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Thomas Kochan

Thomas Kochan

George Maverick Bunker Professor of Management

Department: Professor of Work and Employment Research

Contact: (617) 253-6689, tkochan@mit.edu

Expertise: Airlines; Changing work environments; Changing workforce; China; Collective bargaining; Conflict management; Conflict resolution; Corporate governance; Corporate social responsibility; Dispute resolution; Employment relations; Future of work; Future of work; Healthcare delivery; Healthcare industry; Human rights; Industrial relations; Industrial relations; Job creation; Labor market policy; Labor relations; Labor standards; Labor unions; Managing change; Minimum wage; Minimum wage; Negotiation; Negotiation and conflict resolution; Organizational design and performance; Organizations; Social responsibility; South Korea; Training; Tri-sector collaboration; Unemployment; Unemployment; Union busting; Unions; Worker / Management relations

Otto Scharmer

Otto Scharmer

Department: Senior Lecturer, Organization Studies

Contact: (617) 253-0486, scharmer@mit.edu

Expertise: Action learning; Africa; Asia; Asia Pacific; B-school; Banking; Brazil; Change management; China; Developing countries; Digitization; Distance learning; Distributed leadership; Economic crisis; Economic history; Economics; Economy; Emerging markets; Entrepreneurship; Environmental leadership; Ethics; Ethics; Europe; European Union (EU); Executive education; Future of work; Future of work; Germany; Global economics; Globalization; Government; Healthcare; Innovation; Innovative thinking; Japan; Leadership; Leadership; Leadership; Managing change; Managing change; MOOCs; MOOCs; Organization development; Organizational behavior; Organizational change; Organizational communication; Organizational culture; Organizational learning; Organizations; Political economy; Scandinavia; Sharing economy; Social entrepreneurship; Social responsibility; Southeast Asia; Strategic management; Strategy; Tri-sector collaboration

How progressives can pressure Trump on 3 key issues – Paul Osterman

From CNBC There is little doubt that the Trump Administration aims to undermine, defund, and repeal much of the progressive agenda. However, progressives have one crucial move they can play to avoid four years of devastating policymaking: using Trump’s own voters against him. Donald Trump’s Electoral College victory was in no small part due to the support of voters who suffered immensely during the Great Recession and who have still not recovered. Two thirds of all voters thought that their personal financial situation was the same or worse than four years ago and in Wisconsin, where Trump achieved an unexpected victory, the majority of voters believed that the economy was the top issue, despite official indicators of an improving job market. Trump now faces a paradox. Many of the core elements of his agenda—loosening financial regulation, gutting health care reform, bashing immigrants, attacking unions, undermining the Fair Labor Standards Act—will … Read More » The post How progressives can pressure Trump on 3 key issues – Paul Osterman appeared first on MIT Sloan Experts.

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