The T’21 class represents our 20th class of fellows, and we’re excited to share a little about these fantastic students.
Microsoft Corporate VP, Deputy General Counsel of Global Privacy and Regulatory Affairs, and Chief Privacy Officer Julie Brill joined Center Faculty Director Alva Taylor onstage at Shift: the Tuck Technology Conference for a discussion about privacy in the digital age and what large technology firms can and should do to elevate privacy as a human right.
The global gaming market reached more than $107 billion in 2017, and with the global gaming population forecasted to reach 3 billion by 2021, major gaming and technology firms are racing to build the dominant platform delivering cloud gaming to the masses. Given cloud gaming has been in existence in some capacity for more than two decades, what is holding back widespread adoption?
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.Read More
Connecting practice with scholarship anchored on IT enabled business strategy and processes.
Convening roundtables focused on the role of the CIO to enable business strategy.
Bringing digital strategies to students through informative forums, exposure to executives, experiential learning, classes and case development.