Representing Today's Visionaries with Tomorrow's Ideas

Tom Davenport

World-renowned thought leader and author, is the President’s Distinguished Professor of Information Technology and Management at Babson College, a Fellow of the MIT Center for Digital Business, and an independent senior advisor to Deloitte Analytics.

Amy Edmondson

Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School. Her research examines leadership, learning and innovation in teams and organizations.

Andy McAfee

A scientist at MIT. His work investigates how digital technologies are changing businesses, industries, economies, and societies. He is the coauthor of the New York Times bestselling book "The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies.

Nicholas Carr

Speaker, commentator, and Pulitzer Prize Finalist author of The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains and The Glass Cage: How Our Computers Are Changing Us

Peter Weill

Senior Research Scientist at MIT Sloan School of Management and co-author of the best-seller IT Savvy: What Top Executives Must Know to Go from Pain to Gain

Youngme Moon

Professor of Business Administration and the Senior Associate Dean for Strategy and Innovation at Harvard Business School. She consults with a range of consumer marketing companies in the area of innovation.

David Upton

Foremost authority on the rapid improvement of service and knowledge-based organizations. His research, which spans the globe, centers on operations improvement and innovation, strategy, and information technology.

George Westerman

Award-winning author and research scientist with the MIT Sloan Initiative on the Digital Economy. A leading voice on how to drive strategic value from technology, his portfolio of research focuses on digital leadership and innovation – topics that he applies in his work with senior executives around

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in the spotlight

Andy McAfee talks Geeky Leadership

Andrew McAfee describes organizational style at top companies, in a conversation at WSJ’s CEO Council. View video.

Gil Press review of Tom Davenport’s new book in a recent Forbes article

Gil Press says Only Humans Need Apply: Winners and Losers in the Age of Smart Machines, “offers optimistic, upbeat and practical answers” to the question “Do humans still have an important role to play in our automated lives which are increasingly controlled by sophisticated algorithms and seemingly smarter machines.” Read review.

Brook Manville review of Amy Edmondson’s new book in a recent Forbes article

Brook describes Amy’s new book, Building the Future, as “a promising framework to guide leaders” aspiring to “mobilize ‘big teams’ to take on the world’s biggest challenges.” Read review.

Vasant Dhar’s article on automation is featured in this month’s Harvard Business Review

With automation threatening to remake much of the 21st century economy, Vasant proposes a framework for determining “When to Trust Robots with Decisions, and When Not To” in his HBR article.