The Digital Leader

Digital transformation is changing business. Discover how to use tools and strategies to become an effective leader in today's digital economy.

Practical advice from experts on how to create, manage, measure, and improve innovation in and for today's digital markets.
A collection of short, pithy essays written by both practitioners and academic experts, this book explores technology's foundational impact on management and centers on the evolving relationship between humans and cognitive technologies.
Timely and thought-provoking, this invaluable resource explores new methods and models for ethical inquiry in a digital world, and maps out guidelines for web-based news producers and users to conceptualize ethical issues and analyze ethically questionable acts.
In this collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review, you'll learn how executives can lead their companies through a process of digital transformation, and what emerging digital technologies mean for existing business models, processes, and jobs.
Building Digital Culture discusses how businesses can nurture a digital culture to thrive in the digital era. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
The New IT is an invaluable manual for the Digital Age, enabling leaders to harness the power of IT to meet the shifting demands of today's consumers. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
Authored by leading internet and technology experts John Palfrey and Urs Gasser, this smart, practical guide offers a sociological portrait of "digital natives," an exotic tribe of young people who can seem, even to those merely a generation older, both extraordinarily sophisticated and strangely narrow.
Providing an abundance of real-world examples and tips to help you create a path to success, this book explains how to take full advantage of everything the digital age has to offer, while avoiding common pitfalls that can damage your "digital legacy."
Including numerous pictures and images, a subject-index and a detailed list of historical personalities, this practical book provides a well-founded access to communication technology of computer networks, the internet and the WWW.
Nothing is more frustrating than stubborn management entangled in dated workflows and inefficient processes. This practical book presents techniques and strategies that will help senior management understand the Web and adapt the business, culture, teams and workflows accordingly.
Offering a better understanding of how people with disabilities use technology, this book cites real-world case studies from healthcare to social science, and examines the emerging legal and cultural impact of inclusive design.
Providing some insight into real-world practice and research findings, this book offers expert views on the technical, operational, and strategic challenges that face digital product managers and researchers now and in the next several decades.
Offering fun, energizing meeting openers, team activities, and group adventures for business teams, this book will help teams and groups get comfortable with technology, get to know each other better, build trust, improve communication, and more.