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The Analytics Edge
Innovative, advanced data and analytics practices — and how to use them to solve real-world business problems — from top experts at MIT Sloan.
Altering gendered language in job postings doesn’t attract more women
A new MIT Sloan study finds that tweaking the amount of masculine or feminine language in online job postings doesn’t increase gender diversity in the applicant pool.
Neural net pioneer Geoffrey Hinton sounds the AI alarm
One researcher said he’s concerned about the “existential dangers” of artificial intelligence for humanity.
How this former CEO traded anxiety for mindfulness
Executive coach Amy Kimball helps clients facing challenges at work choose reactions that are aligned with their values.
What bananas can tell us about supply chains
In a new book, MIT professor Yossi Sheffi examines supply chain complexity, artificial intelligence, and the future of work.
Study: Industry now dominates AI research
Industry is now leading, and influencing, basic AI research that has traditionally been the domain of academia, according to a new paper.
The Delta Model: How Arnoldo Hax reprioritized corporate strategy
The late MIT Sloan professor’s novel approach to customer bonding is still used in corporate strategies today.
It’s not too late to rechart the course of technology
In their new book, MIT’s Daron Acemoglu and Simon Johnson argue that society’s powerful gatekeepers need to stop being mesmerized by tech billionaires.
SEC commissioner Hester Peirce is not a fan of interventionism
The Security and Exchange Commission’s Peirce shares views on climate-related disclosures, payment for order flow, and cost-benefit analysis for rulemaking.
After SVB, what’s next for regional banks? 3 takeaways from MIT Sloan
Four MIT Sloan economists on lessons learned and next steps after the demise of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, and First Republic.
The evolving role of the CIO
CIOs need to lead in both technology and business strategy. Here are four ways to make it happen.