The MIT Sloan Management Review is MIT Sloan's quarterly research journal, a trusted source of useful and innovative ideas for business leaders.

Its articles bridge the gap between academia and management practice — keeping managers informed of the latest trends in corporate strategy, leadership, management of technology, innovation, sustainability, and more.

The current Winter 2011 issue includes an interview with Jonathon Byrnes, an MIT senior lecturer, on how managers can pinpoint—and increase—their organizations’ sources of profitability, and also an article coauthored by MIT Center for Digital Business research scholar Marshall Van Alstyne on how internal knowledge markets can spread information (and answers) throughout companies. Also featured in the issue is a special report on the data deluge and analytics–driven management, plus articles on outsourcing too much, why it pays to be an optimist, and the five myths of innovation.