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Report identifies what workers really want

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A new report published today found American workers are taking actions through union organizing, strikes, and other forms of collective action to achieve a stronger voice at work.

Jun 8, 2022
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Research highlights how Twitter is working to reduce misinformation

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Stopping the spread of misinformation while maintaining free speech is a major challenge for social media companies. The Birdwatch program allows users to provide additional context for tweets.

May 18, 2022
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What it takes to lead the future of work

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A collection of articles packaged and released today from MIT Sloan's Ideas Made to Matter website examines the skills and knowledge managers need now to guide organizations over the long term.

May 18, 2022
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MIT Sloan announces new chair in entrepreneurship

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At today’s New Frontiers of Entrepreneurship 2022 symposium, David Schmittlein, Dean at the MIT Sloan School of Management, announced a new chair position in entrepreneurship at MIT Sloan.

Apr 13, 2022
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A surprising “bamboo ceiling” in the classroom

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In the US, Asians are often viewed as the “model minority” as a result of their outstanding academic achievements. This common assumption is challenged in new research by Jackson Lu.

Apr 12, 2022
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Ukrainians who engage in more analytic thinking are less susceptible to Russia’s disinformation campaign

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A new research paper by Prof. David Rand, and colleagues found that Ukrainians who engaged in more analytic thinking were less likely to believe pro-Kremlin disinformation.

Feb 23, 2022
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Employees with high implicit aptitude learn new cultural norms faster

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New research provides insight and actionable advice for companies choosing which employees to send abroad.

Feb 15, 2022
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MIT Sloan, Cornell ILR School win grant for study of worker organizing

Grant funding of $225,000 has been awarded to conduct a multi-industry study of worker organizing efforts in the U.S. and their outcomes.

Jan 12, 2022
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Multiethnic networking helps break through the “bamboo ceiling”

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Lu’s new research demonstrates that East Asians—but not South Asians—are less likely than other ethnicities to emerge as leaders in multiethnic environments partly because East Asians tend to social

Dec 22, 2021
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Study shows algorithmic-driven price variations among online grocers

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A new study by MIT Sloan School of Management Prof. Roberto Rigobon and IESE Business School Prof. Diego Aparicio, reveals that online prices set by algorithms are not necessarily the lowest.

Sep 30, 2021
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