Ideas and insights about corporate governance from MIT Sloan.
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.
An MIT Sloan economist runs the numbers on ESG
Financial economist Andrew W. Lo became an ESG believer after developing a mathematical formula that quantifies the financial return on impact investing.
Digital transformation for family-owned companies
Family-run companies often struggle with modernization. To start, they should create a digital thesis and promote an agile board culture.
How Intel’s CFO threads the needle on geopolitics — and more
Intel’s chief financial officer, David Zinsner, talks geopolitical challenges, intellectual property, and creative financing at the MIT Sloan CFO Summit.
Download: MIT Sloan research on sustainable business
Companies are under pressure to adopt sustainable business practices. Here is strategic advice for an effective, efficient, and equitable future.
Why sustainable business needs better ESG ratings
Data on environmental, social, and governance performance is noisy — and may not help companies help the environment. MIT Sloan experts investigate.
BlackRock CEO: Don't divest fossil fuels, stay in the game
“Climate risk is investment risk.” BlackRock CEO Larry Fink shares his thoughts on how to create a net zero carbon world by 2050.
5 forces remaking accounting
Change is afoot in accounting. MIT Sloan experts urge leaders to track ESG, artificial intelligence, blockchain, intangible capital, and “regtech.”
How to build a digitally savvy board
Five steps toward a critical mass of directors who understand.
A new organizing model for IT
Running IT as a separate department prevents companies from reaching their digital goals. Here’s a better model.