Ideas and insights about supply chains from MIT Sloan.
What bananas can tell us about supply chains
In a new book, MIT professor Yossi Sheffi examines supply chain complexity, artificial intelligence, and the future of work.
Procter & Gamble’s CEO on navigating rapid change
During a visit to MIT, Jon Moeller talked about sustainability, technology and marketing trends, and how P&G reduced its product portfolio in order to grow.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Beyond China’s COVID unrest, 3 important economic takeaways
As China grapples with fallout from its “zero-Covid” policy, experts are predicting a recovery at a much slower rate than has been seen in the past.
Six illustrations we loved this year, illuminating topics such as supply chain, health care, ESG, and remote work.