The COVID-19 pandemic forced many companies to rapidly shift to remote work. While many companies feared a drop in workforce productivity, data show the opposite – workers were more productive and, in many cases, happier. But working remotely, and especially managing remote teams, isn’t easy. Learn how to better manage in today's remote-first world.
Tech startups are building the next generation of artificial intelligence systems. Surge AI is a key startup enabling companies to build applications leveraging the power of large language models and natural language processing power. Learn more about Surge and working at high growth tech startups in the AI space by watching this conversation with Bradley Webb T'16, Product and Growth Leader at Surge AI.
Recent changes by mobile platforms and changing customer demands greatly impact performance marketing, forcing gaming companies to develop brand marketing capabilities. What lessons can mobile game developers learn from AAA game studios to be more effective at building brand?
The Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies (CDS) at the Tuck School of Business helps leaders better understand the impact of digital technologies on business strategy, enabling them to ask the right questions when faced with critical decisions. We craft learning opportunities and nurture diverse communities of thought leaders to grow understanding of the complexities of modern organizations and their relation to employees, ecosystems, markets, and society.Read More
The Center aspires to influence the development of leaders who understand the widespread impact of all elements of digital business on people’s lives, and the implications for the future. It is a prominent hub of curated digital strategies knowledge for students, executives, alumni, and academics. It also provides thought leadership and encourages critical analysis of the status quo understanding of digital strategies for the Tuck community.