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  • Lessons From the Maker Movement

    Businesses can innovate and thrive by nurturing a “creator” mindset.

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  • Share Your Long-Term Thinking

    Companies need to be more forthcoming about their strategies for long-term value creation when they communicate with investors — especially about environmental, societal, and governance issues.

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  • Using Analytics to Improve Customer Engagement

    The 2018 Data & Analytics Global Executive Study and Research Report by MIT Sloan Management Review finds that innovative, analytically mature organizations make use of data from multiple sources: customers, vendors, regulators, and even competitors. The report, based on MIT SMR’s eighth annual data and analytics global survey of over 1,900 business executives, managers, and analytics professionals, explores companies leading the way with analytics and customer engagement.

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  • When Jobs Become Commodities

    Even if your job is high paying, it is wise to ask yourself whether it is common and repetitive enough to be done by a machine. If you conclude that it is, it’s time to look for — or create — less commoditized work.

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  • Integrating Analytics in Your Organization: Lessons from the Sports Industry

    The successful use of analytics in sports, both on the field and off, comes down to integrating analytics within an organization. Three strategies — collaborative analytics, a common language, and accessible technology — are key.

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  • Reshaping Business with Artificial Intelligence: Closing the Gap Between Ambition and Action

    Disruption from artificial intelligence (AI) is here, but many company leaders aren’t sure what to expect from AI or how it fits into their business model. Yet with change coming at breakneck speed, the time to identify your company’s AI strategy is now. MIT Sloan Management Review has partnered with The Boston Consulting Group to provide baseline information on the strategies used by companies leading in AI, the prospects for its growth, and the steps executives need to take to develop a strategy for their business.

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  • Has A Customer Already Developed Your Next Project?

    Customers’ or suppliers’ descriptions of what they need may provide design elements for your next new product. Companies should listen carefully and identify whether need statements have opportunities for innovation embedded in them.

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  • Big Data and IT Talent Drive Improved Patient Outcomes at Schumacher Clinical Partners

    Changing consumer expectations, new regulations, and an influx of patient data has created a perfect storm for health care organizations like Schumacher Clinical Partners to rethink how they leverage digital tools to better serve their patients and providers.

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  • When People Don't Trust Algorithms

    Even when faced with evidence that an algorithm will deliver better results than human judgment, we consistently choose to follow our own minds. Why? MIT Sloan Management Review editor in chief Paul Michelman sat down with the University of Chicago’s Berkeley Dietvorst to find out.

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  • Summer 2017

    The Summer 2017 edition of MIT Sloan Management Review

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