MIT Sloan Management Review Magazine - Fall 2023
MIT Sloan Management Review Magazine - Fall 2023
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In this issue
The first paragraph of the editor's letter.
How Professional Services Firms Dodged Disruption
Adopting a dual mindset of paranoia and pragmatism can keep incumbents nimble amid changing market dynamics.
The Unequal Rewards of Peer Support at Work
Research shows that men benefit more from supporting colleagues than do women
Predictive Models Can Lose the Plot. Here's How to Keep Them on Track.
Algorithmic inertia can result in guidance that leads businesses astray
International Tax Reform the C-Suite Can't Ignore
For decades, nations competed to attract businesses with tax breaks. A new agreement among OECD countries is about to change that
Don't Get Distracted by the Hype Around Generative Al
Tech bubbles are bad information environments
When Doing Less Adds Up to More
Companies that reduce and simplify workload on the front lines find that they can position employees to deliver a better customer experience
Navigating Risk and Disruption: Skills and Tactics for an Uncertain Future
Three years ago, organizations around the world were caught flat-footed by a long-predicted risk whose emergence was no surprise to anyone who had been paying serious attention to global public health issues
The Missing Discipline Behind Failure to Scale
Companies make significant investments in developing and incubating new business initiatives, but too few follow a rigorous path to scaling their ventures
How Digitally Mature Is Your Finance Office?
CFOs who are digital leaders prioritize developing seven key capabilities to unlock the power of data and analytics
Balancing Valued Tradition With Innovation
When your product is a beloved classic, how do you update it to attract new customers?
Become a Better Problem Solver by Telling Better Stories
One of the biggest obstacles to effective decision-making is failure to define the problem well. Invoking the power of narrative and a simple story structure can help ensure that teams are solving the right problem.
Tech at the Edge: Evaluating the Potential of Emerging Tools
Evaluating the Potential of Emerging Tools
Level Up to Strategic Data Sharing
Your data assets are key to developing new value for your customers and giving you clout in digital ecosystems.
Why Companies Employee Chart a Career Path Should Help Every
Providing career development to all employees requires a commitment to clarifying pathways for growth and giving everyone opportunities to build new skills.
Mining Underground Innovation
Many R&D employees proactively engage in innovation efforts not sanctioned by their managers. Organizations must find ways to surface these projects so that they can gain broader benefits.
We need to reconceive managerial authority for today’s business environment not eliminate it.
Why Innovation Depends on Intellectual Honesty
Fostering psychological safety isn’t enough if managers don’t pay particular attention to creating conditions for healthy debate.
strategizing Across Organizations
Capitalizing on big opportunities and solving systemic problems will require organizations to come together to develop strategies as a group.
New Threats to the Subscription Model
Inflation and supply chain disruption might make it harder for businesses to meet their obligations to customers on subscription plans.
How E-Commerce Companies Can Reduce Returns
Research shows that product returns decrease when online shoppers receive orders in a single, consolidated delivery.
HR for Better Reimagining Well-Being and Performance
Organizations must rethink historical divisions between talent and benefits groups if they are to more effectively help workers develop the psychological skills to thrive now and in the future.
What an FTC Noncompete Ban Could Mean for Workers and Businesses
Research shows that noncompete agreements depress worker wages and mobility and make it harder for new businesses to start, scale, and hire talent. So why are they everywhere?
Strategically Engaging With Innovation Ecosystems
Where startups, researchers, and investors cluster, opportunities to accelerate corporate innovation abound.
Women Are Stalling Out on the Way to the Top
Here’s what we’ve learned from 40 years of data on executives in the largest U.S. corporations.
Saving Management From Our Obsession With Leadership
Lofty notions of leadership have captivated our collective imagination — and we've underappreciated and underinvested in the everyday management skills that organizations desperately need.
Meet the New Board — Same as the Old Board
Many companies are just going through the motions of recruiting more diverse board members. It’s time to get serious about board refreshment.
How Smart Products Create Connected Customers
The data streams generated by customers using smart, connected products can lead to new products and services.
Manage Your Customer Portfolıo for Maximum Lifetime Value
How converting customers to closer relationships, leveraging them, and defending them can drive future revenue and lower costs.
Why Innovators in China Stay Close to the Market
Businesses in China increasingly source their innovations from customers, competitors, and front-line employees, bucking trends seen elsewhere in the world.
Can Design Thinking Succeed in Your Organization?
Many leaders become discouraged when design thinking doesn't get the results they expect. They can improve the odds of success by assessing the readiness of their organizations and preparing their teams for a different problem-solving process.
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