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.
Frederic Kerrest built a billion-dollar company around the concept of identity protection, but when it comes to ideas, he’s all about transparency.
Reinvention, regulations, and the rise of green energy were highlights of the annual MIT Platform Strategy Summit.
Before it’s in the boardroom, it’s on the syllabus at MIT Sloan. Here are six emergent ideas students are studying in 2021 – 2022.
Erica Dhawan sees female allyship as more than just giving advice — it’s helping women find ways to take risks, network, and build successful careers.
The “Me, Myself, and AI” podcast examines the creative ways companies use artificial intelligence, like making faster methods for vaccine experiments.
Ascend Technologies’ Sharon Hopkins started a women’s networking group as an alternative to “macho” conference outings that made her uncomfortable.