Press Source: NPR

The truth about teens, social media and the mental health crisis

"Almost immediately after Facebook arrives on campus, we see an uptick in mental health issues that students report."

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Press Source: The Washington Post (Registration Required)

The managing class has failed frontline workers

A shaken management class is thinking harder about the costs of neglecting frontline staff.

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Press Source: U.S. News and World Report

MIT's graduate school rankings

MIT is ranked #1 in business analytics, production/operations, and project management, and #4 overall among business schools.

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Press Source: Financial Times (Subscription Required)

High-stress workplaces breed toxicity

“Work design increases the likelihood of toxic culture."

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Press Source: Harvard Business Review (Opinion Piece)

Cyber thieves are getting more creative

"Misinformation can be most effective and deceptive when it is combined with large amounts of true and accurate information."

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Press Source: Bloomberg

AI really can boost productivity, especially for lowest-skilled workers

Workers who were given access to generative artificial intelligence tools became 14% more productive on average than those who were not.

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Press Source: The Hill (Opinion Piece)

Have we become too partisan to be swayed? You might be surprised.

"Americans are more receptive to information that challenges their party leader's position than we had previously thought.”

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Press Source: WBUR (Audio)

Why our high electric bills might be hurting our climate change goals

Radio Boston talks with MIT's Prof. Chris Knittel about how our high electric bills are hurting our battle against climate change.

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Press Source: MIT Sloan Management Review (Opinion Piece) (Subscription Required)

From ChatGPT to HackGPT: Meeting the cybersecurity threat of generative ...

“Powerful new generative AI tools such as ChatGPT present business leaders with a new set of challenges.”

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Press Source: Poets & Quants

2023 Best & Brightest MBA: Paolo Luciano Rivera, MIT (Sloan)

"Being able to develop both my hard technical skills and my softer leadership skills was something critical.”

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