Lori C. Bieda
Getting business value from data depends on developing effective analytics teams — leaders included.
Kristine Dery and Ina Sebastian
With digital skills in short supply, companies must rethink the ways they engage with key talent.
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Basketball IQ is one of the game’s holy analytical grails. We know it’s there, or at least we think we know it’s there. But what is it even made of? Intuition? Vision? Knowledge of the game? Or is it simply natural intelligence and brain processing speed applied to a specific context?
On March 20 and 21, MIT SMR is unlocking its site, allowing visitors to freely explore.
Leaders need to take active roles in preparing their employees for the new world of work.
Today’s best leaders embrace technology as a management tool but retain a human touch, too.
Leaders can foster stronger collaboration by using digital platforms to increase employee diversity.
How a tweet about corporate culture made the wrong point go viral.
For many leaders, the allure of best practices is strong and their expectations for results are unrealistic.
Enterprise social media is most effective when both cultural and IT factors are addressed.
People who are satisfied with the current way of doing business are not likely to transform it.
Leaders in a digital world have to navigate more complexity than ever before.
Robots that use body language can have a positive effect on their human colleagues.
Emotion-sensing technologies can lead to better decisions and alleviate stress — if privacy issues are addressed.
Empirical analysis reveals that conventional wisdom about big, risky change initiatives is often wrong.
The number of women on corporate boards has risen substantially over the past decade, but the growth rate is slowing. Why?
Some women who feel like they won’t “fit” a job description will talk themselves out of wanting it.
To facilitate speed, companies must design themselves to minimize obstacles to getting work done.
Many executives don’t recognize the threat posed by failing to respond to digital disruption.
The “intangible assets” people bring to their jobs are valuable — but challenging to quantify.
Featured excerpt from Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World.
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