Ideas Made to Matter
Senior News Editor & Writer
Tracy writes about management issues affecting global business leaders, with an emphasis on economics, finance, and accounting. Topics of interest include fintech, impact investing, venture capital, sustainability, the future of work, behavioral economics, globalization, and health systems innovation. She tweets @BizTech_Tracy.
Prior to MIT Sloan, Tracy reported on thought leadership for athenahealth, and as a technology journalist covered strategy, career, IT forecasting, and leadership for Computerworld, CIO, and PC Week. Her parenting and lifestyle writing has been published in the Boston Globe, the Washington Post, and the New York Times, among other outlets.
Samantha Montano draws from front-line experience to develop ideas for disaster justice and emergency management reform.
Decentralized finance is on its way, the podcast host and crypto journalist says — that is, if regulators don’t overreach.
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.
Roads and bridges are a start, but 21st century job creation needs federal research and development in U.S. cities with potential, these authors say.
Counterterrorism expert Humera Khan harnesses diverse perspectives to anticipate and prevent violent extremism via her think tank, Muflehun.
Unstructured data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are fast becoming business requirements. Here is insight from data scientists and practitioners.