Britt Technology Impact Series
The Britt Technology Impact Series (BTIS) provides MBA candidates and the Tuck and Dartmouth communities with insights into how changes in technology affect individuals, impact enterprises and reshape industries. The series explores a different theme each academic year through events including panel discussions with industry leaders, one-on-one meetings with executives and academic seminars. At year-end, the center produces an overview of the findings that gives students unique perspectives on relevant business and technology issues. This program is made possible by a generous donation from Glenn Britt T'72, former Chairman, President & CEO of Time Warner Cable. The 2015-16 BTIS is examining the radical transformation that technology is having on business models in a series titled, The Digital (R)Evolution: Transforming Business Models.
Current Series: The Digital (R)Evolution: Transforming Business Models
Technology is enabling the transformation of entire industries, including retail, healthcare, financial services, media and entertainment, and manufacturing. Infrastructure that once enabled technology is increasingly a new line of business itself, as companies look to contract with service providers instead of managing their own assets in-house. Mobile phones and location services are rapidly changing a wide array of services, with sharing economy companies displacing traditionally static sectors of the economy as technology enables consumers to gain access to assets without requiring ownership.
Why are we seeing so many new business models? How will individuals, executives, enterprises, and industries respond to new players with alternative business models challenging their industries? What role does technology play in enabling these business models? What industries have been most impacted, and which are likely to be significantly impacted in the future? What role does corporate IT play in supporting their enterprises’ creation of new business models? The 2015-2016 Britt Technology Impact Series will seek to answer these questions and further explore the radical transformation that technology is having on business models.
February 18, 2016 4:45 • Borelli Classroom • Tuck School of Business
This year's Tech@Tuck welcomes Alison Gregg Corcoran T'86, SVP, Marketing, Staples, Larry Weber, Chairman and CEO, Racepoint Global, Carly Rosenberg T’05, CMO, Bluefly, and Sarah Apgar T’11, Director of New Stores and Facilities, Warby Parker, to explore the influence digital technologies have had on the retail sector, including how digital technologies enable new business models and a growing list of ways to reach customers. More ›
November 19, 2015 • Tuck School of Business
Jeff Blackburn, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Business Development, Amazon.com discussed continuous innovation and digital transformation. More ›
October 16, 2015 • Tuck School of Business
As part of the annual Geirheads Technology Conference, this Britt Technology Impact Series panel considered the massive moves toward personalization with top executives from Levi Strauss & Co., Swarovski, Volkswagen and the Bank of Queensland. More ›
October 1, 2015 • Tuck School of Business
Beats by Dr. Dre's Head of Portfolio Strategy and Product Development, Elisabeth Hartley T’05, discussed how companies and developers must work in multiple development environments and contend with shifting business models. More ›
September 21, 2015 • Tuck School of Business
Forrester's VP and Principal Analyst Serving Application Development and Delivery Professionals, Jeffrey S. Hammond, discussed how the rise of software is driving business model transformation. More ›
August 12, 2015 • Mountain View, CA
This was a closed discussion with Dominic Paschel, Vice President of Corporate Finance and Investor Relations at Pandora Media, was for the member of the Tuck Career Development Office's annual Silicon Valley Bootcamp. More ›
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Britt Technology Impact Series
The Britt Technology Impact Series (BTIS) is a program of MBA-facing initiatives including panels and conferences, Tech@Tuck events, industry speakers and academic seminars focused on a yearly theme, illuminating the impact of a technology on individuals and enterprises. At the end of each year, the Center produces an overview to summarize learning from the various events and providing students with tangible perspectives on the relevant business and technology issues.
This program is made possible by a generous donation from Glenn Britt, former Chairman, President and CEO of Time Warner Cable. Mr. Britt was a graduate of Dartmouth College and Tuck School of Business.