Michael Wong

Building Long-Term Career Viability in an AI-World: A C-Suite Q&A with Bryn Mawr College’s Associate Dean Katie Krimmel

Preface:  Between 2000 and 2010, of the approximate 5.6m lost US manufacturing jobs, 85 per cent of these losses were attributable to technological change — largely automation.[1] With one forecast stating that robots could replace 800 million jobs by 2030[2], Dr. Krimmel shares her top three recommendations to build a sustainable career in an AI […]

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From Just Another AI Pilot to Scaled Production: The Missing Links to Convert Ideas to Economic Value for Fortune 500 Companies

While 81% of Fortune 500 CEOs have recently cited artificial intelligence and machine learning as either very important or extremely important to their company’s future, up from just 54% in 2016*; many well-intended AI pilots continue to struggle with scaling and securing C-Suite business outcomes. In this Q&A, HBS Professor Prithwiraj Choudhury explains two crucial […]

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Harnessing the Power of the MIT Startup Exchange (STEX) to Help Solve a Fortune 500’s Innovation Challenge

Preface: With only 12.2% of the Fortune 500 companies in 1955 still on the list in 2015[1] how might today’s C-Suite executives build a target operating model that enables their staff to uncover innovative ideas that successfully grow their businesses? In this interview, Trond Undheim (Lead for the MIT Startup Exchange and himself a serial […]

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Innovative Business/IT Solutions: An interview with Dr. James L. Heskett, UPS Foundation Professor of Business Logistics, Emeritus at the Harvard Business School

Preface: Per IBM’s 2015 C-Suite study, “…CxOs believe technology and market factors are by far the biggest of the various external forces buffeting their organizations. CEOs put technology at the top of the list, as they have for the past four years. But now, for the first time ever, the other members of the C-suite […]

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