The SeeIT Project is partnering with several MIT Sloan School of
Management Research Centers that do research on, and have experience
with, operations on the Internet. These centers are:
Center for Coordination Science
The Center for Coordination Science
(CCS) focuses on three project
areas: organizational structure, which studies how people work
together and how this may change with new information technology;
coordination technology, which designs and studies innovative computer
systems that help people work together in small or large groups; and
coordination theory, which develops and tests theories about how
coordination can occur in a variety of systems - such as
organizations, markets and computer networks.
Center for eBusiness
The Center for eBusiness@MIT
(CeB) was created in partnership with industry
to better understand the opportunities for radical change created by
ebusiness. Its aim is to provide thought leadership in
Internet-focused technology, management and business strategy through
initiatives in education and research.
Center for Information Systems Research
The Center for Information Systems
Research (CISR) conducts field-based research on issues related to
the management and use of information technology (IT) in complex organizations.
CISR's mission is to perform practical empirical research on how firms
generate business value from IT.