Digital Society

The rapid growth of digital technology and internet-based communications has a significant influence on society. Digital technology now influences every aspect of our lives, from transportation to communication and health to leisure time. At the CDS we feel it’s imperative to understand those changes and how they influence the way we work, govern, communicate and organize society.

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Elevating Privacy as a Fundamental Human Right with Julie Brill of Microsoft

Microsoft Corporate VP, Deputy General Counsel of Global Privacy and Regulatory Affairs, and Chief Privacy Officer Julie Brill joins Tuck School of Bu...

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Pillars of Trust: Methods for Managers to Avoid Losing Trust in the Digital Age

In today’s business environment, breaches of trust are questions of when, not if. Every business model and each business decision contain some ri...

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Computing in the 3rd Dimension: 3D Imaging, Scanning & Printing at HP, Inc.

HP, Inc. General Manager, 3D Scanning and Product Management, Rama Oruganti T’09, explains how 3D imaging, scanning, and printing come together ...

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Pardon the Interruption: What Can You Do About Email?

Digital productivity tools, such as email, are meant to make us more productive. But as we collectively drowned in email, Slack messages, and a sea of...

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Fireside Chat with BetMGM COO Ryan Spoon

The Center for Digital Strategies at the Tuck School of Business hosted BetMGM Chief Operating Officer Ryan Spoon for a Fireside Chat on Thursday, Apr...

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Digital Therapeutics: The Future of Digital Health Tools and Virtual Care

Digital therapeutics (DTx) are an increasingly attractive field from a patient, provider, and investor perspective. Utilization of virtual care and di...

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Meet Our Fellows: Alex Mullin T’21

Name Alex Mullin Hometown I‘m originally from Canada but grew up in Dallas, Texas. What did you do prior to Tuck? I worked as a life science con...

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Digital Health and Opioid Use Disorder

Alexandra (Alex) Mullin T’21 is a fellow with the Center for Digital Strategies and Center for Health Care at Tuck. She is also a Flare Capital ...

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Lessons Learned: Silicon Slopes 2020

In late January 2020, the Center for Digital Strategies descended upon Salt Lake City, Utah, with 3 CDS Fellows for the Silicon Slopes Tech Summit. Si...

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Elevating Privacy as a Fundamental Human Right with Julie Brill of Microsoft

Microsoft Corporate VP, Deputy General Counsel of Global Privacy and Regulatory Affairs, and Chief Privacy Officer Julie Brill joins Tuck School of Bu...

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Combatting Algorithmic Bias in Recruiting: The Pursuit of Equitable and Transparent Machine Learning in Human Resources

Combatting algorithmic bias in hiring serves multiple purposes beyond the intrinsic value of pursuing fairness in the hiring process. In addition to...

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Digital Deep Dive: Center for Digital Strategies Visits China

In the fall of 2018, the Center led a small group of Tuck students to Shanghai and Hangzhou, China to visit with leaders at technology companies.

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The Promise and Challenges of Smart Cities with Paritosh Rai T’17

Watch MBA Fellow, Paritosh Rai T’17, presents findings from his MBA Fellows research project on smart cities. Paritosh looks at the key componen...

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Enhancing Live Events through Digital Customer Engagement

In this Britt Technology Impact Series session, Kurt Schneider, former Harlem Globetrotters CEO and WWE SVP of Marketing discussed the best practices ...

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Digital Customers: The Difference between Genuine Fans & Ticket Buyers

Digital technologies are the platforms we can use to connect with fans, but just as important is the message and brand you create to generate those ge...

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The Importance of Branding and Live Events

Live events are no longer a “2D experience”. Digital technology allows companies and brands to create 3D touchpoints that enhance event experience...

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Social Media & Live Event Brand Risks

Harlem Globetrotters used social media to “allow a new generation to see, access, and fall in love with the brand itself”. Learn how the company e...

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Social Impact: Wearables for Good

When one hears the term “wearables” we often think of Fitbit, or perhaps Apple Watch.  However, this terms is much broader than health, fashion a...

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What the Uber Profile by the NY Times Says About Penalties in a Digital Economy

The New York Times has an in-depth profile of Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick out that poses the question of when Uber will face repercussions for its well-...

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United Airlines Epically Underestimates the Impact of Digital Technologies on Its Business

Unless you have been out of the country, you know it’s been a bad few weeks for United Airlines. Both the blocking juvenile passengers for wearing l...

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Why You Can’t Ignore Digital Disruption

I saw an interesting comment on Linked-In recently. In response to a post about a firm’s digital disruption action plan, someone wrote: “What a bu...

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Word-of-mouth Marketing

Interaction with one another via mobile applications is rampant nowadays. I feel like most people under the age of 30 primarily communicate with thei...

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Millennials at Work – They’re Not Different; Companies Are

What do you need to do to retain and get the most out of your valued Millennials?

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How Smart Home Devices are Poised to Bring Just-In-Time Inventory Management to Homes

Watch MBA Fellow, Robert Wilson T’16, present findings from his MBA Fellows research project on how smart home devices are allowing customers to man...

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