The right communication during a crisis can help teams be more connected — and productive.
Being mindful about time signals can help managers make remote work easier for their employees.
Elana Feldman and Melissa Mazmanian
Leaders can have more influence if they emphasize the people behind the numbers.
Business leaders need to prioritize effective, two-way communication with their data scientists.
Understanding the characteristics of a winning digital strategy is the key to developing one.
Gerald C. Kane
If managed well, internal crowdsourcing initiatives can open up a rich source of innovation.
Arvind Malhotra, Ann Majchrzak, Lâle Kesebi, and Sean Looram
Raffaella Sadun explains how two traditionally connected technologies seem to pull companies in opposing directions
Raffaella Sadun (Harvard Business School), interviewed by Frieda Klotz
An experiment in social networks shows that key knowledge can be transferred without employees realizing it.
Paul Leonardi (University of California, Santa Barbara), interviewed by David Kiron
“Loosely coupled” organizations are models for managing a social media-driven business environment.
Gerald C. (Jerry) Kane
What determines whether or not an internal social media initiative brings business benefits?