About the Center
The center focuses its research on the impact of information technology that enables firms to integrate and collaborate with their customers and supply chain partners. Read More ›
The Center for Digital Strategies at the Tuck School of Business focuses on enabling business strategy. Digital strategies and information technology that harness a company's unique competencies can push business strategy to a new level. At the center, we foster intellectual leadership by forging a learning community of scholars, executives, and students focused on the role of digital strategies in creating competitive advantage in corporations and value chains. We accomplish this mission by conducting high-impact research; creating a dialog between CIOs and their functional executive colleagues; and driving an understanding of digital strategies into the MBA curriculum. More >
The Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies is dedicated to advancing the theory and practice of management in the digital, networked economy. Ed Glassmeyer (shown left) and Roger McNamee, both Tuck alumni in the technology venture capital arena agreed on the need for increased research and thought leadership on the ongoing impact of information technology, particularly the internet, on how corporations function. Founded in 2001 as the fifth of Tuck's research centers, the Center for Digital Strategies generates insight into the way firms use digital technology to create value both within and for the value chain and fosters thought leadership by forging a learning community of scholars and executives. More >
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Center for Digital Strategies, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
100 Tuck Hall
Hanover, NH 03755-9000