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Recapping Work/23

Work/23: The Big Shift

Work/23: The Big Shift

The pandemic irrevocably changed the how, why, and where of work. At Work/23: The Big Shift, a half-day summit held May 4, 2023, MIT Sloan Management Review brought together company executives and academic experts in talent management, hybrid work, employee well-being, and workplace culture. Together, they explained how organizations are pivoting to innovate, improve productivity, and achieve balance in this changed world.

Watch the event video on demand, read perspectives from the Work/23 speakers, or download the 2023 agenda.

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Recapping Work/22

Work/22: Lessons for Navigating the Workplace Revolution

The Work/22 virtual symposium was held in November 2021 and included an all-star panel of management researchers and business leaders offering advice on the new world of work. Explore content from the two-day event, including video recordings of panelist presentations, executive summaries, and takeaways, or download the Work/22 agenda.

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Elizabeth Altman is an associate professor of management at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, research affiliate at MIT’s Initiative on the Digital Economy, and guest editor for the Future of the Workforce at MIT Sloan Management Review. She has been a visiting professor at the U.S. Military Academy (West Point) and visiting scholar at Harvard Business School.

Altman’s research focuses on strategy, innovation, platforms, ecosystems, future of work, and workforce ecosystems. Her research has appeared in Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, Academy of Management Annals, Journal of Management Studies, and other international journals. Prior to academia, Altman was a Motorola vice president.

Elizabeth J. Altman
Associate Professor of Management, Manning School of Business
UMass Lowell