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In this issue

The Quiet Corner of Web3 That Means Business :
While the metaverse still lacks legs and crypto
stumbles, managers who are keeping an eye on
Web3 can learn from promising implementations
of decentralized credentials. By Mary Lacity, Erran Carmel, Amber Grace Young, and Tamara Roth

Strategizing Across Organizations : Capitalizing on big opportunities and solving systemic
problems will require organizations to come together to develop strategies as a group.
By Rafael Ramírez, Trudi Lang, Matthew Finch, Gail Carson, and Dale Fisher

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.

New Threats to the Subscription Model

8 mins

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?

What an FTC Noncompete Ban Could Mean for Workers and Businesses

7 mins

How E-Commerce Companies Can Reduce Returns

Research shows that product returns decrease when online shoppers receive orders in a single, consolidated delivery.

How E-Commerce Companies Can Reduce Returns

5 mins

Tech at the Edge: Evaluating the Potential of Emerging Tools

Evaluating the Potential of Emerging Tools

Tech at the Edge: Evaluating the Potential of Emerging Tools

10+ mins

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.

HR for Better Reimagining Well-Being and Performance

10+ mins

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.

Level Up to Strategic Data Sharing

10 mins

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.

Mining Underground Innovation

10+ mins

Rethinking Hierarchy

We need to reconceive managerial authority for today’s business environment not eliminate it.

Rethinking Hierarchy

10+ mins

strategizing Across Organizations

Capitalizing on big opportunities and solving systemic problems will require organizations to come together to develop strategies as a group.

strategizing Across Organizations

8 mins

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.

Why Innovation Depends on Intellectual Honesty

10+ mins

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.

Become a Better Problem Solver by Telling Better Stories

10+ mins

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.

Why Companies Employee Chart a Career Path Should Help Every

10+ mins

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MIT Sloan Management Review Magazine Description:

PublisherMIT Sloan Management Review

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyQuarterly

MIT Sloan Management Review leads the discourse among academic researchers, business executives and other influential thought leaders about advances in management practice, particularly those shaped by technology, that are transforming how people lead and innovate. MIT SMR disseminates new management research and innovative ideas so that thoughtful executives can capitalize on the opportunities generated by rapid organizational, technological and societal change.

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