System Dynamics Seminars
MIT Sloan brings together industry and academic leaders to discuss how System Dynamics can help us better understand complex challenges, shape policy, influence decision-making, and yield lasting benefits for businesses and society.
System Dynamics Seminars are held every other Friday from 12:00-1:30pm in the Jay W. Forrester conference room, E62-450 (100 Main Street, 4th floor opposite of the elevators) throughout the semester, unless otherwise specified. Lunch will be provided.
The schedule and abstracts will be posted as they become available.
February 22, 2019
David Keith & Sergey Naumov (MIT Sloan)
Hailing Rides Using On-Demand Mobility Platforms: What Motivates Consumers to Choose Pooling?
March 8, 2019
Constance Helfat (Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth)
Disentangling the Microfoundations of Dynamics Capabilities: Evidence from Microdata on Acquisitions
March 15, 2019
James Paine (MIT Sloan) & Lauren Taylor (Harvard Business School)
Organizational Poverty in Poverty Organizations: Why Do Non-Profits Persistently Underinvest in Organizational Capabilities?
April 5, 2019
Amy Edmondson (Harvard Business School)
Joint Problem Solving in Fluid Teams
April 19, 2019
Mahdi Hashemian (MIT Sloan)
Needing More by Giving Less: Do Flexible Labor Strategies Actually Help Reduce Labor Costs?
May 3, 2019
Jad Georges Sassine (MIT Sloan)
Saving Clustered Networks from Complex Contagion
May 17, 2019
James Houghton (MIT Sloan)