Ideas and insights about innovation from MIT Sloan.
When does artificial intelligence pay off?
Firms need to be ready to make a significant investment in AI to see any gains, according to a new study.
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.
How companies use AI to reach customers, innovate
“Me, Myself, and AI” looks at how Boeing, Land O’Lakes, and other companies aim to succeed with artificial intelligence.
5 ways to scale digital initiatives
Build business commitment, provide shared technology, and streamline handoffs to increase the odds of success.
Digital transformation for family-owned companies
Family-run companies often struggle with modernization. To start, they should create a digital thesis and promote an agile board culture.
FedEx founder on innovation, climate change, and Amazon
Fifty years after founding FedEx, Frederick W. Smith talks about how artificial intelligence and robotics are changing shipping.
3 sustainability insights for industry and government leaders
When it comes to sustainable enterprises, leaders must consider meaningful goals, consumer preferences, and the partnership of management and technology.
Amgen VP: Measure impact in legacy to team and company
In the pursuit of personalized medicine, Isma Benattia finds rewards in ambitious projects.
Why investors should look at ‘tough tech’
Tough tech, which applies science and technology to the world’s biggest problems, is redefining industries.