Enterprise Transformation

Enterprise transformation refers to the structural, cultural and behavioral changes brought on by the injection of digital technologies into all parts of the enterprise. The change to the organizational structure and to the culture inside enterprises has an impact throughout the organization at all levels. Changes include how decisions are made and what skills and talent are needed in this environment, with an emphasis on collaborative leadership, agility and faster decision-making. Nowhere is this truer than in enterprise IT. At the CDS, we focus on understanding how organizations make the transition from an analog enterprise to a digital one.

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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...

Voice Technology in Healthcare

The growth in adoption of voice assistants and voice tech is projected to triple to 8 billion devices in use by 2023, and 50% of all searches are expe...

The End of Software with Drift Co-founder and CEO, David Cancel

Are we nearing “The end of software?” Drift Co-Founder and CEO, David Cancel, thinks that might just be the case. In this fireside chat, m...

Authentic Marketing: Strategically Connecting with Today’s Customer Amid a Crisis

What does it mean to be an authentic marketer? In a time where every company seems to have a splashy collection of some variation of “Mission, Visio...

Focusing on Trust When Driving Innovation and Growing Intrapreneurship

How should a company drive innovation around new technology in a way that enhances the business while continuing to build trust with its core business...

Transforming the Grocery Store Experience with Technology featuring Laura Scott of Takeoff Technologies

What does the future of grocery look like? What does “micro-fulfillment” mean and how does it apply to grocery stores (and beyond)? If we&...

Simple Value Proposition, Complex Digital Strategies

What is your clear promise to your customers, your clients, your constituents? That’s the question Professor Alva Taylor, Faculty Director of th...

Creating a Digital-First Strategy

In a recent article in Stanford Social Innovation Review, CDS Faculty Director Alva Taylor was quoted in an article about how non-profit organization...

Product Led Growth & The New SAAS Buying Committee

How do you evaluate enterprise software? A free trial? A sales demo? A Request For Proposal (RFP)? A recommendation?  The answer increasingly depends...

CDS Brings MBA Programming to Alumni at Reunion Weekend 2019

Panel Examines Managing Trust in the Digital Age The Center for Digital Strategies has delivered rich learning programming for MBA students for nearly...

Chatbots in Enterprise System Management

Chatbots in Enterprise System Management CDS MBA Fellow, Mike Hanley T’19, provides an overview of chatbot technology and explains how they can be u...


Self-driving Cars and the Future of the Auto Sector

Britt Technology Impact Series Video

Tuck alumnus, Stern NYU Professor, and Automotive Industry Director for Google, Kyle Keogh T'99, discusses the future of the auto sector and the impact emerging technologies and self-driving cars are likely to have on the way we physically move around our world.

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Self-driving Cars and the Future of the Automotive Sector

Tuck alumnus, Stern NYU Professor, and Automotive Industry Director for Google, Kyle Keogh discusses the future of the auto sector and the impact emer...

Open Source Software: Navigating the Enterprise Landscape with Julia Winder T’18

MBA Fellow, Julia Winder T’18, goes over what is open source software, some enterprise implications, and how we generally see a future of shifti...

Decision-Making: Data and AI

Since the Roundtable on Digital Strategies first discussed big data in 2012, the data explosion has only accelerated. At the same time that enterprise...

Data, Decision-Making and AI

The technologies that underpin modern society (e.g. IoT and sensors, social media) continue to drive a massive increase in data of all shapes and size...

Augmented Reality: The Savior or Slayer of Retail with Meghan Lynch T’18

Much has been written ab out the ‘Retail Apocalypse” and how best to survive as a brick and mortar store in the Age of Amazon. One solutio...

Creating a Non-Profit’s Digital Roadmap

How can non-profit organizations undertake a successful digital transformation? Many non-profit leaders find the undertaking of large-scale digital tr...

Building A Digital Toolkit for Legacy Retailers with Stephanie Yera T’18

How should legacy retailers compete in the Age of Amazon? What capabilities should they prioritize to not only survive, but also to thrive when compet...

Digital Transformation: A Secure Connected Healthcare Ecosystem

The Center for Digital Strategies (CDS) at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and the Owen Graduate School of Management convened a workshop foc...

A Toolkit for Legacy Retailers to Optimize Their Digital Shopper Engagement

Stephanie Yera T’18, MBA Fellow with the CDS, conducted research designed to help legacy retailers understand the threat from e-commerce players...

Autonomous Vehicle and its Value Creation to User Experience

Robin Hwang T’18, MBA Fellow with the CDS, conducted research evaluating adoption of autonomous vehicles and what user experiences are likely to...

People Analytics: Talent Management in the Age of Data

Digital technologies are disrupting every sector of the economy and redefining whole industries. The need for finding and retaining critical talent ha...

Springfield Bank’s Mobile Strategy: Using Analytics to Influence the Next Generation

Springfield Bank’s Mobile Strategy: Using Analytics to Influence the Next Generation Ryan Milligan (T’19 and MBA Associate of the Center for D...


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