Ideas Made to Matter Data

How to craft a board-level data presentation

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Prepare early, cater presentations to reach different audiences, and tell compelling stories.

Sep 6, 2022
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Ideas Made to Matter Supply Chain

Midcareer advice from 4 supply chain professionals

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Four MIT Sloan alumni share their executive-level insights on the future of supply chain, the unexpected aspects of the industry, and what advice they’d offer rising professionals.

Aug 25, 2022
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Ideas Made to Matter Organizational Culture

3 reminders for managers in a hybrid work environment

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Hybrid work offers flexibility and opportunity, but without clear expectations and employee resources, managers risk a divided and disadvantaged workforce.

Aug 18, 2022
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Ideas Made to Matter Leadership

Download: MIT Sloan research on leading the future of work

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Strategic advice on empowering your workforce to master new technologies and navigate evolving risks in a new landscape.

Aug 1, 2022
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Ideas Made to Matter Data

4 ways data plays a role on winning teams

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How data plays a role in talent, system, culture, and leadership of winning teams.

Jul 20, 2022
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A two-eyed seeing approach to conservation

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Patricia Saulis taps into Western tradition and Indigenous knowledge systems for ideas to address environmental conservation.

Mar 7, 2022
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Ideas Made to Matter Knowledge Management

MIT study highlights inequality in worker training

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Non-white workers, less educated workers, and those employed on a contract or freelance basis got less job training. The pandemic likely made it worse.

Mar 2, 2022
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Ideas Made to Matter Finance

Want better forecasts? Start with better management

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New NBER research shows that savvy management can help companies better predict the future — and better position themselves for profitability.

Feb 2, 2022
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Ideas Made to Matter Artificial Intelligence

Machine learning developers should talk to end users

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Machine learning tools only work if people use and trust them. To achieve this, developers and end users should have a back-and-forth conversation.

Jan 26, 2022
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Ideas Made to Matter Communications

Our top 5 ‘Working Definitions’ of 2021

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Cringe factor, the Allen Curve, and three other popular ideas.

Dec 7, 2021
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