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Daniel Cohen and Joshua S. Gans
Foresight and timing are crucial elements in responding to disruption.
Rahul Kapoor and Thomas Klueter
Responding to disruptive technologies may mean changing your company’s organizational structure.
Gerald C. Kane et al.
Talent management processes need a digital update, too.
Emilio J. Castilla
Rewarding employees based on merit can be more difficult than it first appears. Even efforts to reduce bias can backfire; disparities in raises and bonuses by gender, racial, and other characteristics persist in today’s organizations not only despite management’s attempts to reduce them but also because of such efforts. The author describes how a simple analytics-based approach can address these concerns and produce a truly meritocratic workplace.
Chris Brady et al.
Miscommunications between decision makers and data scientists are common. Enter the data translator.
A series of small errors in data can lead to major mistakes.
Sen Chai and Willy Shih
Technology innovators should be wary of letting big data speak for itself.
Robin M. Hogarth and Emre Soyer
Simulations can help shrink the gap between what analysts try to explain and what decision makers understand.
November 29, 2016 | Olubunmi Faleye
High-profile accounting and corporate governance scandals have resulted in significant changes in the structure of corporate boards of directors, in particular the development of independent boards in which the CEO is the only employee director. The downside: Independent board members may not understand the business well enough to make optimal strategic decisions.
When times are uncertain, it is more important than ever to break routine and see what’s happening for ourselves.
Catherine Bailey and Adrian Madden
There’s no single formula for making work meaningful — but poor management is a universal obstacle.
October 31, 2016 | Gerald C. Kane
Research shows that successful digital transformation does not require secret digital knowledge; it simply requires the boldness to recognize that digital transformation is occurring and to begin trying to adapt your business to account for and capitalize on these trends.