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The Digital NGO: Turn Intent into Action.
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Monday, November 7 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Opening Keynote: Designed for Digital

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The digital economy offers a mind-boggling array of threats and opportunities to established organizations. On the one hand, the not for profit sector can seize new approaches to soliciting funds and serving beneficiaries. On the other hand, disrupters to existing models lurk around every corner. How do established organizations redesign themselves to leverage the opportunities of digital? Jeanne will share research conducted by MIT's Center for Information Systems Research which looked at how large, established companies are transforming themselves. We will explore how these findings can be applied to member NGOs.

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Jeanne Ross

Research Director and Principal Research Scientist, MIT, Sloan Center for Information Research
Jeanne Ross oversees the research portfolio of MIT Sloan’s Center for Information Systems Research (CISR). A recognized expert in enterprise architecture, Jeanne’s current research focuses on how established companies will redefine their operating models and transform for success in an increasingly digital world. She has helped bring architecture into senior management strategy discussions at companies like Aetna, China Mobile, Commonwealth... Read More →


Monday November 7, 2016 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Grand Ballroom

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