Measuring and improving employee performance are different tasks most effectively addressed by two separate processes.
A presenter at an MIT SMR symposium answers questions about using skills, not degrees, as the benchmark for hiring.
A presenter at an MIT SMR symposium answers questions on how gender, age, and race can affect career advancement.
Haig R. Nalbantian
Researchers describe how having robots work alongside humans can help companies measure performance more accurately.
Bryan Hong and Lynn Wu
Brian Elliott, a presenter at MIT SMR’s Work/23 symposium, answers questions about going hybrid.
Andrew Barnes, a presenter at MIT SMR’s Work/23 symposium, answers questions about reducing the length of the workweek.
Learning needs to be personalized, presented in a hybrid manner, and focused on transferable skills.
The delegation of managerial functions to algorithms transforms management practices.
Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi, Mareike Möhlmann, and Min Kyung Lee
Historically siloed HR teams should collaborate to proactively support employee thriving and mental health.
Gabriella Rosen Kellerman and Martin Seligman
Managers can help employees turn fears into fleeting thoughts as opposed to permanent restraints.
Morela Hernandez and Christina Lacerenza
Giving employees flexibility is becoming crucial to reducing stress and building their confidence in the organization.
Companies and employees can benefit when open jobs are filled by internal lateral hires rather than external candidates.
Nithya Vaduganathan, Ben Zweig, Colleen McDonald, and Lisa Simon
We need to move on to a new way of measuring — and accelerating — employee performance.