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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The Digital Innovation Lab: Key Decisions and Best Practices for Success

When does it make sense to create an innovation lab within an organization? And is it better to create the lab in or near the corporate headquarters o...

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...

Figuring Out Freemium: How B2B SaaS CEOs Should Assess the Freemium Opportunity

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) product adoption has exploded over the past 10 years, with the average business spending $343K on SaaS products in 201...

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...

When to Venture Into Corporate Venture

When to Venture into Corporate Venture Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) reached all-time highs in 2018. CVCs participated in $53B of funding across n...

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...

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...


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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A Digital World: Where Will We Lead Corporate IT?

In October of 2015, the Roundtable on Digital Strategies discussed the impact of the nature of digital and the accelerating pace of technological chan...

Connected Everywhere: The Transformation to a Hyperweb World

The 2014–15 Britt Technology Impact Series examined the transformational impact of the growing hyperweb and the fusion of technology into every inte...

The Business of (Big) Data

In February 2013, the Roundtable on Digital Strategies discussed the potential of the (at the time) relatively new and definitely exciting field of Bi...

Customer Excellence and the Customer-Focused Organization

Members of the European Chapter of the Roundtable on Digital Strategies convened at Clariant International in Munich, Germany, for a day-long discuss...

Managing Innovation | Digital Strategies Roundtable
Developing Agile Innovation Capabilities

Innovation is the lifeblood of corporate growth, providing the new products, services, and business models that keep a company competitive, increase m...

The Internet of You: Better Living Through Connectivity

The 2013–14 Britt Technology Impact Series examined how the physical world is becoming fully embedded with technology in a series titled, “The Int...

The Business of Social

Social and collaboration technologies are redefining how people work, play, and shop, and blurring the lines among those activities. “Liking” corp...

Risk Management and Information Security Overview

The Center for Digital Strategies at the Tuck School of Business, the Institute of Information Management at the University of St. Gallen and the Fra...

Rethinking Cyber/Information Security

The Americas Chapter of the Roundtable on Digital Strategies convened at Bechtel Global’s facility in Reston, VA for a day-long discussion of the cu...

IT-Enabled Products and Services

The Americas chapter of the Roundtable on Digital Strategies convened in Cleveland at the Eaton Center in June 2013, to discuss the emergence of new p...

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The Internet of Things: The Opportunities and Challenges of Interconnectedness

The Americas Chapter of the Roundtable on Digital Strategies convened for a day-long discussion of the phenomenon of the IoT: What it is, where it’s...

Information Overload: Capitalizing on Big Data

The Britt Series focused on big data for the 2012–13 academic year because the amount of information in the world is growing at an unprecedented p...


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