This issue of MIT SMR offers up important solutions for achieving success in critical areas of management. Read the full lineup below.
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Connecting Beyond Your Borders
MIT SMR special report delves into four different ways that companies can create value by connecting beyond their borders.
What companies can learn from one of the world’s largest networks of accelerator labs.
How Legacy Businesses Can Compete in the Sharing Economy
By harnessing sensor data from the internet of things, providers of traditional products and services can participate in the sharing economy — boosting revenue in the process.
What Managers Need to Know About Data Exchanges
The era of big-data silos is fading. Shared data is the future.
Make Your Crowd Smart
A framework for tailoring your crowdsourcing approach to the complexity of your innovation challenge.
Articles Featured in the Summer Issue
How Autonomy Creates Resilience in the Face of Crisis
One Chinese manufacturing giant quickly rebounded from coronavirus. Here’s what you can learn from its org chart.
Sustaining Employee Networks and Relationships in the Virtual Workplace
When a large-scale move to remote working diminishes organizational networks and strains relationships, managers must act to keep connections positive and productive.
Is It Time to Rethink Globalized Supply Chains?
The COVID-19 pandemic should be a wake-up call for managers and prompt them to consider actions that will improve their resilience to future shocks.
Three Elements for Successful Virtual Working
More employees than ever before are working from home. Technology, social connections, and new routines will help them succeed.
Fixing the Overload Problem at Work
Companies keep burning out their employees — and promoting “balance” doesn’t help. Work redesign provides a better solution.
Why Innovation’s Future Isn’t (Just) Open
Innovating with external partners doesn’t always give companies a competitive advantage. It needs to be balanced with internal efforts.
Five Musts for Next-Gen Leaders
As digital technologies transform organizations and work, here’s what leaders will need to get right.
Reconcile Shareholders With Other Stakeholders
Identify which stakeholders will create long-term value for shareholders — and avoid the value-destroying traps associated with others.
Creating Jobs and Workspaces That Energize People
Exposure to the natural world can boost employees’ cognitive, emotional, prosocial, and physical energy.
How to Make Better Decisions About Coronavirus
Decision-making during a crisis marked by great uncertainty can fall prey to bias — recognizing faulty thinking patterns can guide us to better choices.