The digital future is here, and the threat of disruption looms large. In a rapidly expanding digital marketplace, legacy companies without a clear digital transformation strategy are being left behind. COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the transition to a digital future. To succeed companies must embark on the difficult path of digital transformation…and that doesn’t mean creating another app. But what does digital transformation mean for your company and your business? How can we stay on the top of these rapid changes? What challenges have many high-profile companies faced? How can you prepare to succeed in a changing digital climate?
Join the MIT Industrial Liaison Program for this webinar series to discuss the successes—and failures—of digital transformation from taking the right approach to squeezing the most value out of your data to embracing and maintaining the transformation.
New technologies, including innovations in AI, robotics, additive manufacturing, blockchain, digitalization, and quantum computing, are constantly changing business structures and platforms. On a products and marketing front, there is a need for greater experimentation using these technologies to better engage customers. Meanwhile from the management and HR perspective, the very same new technologies might create labor concerns and challenge the future of work. Join the MIT Industrial Liaison Program for the Innovations in Management Webinars to hear from MIT faculty, industry, and MIT-connected startups about their commitment to shaping management in a digital era.
COVID-19 has effected manufacturing in many ways, both predictable and unpredictable. Join the MIT Industrial Liaison Program and Dr. Brian Anthony to find out what companies can do today to mitigate risks and manage production.
Voting in a healthy and secure manner will require the U.S. to expand the availability of mail balloting and the reengineering of thousands of polling places to create a safe environment. Achieving neither of these goals will be easy, and will face unprecedented logistical and political hurdles. This talk will lay out the case in favor of a two-pronged approach to dealing with the challenges of voting in the midst of COVID-19, and provide thoughts about how well the nation is preparing for the November election in light of what we have seen—and are seeing—in the spring and summer primaries.
Join MIT Corporate Relations for a webinar and discussion with Professor Dimitris Bertsimas on his group’s contributions to the COVID-19 crisis using analytics. His group has developed models to predict state by state infection and mortality rates based upon each state’s policy decisions, and models to predict infections without testing, as well as mortality risk of those who are admitted to hospitals with the disease. Dimitris Bertsimas is the Associate Dean of Business Analytics, Boeing Professor of Operations Research, and faculty director of the Master of Business Analytics at MIT and has started several companies, authored many books, and mentored hundreds of graduate students. Below is further information on the event, and we look forward to your participation.
PE-Short Program-Additive Manufacturing: From 3D Printing to the Factory Floor, John Hart