Ideas Made to Matter Sustainability

Why impact investors are embracing systems change

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It’s no longer enough to invest solely in single-point solutions. Here are nine ways impact investors succeed in driving systems-level change.

Mar 4, 2024
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Ideas Made to Matter Operations Management

How dynamic work design can prevent overload

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One core operational improvement — moving from a “push” to a “pull” method of scheduling — can have large implications for organizations’ agility.

Feb 28, 2024
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Ideas Made to Matter Artificial Intelligence

How to add generative AI to your technology strategy

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At food service company Sysco, generative artificial intelligence is another tool that optimizes sales, processes, and supply chains.

Feb 27, 2024
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Ideas Made to Matter Financial Markets

The savings of corporate giants

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Large corporations like Apple, Microsoft, and Alphabet hold complex financial portfolios. Many investors are not aware that these holdings expose them to additional risk.

Feb 27, 2024
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Ideas Made to Matter The Bias Cut

How this entrepreneur uses her peer allies to get around gender bias

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Kerry Twibell on speaking up, getting outside, and not being afraid to ask for help.

Feb 21, 2024
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Ideas Made to Matter Artificial Intelligence

New study shows why AI adoption may be slow

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In the short term, artificial intelligence systems may be too costly to use for most tasks.

Feb 20, 2024
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Ideas Made to Matter Artificial Intelligence

LinkedIn’s chief economist: Gen AI will impact ‘solidly middle-class’ workers

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A LinkedIn analysis predicts that the jobs of 55% of the platform’s users will be impacted in some way by the adoption of generative AI.

Feb 15, 2024
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Ideas Made to Matter Artificial Intelligence

A generative AI tool to inspire creative workers

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Generative artificial intelligence can help designers come up with new ideas, according to a new study.

Feb 14, 2024
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Ideas Made to Matter Climate Change

Which US counties are most vulnerable in the energy transition?

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A new metric — ‘employment carbon footprint’ — can better help determine the U.S. counties most vulnerable to economic disruption from decarbonization.

Feb 13, 2024
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Ideas Made to Matter Organizational Culture

How Lotte Bailyn reframed workplace practices

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Lotte Bailyn’s pioneering research connecting organizational priorities and employee well-being is foundational to work practices today.

Feb 12, 2024
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