Ideas Made to Matter
Sara writes about management issues affecting global business leaders, with an emphasis on management science. Areas of interest include artificial intelligence, the digital economy, marketing, operations management, platforms, system dynamics, and supply chain.
Prior to MIT Sloan, Sara was a reporter and editor at the Vineyard Gazette on Martha's Vineyard. She has written for The Boston Globe and Martha's Vineyard Magazine, among other publications. She is a master's degree in journalism from Boston University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Washington.
The art of leadership requires putting theories into practice. Painters, musicians, and acrobats can be some of the best teachers.
Firms disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic must position themselves for recovery. The military’s OODA process can help.
How to make better decisions, plan for long-term supply chain and economic disruptions, and reduce remote-work stress during the coronavirus outbreak.
Occupational licensing raises costs, new research finds, but consumers hiring a painter or contractor care more about price and online reviews.
When the time comes, restarting the economy needs to be as quick and safe as possible. Safe workers, “immunity certificates,” and digital tracking could help.