Ideas and insights about knowledge management from MIT Sloan.
The Delta Model: How Arnoldo Hax reprioritized corporate strategy
The late MIT Sloan professor’s novel approach to customer bonding is still used in corporate strategies today.
New AI lessons from MIT Sloan Management Review
Knowing how to evaluate AI tools, manage data effectively, and share data strategically will help leaders see the results from their AI investments.
The business value of curated model collections
Engineering organizations can take a page from the art world and embrace curation concepts.
How to craft a board-level data presentation
Prepare early, cater presentations to reach different audiences, and tell compelling stories.
Midcareer advice from 4 supply chain professionals
Four MIT Sloan alumni share their executive-level insights on the future of supply chain, the unexpected aspects of the industry, and what advice they’d offer rising professionals.
3 reminders for managers in a hybrid work environment
Hybrid work offers flexibility and opportunity, but without clear expectations and employee resources, managers risk a divided and disadvantaged workforce.
Download: MIT Sloan research on leading the future of work
Strategic advice on empowering your workforce to master new technologies and navigate evolving risks in a new landscape.
4 ways data plays a role on winning teams
How data plays a role in talent, system, culture, and leadership of winning teams.
A two-eyed seeing approach to conservation
Patricia Saulis taps into Western tradition and Indigenous knowledge systems for ideas to address environmental conservation.
MIT study highlights inequality in worker training
Non-white workers, less educated workers, and those employed on a contract or freelance basis got less job training. The pandemic likely made it worse.