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Looking at your business as a “journey” could limit your vision in ways you don’t realize.
Gerald C. Kane
Digital tools can be used in surprising ways to add value to an organization.
Stuart E. Madnick, interviewed by Martha E. Mangelsdorf
If you think the biggest cybersecurity threat most businesses face is credit card theft, think again.
January 10, 2017 | Leslie Brokaw
Here’s a new year’s resolution to consider: Build a personal advisory board that meets your current needs. “A person’s developmental network can’t be static but needs to evolve over time,” noted the authors of a 2015 article in MIT Sloan Management Review. Yan Shen, Richard D. Cotton, and Kathy E. Kram make the case that a professional mentor is just one element of a fully formed personal board of advisers, which might also include a personal guide and a career adviser, among others.
No, software will not render managers obsolete, but you will need to be more skilled than ever before.
Rahul Kapoor and Thomas Klueter
Responding to disruptive technologies may mean changing your company’s organizational structure.
Daniel Cohen and Joshua S. Gans
Foresight and timing are crucial elements in responding to disruption.
Chris Brady et al.
Miscommunications between decision makers and data scientists are common. Enter the data translator.
Catherine J. Turco
Communication has changed thanks to social media — with long-term impacts on how companies work.
Hal R. Varian
Digital assistants are taking over repetitive tasks, leaving managers free to manage.
Raffaella Sadun (Harvard Business School), interviewed by Frieda Klotz
Raffaella Sadun explains how two traditionally connected technologies seem to pull companies in opposing directions
Erik Brynjolfsson and John Silberholz
There’s a boom in using analytics for human resource decisions. Tenure decisions should be next.
Emilio J. Castilla
New research shows bias exists even in merit-based systems — but a data-centric approach can help.
November 30, 2016 | Gerald C. Kane, Doug Palmer, Anh Nguyen Phillips, and David Kiron
Competition for digitally savvy talent has never been higher, but companies’ methods for acquiring and keeping the skilled employees they need are outmoded. Whether they want to develop capabilities in employees or tap on-demand talent markets — or some mix of both — human resources directors need to experiment with new talent management models.