Ideas and insights about labor from MIT Sloan.
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.
How companies can pursue ‘positive-sum automation’
To see the benefits of automation, companies need to understand challenges and create more flexible robotic tools.
The importance of age-friendly jobs
A new study finds that occupations are becoming more age-friendly — but older workers don’t always benefit.
Report finds employees embrace AI when they see its value
A new study from MIT Sloan Management review finds many employees use AI without realizing it — and without realizing how it benefits them.
7 management practices that benefit low-wage workers
A report from MIT Sloan analyzes the impact management practices such as paid leave and promotions have on low-wage workers’ economic opportunities.
How AI really changes the way we work
A new book shows that successful firms are using artificial intelligence to complement human workers, not replace them.
MIT Sloan research on AI and machine learning
An AI productivity boom is coming. Here’s what managers need to know to roll out intelligent technology that’s ethical and worker-centric.
4 ways to respond when workers want to organize
MIT Sloan’s Thomas Kochan shares insights and actions to help executives better understand the employee organization landscape.
Internal hiring not always a ladder of opportunity
New research shows that people in lower wage jobs find more upward mobility when they switch employers rather than making an internal move.
5 new management ideas from MIT Sloan Management Review
MIT experts on the traits of an ‘AI powerhouse company,’ how to avoid a toxic corporate culture, and more.