Ideas Made to Matter
Zach leads the MIT Sloan editorial team, which develops news and content for an audience of global business leaders. This includes the Ideas Made to Matter website, the Thinking Forward newsletter, and MIT Sloan social media. The team brings the work, ideas, and insights of MIT Sloan’s faculty, researchers, alumni, students, and visitors to readers in a way that inspires creative thinking and problem-solving for their own work and lives.
Zach joined MIT Sloan in 2010. Prior to that he managed news and social media at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, was a staff writer covering CIOs and leadership at TechTarget, and was a crime and politics reporter covering Lawrence, MA and other New England communities. He is a graduate of the University at Albany.
New ideas at TIAA are developed ‘outside in,’ ‘inside out,’ and with a purpose — financial well-being and retirement security for the organization’s clients.
Markus Perschl seeks rapid iteration in an industry known for steadiness.
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The 90s fad toy requires regular care and attention.
Analysis Group’s Martha Samuelson hones in on what excites her smartest people.