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A Double Helix Structure for the Digital Economy

Join MIT’s Paul McDonagh-Smith, on 24th February, to learn how 'Algorithmic Business Thinking' and 'A Double Helix Structure for the Digital Economy' can build sustainable competitive advantage

 

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Join us on Wednesday 24th February as we welcome back Paul McDonagh-Smith, Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan Executive Education and the creator of the concept ‘Algorithmic Business Thinking’—a toolkit and mindset that allows us to break down complex business challenges, work on them, and reassemble them as opportunities for sustainable growth—for a webinar that will introduce us to ‘A Double Helix Structure for the Digital Economy’.

Paul’s framework represents the evolution of the human and machine partnership we are all seeing in our teams and companies as we move further into the Digital Economy and Society. We look forward to you joining us on this journey into the molecular structure of today’s and tomorrow’s successful teams and companies—a concept which forms the basis for his new online course with MIT Sloan Executive Education.

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Algorithmic Business Thinking:

A Double Helix Structure for the Digital Economy

Date: Wednesday, 24th February, 2021
Time: 15:00 London / 16:00 Paris / 10:00 AM New York

Speaker: Paul McDonagh-Smith, Senior Lecturer and Digital Capability Leader, MIT Sloan Executive Education

Format: Presentation + Q&A (Total 60 minutes)

REGISTER HERE

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In this webinar, Paul McDonagh-Smith will position how we can all use this Algorithmic Business Thinking framework of the Double Helix and its genes to build sustainable competitive advantage in the Digital Economy:

  • In this Double Helix structure the twisted ladder of our physical and digital business worlds are held and bound together by a series of human-centric Algorithmic Business Thinking genes.
  • These genes include: Creativity, Curiosity, Critical Thinking, Compassion, Collaboration, Communication, Community and Consilience.
  • This final ABT gene of ‘Consilience’ is almost the dark matter, unifying and uniting the organizational capabilities of our physical and digital business realities together.

Register today and dig deeper into this powerful new framework.

About the Speaker: Paul McDonagh-Smith is a Senior Lecturer in Information Technology at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He is the Faculty Director and teaches in MIT Sloan’s, Digital Learning Strategy and Algorithmic Business Thinking: Hacking Code to Create Value programs. McDonagh-Smith is also the MIT Sloan Office of Executive Education Digital Capability Leader. In this role, he directs the growing portfolio of digital programs; works with the MIT Sloan team to define digital strategy and drives transformative technology experimentation.


MIT Sloan is uniquely positioned at the intersection of technology and business practice, and participants in our programs gain access to MIT’s distinctive blend of intellectual capital and practical, hands-on learning.





 
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