10 episodi

MIT SMR's Three Big Points is the podcast you need to stay at the top of your game as a business leader. In each episode you’ll get one new idea from the world’s leading academics, researchers, and executives delivered with three takeaways to help you put it to use in your organization.

Three Big Points MIT Sloan Management Review

    • Gestione

MIT SMR's Three Big Points is the podcast you need to stay at the top of your game as a business leader. In each episode you’ll get one new idea from the world’s leading academics, researchers, and executives delivered with three takeaways to help you put it to use in your organization.

    The 360-Degree Approach to Digital Reinvention

    The 360-Degree Approach to Digital Reinvention

    Company leaders need to take a 360-degree approach to digital transformation — by reinventing both outward-facing strategy and inward-facing operations, says IBM’s Mark Foster. In this episode of the Three Big Points podcast, he explains how the combined impact of quality data, technology, and a sense of humanity enable a digital reinvention to succeed.

    • 13 min
    Why the 'Just Do Something' Strategy for AI Won’t Work

    Why the 'Just Do Something' Strategy for AI Won’t Work

    For all the giant leaps promised by artificial intelligence, when it comes to business, what we’ve seen so far amounts to just tiny steps. That’s not necessarily a bad thing; many smart people advise companies to start small with AI. But as Boston College professor Sam Ransbotham notes in this week’s Three Big Points podcast, when you think small, you get small results.

    • 13 min
    What Makes Dual-Career Couples Work (or Not)

    What Makes Dual-Career Couples Work (or Not)

    We do plenty of strategic thinking about our careers but surprisingly little when it comes to our relationships. Strategy might sound like a cold word to use to describe managing our personal lives, but as you’ll hear in this week’s Three Big Points podcast, the ideas driving Jennifer Petriglieri’s research into why some dual-career relationships work better than others are quintessentially human.

    • 13 min
    How Digital Changes the Role of Leaders

    How Digital Changes the Role of Leaders

    Digital transformation often starts with leaders identifying a fundamental change in the competitive environment and moving quickly to counter a potential disruption. But as Jeanne Ross explains, even the most forward-looking strategies are bound to fall flat unless leaders themselves evolve — and in some pretty dramatic ways.

    • 10 min
    Every Number Tells a Story

    Every Number Tells a Story

    You stand in front of a roomful of decision makers and present an iron-clad case for a compelling, data-backed proposal. The group’s reaction? Tepid, at best. So, what happened? Nancy Duarte would likely tell you that you were missing the story behind the data. In this episode of Three Big Points, Duarte shows us how to bring data to life in a way that will win people over to your idea.

    • 10 min
    Overcoming Cultural and Technical Debt

    Overcoming Cultural and Technical Debt

    Just as Jacob Marley was bound to drag the weight of his sins for an eternity, so too are organizations burdened by the weight of their debts. And we’re not just talking about the monetary kind. There are other forms of debt that companies take on, and they carry a weight that can be as heavy as the greatest financial liabilities. Two of the most nefarious forms are technical and cultural debt, which accrue as a by-product of the decisions and investments companies make along their growth journeys. In this week’s episode, Stanford’s Bob Sutton takes us inside ride-sharing giant Uber, which offers an ideal case study.

    • 10 min

Top podcast nella categoria Gestione

Gli ascoltatori si sono iscritti anche a