integrate engineering skills across myriad materials, electrical and computer engineering, closed loop control systems, telemetry and the like. Healthcare diagnostics--once the 'touch and feel' of the physician, some x-ray and limited labs--now require excellence and integration across multiple imaging technologies, chemical and genetic testing, and so forth. Treatments are likely to incorporate the contributions of various surgical and medical disciplines. The same explosion on complexity to deliver value is true in natural resource extraction and IT. Many organizations succumb to confusion and chaos in the face of this trend. This talk will explain how the standouts master complexity and so compete most successfully.
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12.6.2011
36 mins
ILP Video

Do Innovators Need Strategy?

Scott Stern
School of Management Distinguished Professor of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management
MIT Sloan School of Management
Stern explores how innovation ? the production and distribution of "ideas" ? differs from more traditional economic goods, and the implications of these differences for entrepreneurship, business strategy, and public policy. His research in the economics of innovation and entrepreneurship focuses on the drivers of commercialization strategy for technology entrepreneurs, the determinants of R&D productivity in both the public and private sector, and the role of incentives and organizational design on the process of innovation.
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12.6.2011
42 mins
ILP Video

Maintaining Entrepreneurial Flexibility in Established Organizations

Aleksandra Kacperczyk
Assistant Professor of Strategy
MIT Sloan School of Management
Professor Kacperczyk's current research explores how entrepreneurial processes interact with organizational boundaries in knowledge-intensive industries via an individuals decision to found a new venture inside the organization or leave to launch a new idea through a start-up. Using biographical data on portfolio managers in the mutual fund and hedge fund industries over the last two decades, she examines how school ties, identity, and career imprinting affect an individuals entrepreneurship choices.
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