Ideas Made to Matter
Meredith writes about management issues affecting global business leaders, with an emphasis on behavioral and policy sciences. She also covers leadership, workplace communication, competitive strategy and decision-making, diversity and hiring, entrepreneurship, and innovation.
Prior to MIT Sloan, Meredith was a reporter for Federal News Network in Washington, D.C. She's worked as a Maryland state government reporter for the Associated Press, and as a general assignment reporter on the Metro desk at The Washington Times.
As an MD with a PhD in computer science, Christine Tsien Silvers has always chosen the unexpected path, but that’s what makes her work fun.
Hiring, retention, and talent development are no longer the sole responsibility of human resources. It’s every manager’s job to develop their people.
Akamai CTO Robert Blumofe finds idea inspiration at the intersection of design and creativity.
Toyota Financial Services encompasses R&D, sales, finance, and more. Here’s how it’s ensuring a new hybrid work model adapts for every department.
Dropbox co-founder and CEO Drew Houston talks about how he avoids idea boredom, and walking the “fine line between perseverance and delusion.”
Sangeeta Lala learned early on that working with people is the best way to move ahead. “It is almost impossible to single-handedly be successful!”