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, Chairman & CEO of Time Warner Cable. The 2014-15 Britt Technology Impact Series is examining the transformational impact of the growing hyperweb and the fusion of technology into every interaction in our corporate and social worlds in a series titled, Connected Everywhere: The Transformation to a Hyperweb World.
Current Series: Connected Everywhere: The Transformation to a Hyperweb World
Over the past six years, the Center for Digital Strategies has examined six major technology trends and how they impact individuals, businesses, and industries. Video, Mobile, Social, Cloud, Big Data and the Internet of Things have all proven to play a significant role in shaping the way we all see and interact with the world through digital technology. We are now facing a perfect storm where these technologies are coming together to change the world in previously unimaginable ways. Making this coming together possible is the concept of a Hyperweb that focuses not on singular technology, but on the linking between all of their technologies. This technological convergence is made possible by APIs, HTML5, and other developments and has given rise to new industries, made some companies into winners (often at the expense of others), and opened up new frontiers. The 2014-15 Britt Technology Impact Series is examining the transformational impact of the growing hyperweb and the fusion of technology into every interaction in our corporate and social worlds.
May 5, 2015 Noon • Rosenwald Classroom • Tuck School of Business
Dr. Tony Salvador, Director of Experience Insights Research, Interaction & Experience Research Lab, Intel Corporation will discuss the decisions we make about how to govern our hyperconnected world; what impact the new digital scene has on inequality; which societal norms no longer apply in this new hyperconnected world and if all these changes are good or bad for humanity. This event is cosponsored by the Center for Business and Society. More ›
April 27, 2015 Noon • Frantz Classroom • Tuck School of Business
Schneider Electric Senior Director of Cybersecurity and Network Infrastructure, David Doggett, will discuss the security challenges created by hyperconnected industry and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). More ›
April 21, 2015 • Tuck School of Business
Rentrak COO and CFO, David Chemerow T'75, discussed the challenges and opportunities for content producers, distributors, and advertisers operating in today’s hyperconnected world. More ›
April 16, 2015 • Tuck School of Business
What investments will need to be made to ensure adequate infrastructure to meet the needs of business and what role should the government play in building out and/or regulating infrastructure? This panel discussion explored these questions and featured Andrew M. Geisse, former CEO of AT&T; Dan McCall, Vice President & Product Unit Manager at Citrix Systems and Chris Weasler T'97, Global Head of Spectrum Policy and Connectivity Planning at Facebook (shown left.) More ›
February 18, 2015 • Tuck School of Business
Offered in partnership with the Center for Global Business and Government, Julie Brill, the Commissioner of the FTC, visited Tuck to discuss protecting consumers’ privacy, encouraging appropriate advertising substantiation, guarding consumers from financial fraud, and maintaining competition in industries involving health care and high-tech. More ›
February 17, 2015 Tech@Tuck • Tuck School of Business
Tech@Tuck examined the impact the Sharing Economy has on individuals, industries, and value chains with executives from Lending Club and Zipcar. More ›
November 3, 2014 • Tuck School of Business
Cassie Lancellotti-Young T'11, EVP at Sailthru, visited Tuck to discuss her experience with the hyperconnected marketplace. More ›
October 24, 2014 • Tuck School of Business
James L. McQuivey, Ph.D., Vice President, Principal Analyst Serving CMO Professionals, Forrester, visited Tuck to discuss how the state of being constantly connected to people and systems through devices such as smartphones, tablets and computers is changing how business gets done. 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, Chairman, former President and CEO of Time Warner Cable. Mr. Britt was a graduate of Dartmouth College and Tuck School of Business.