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Have you read “The Second Machine Age” by MIT’s IDE leaders Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee yet?


MIT’s top digital transformation researchers warn us of the upcoming impact of technology to society and recommend key strategies for the issues we will face as a result of the gap between rapid advancements in technology and the underlying human skills and organizational change needed to sustain them. It is a near-future scenario of the economic aftermath that may result from the combination of our personal technology, advanced infrastructure, and rapidly available data. McAfee and Brynjolfsson prepare technology executives for the necessary advancements that will win in a “transform or die” economy.


Analysts and CIO leaders are in agreement: continuous advancements in data, cloud, and mobile technology mean a swift shift towards digital transformation in people, process, and infrastructure. Charged with leading digital transformation, today’s CIO is also tasked with balancing customer expectations with company priorities and organizational efficiencies.


We’ve partnered with Harvard Business Review and Andrew McAfee to offer an interactive webinar to discuss the rapidly evolving understanding of expertise and leadership in the world of digital transformation.




Leading Digital Transformation

Featuring Information Technology Leader Andy McAfee of MIT’s Sloan School of Management and co-author of the New York Times bestseller The Second Machine Age

Previously recorded May 15th at 9am PT