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Features

  • Global Supply Chain Management: Digital Supply Chain & Logistics

    The Roundtable on Digital Strategies convened in Hanover, NH to discuss the interdependence of global markets and supply chain.

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  • Occupational Survival through Field-Level Task Integration

    Some occupations thrived after the dawn of computers. Others went extinct. In a new research paper, Professor Steven Kahl D’91 explores why.

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  • Big data, privacy, and the healthcare industry

    Paul Connelly, VP and CISO of Hospital Corporation of America, discusses healthcare and information security.

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Mission

The Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies focuses on the enabling role of digital technologies in business strategy and innovation. Our mission is to advance the theory and practice of management in a digital, networked economy and to link practitioners and scholars in ways that build economic value.

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We fulfill our mission by concentrating on the three following areas:

Scholarly Research

Connecting practice with scholarship anchored on IT enabled business strategy and processes.

Executive Dialogue

Convening roundtables focused on the role of the CIO to enable business strategy.

MBA Enrichment

Bringing digital strategies to students through informative forums, exposure to executives, experiential learning, classes and case development.

Our People: A Diverse Group of Amazing Thinkers

  • Core Team VIEW ALL
    Alva H. Taylor

    Faculty Director
    Associate Professor of Business Administration

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  • Executive Fellows VIEW ALL
    Edward G. Happ

    Global CIO
    International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

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  • Alumni MBA Fellows VIEW ALL
    Supreet Ahluwalia T’07

    Vice President
    Opera Solutions, LLC

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  • MBA Fellows VIEW ALL
    Monique Alves T’17

    Tech Interests: Mobile, aging and technology

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Britt Technology Impact Series

Former Netflix VP of Product, Gibson Biddle T’91 discusses candidly his experience and a series of decisions made by the team at Netflix while developing a product that highly relies on customer centricity.