Ideas and insights about manufacturing from MIT Sloan.
Intel CEO on bringing chip manufacturing back to US
Pat Gelsinger talked about why he’s optimistic about advancements in chip manufacturing during a visit to MIT.
3 leaders detail practices that support stakeholder and societal value
Managers at Cotopaxi, King Arthur Baking Company, and REI discuss balancing purpose and profit.
The business value of curated model collections
Engineering organizations can take a page from the art world and embrace curation concepts.
How companies can pursue ‘positive-sum automation’
To see the benefits of automation, companies need to understand challenges and create more flexible robotic tools.
A risk management playbook for organizational resilience
How do you manage risk and rebound rapidly when catastrophic events strike? MIT Sloan experts offer a systematic approach to organizational resilience.
Artificial intelligence can design more appealing cars
Carmakers can spend $3 billion on a single design. Machine learning models can streamline the process — and bring fewer duds to market.
How Intel’s CFO threads the needle on geopolitics — and more
Intel’s chief financial officer, David Zinsner, talks geopolitical challenges, intellectual property, and creative financing at the MIT Sloan CFO Summit.
Our top 5 ‘Working Definitions’ of 2022
Distributed leadership, toxic work culture, and three other ideas that stood out this year.
MIT Sloan research on AI and machine learning
An AI productivity boom is coming. Here’s what managers need to know to roll out intelligent technology that’s ethical and worker-centric.
How to forge a clear path to Industry 4.0
Sensors, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are poised to remake manufacturing. Here’s a 4-step blueprint for transformation.