U.S. employers are lagging at embedding sustainability into their organizations, new research shows.
Researchers describe how having robots work alongside humans can help companies measure performance more accurately.
Bryan Hong and Lynn Wu
Research reveals the factors managers can change to more equitably position women and people of color for career success.
Haig R. Nalbantian
Two business strategists explore ChatGPT’s capacity for generating new ideas and strategies — and where it falls short.
Christian Stadler and Martin Reeves
MIT SMR-Deloitte research backs a holistic approach to strategically managing all contributors in a workforce ecosystem.
Elizabeth J. Altman, David Kiron, Robin Jones, Susan Cantrell, and Steven Hatfield
Researchers discuss the potential benefits of using artificial intelligence to redefine KPIs and strategic measurement.
Michael Schrage, David Kiron, François Candelon, Shervin Khodabandeh, and Michael Chu
The delegation of managerial functions to algorithms transforms management practices.
Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi, Mareike Möhlmann, and Min Kyung Lee
A study points to evidence-based practices that can make employees feel safer speaking up about ethics concerns at work.
Chris Rider, Antoine Ferrère, Zsófia Belovai, Maria Guadalupe, and Florian Englmaier
Cisco shows how organizations can think about orchestrating a workforce ecosystem, starting with contingent workers.
Elizabeth J. Altman, David Kiron, Robin Jones, Susan Cantrell, and Steve Hatfield
Employers must recognize that women are 41% more likely to experience toxic culture in the workplace than men are.
Donald Sull and Charles Sull
Understanding how AI algorithms are trained and validated can help decision makers pick the right tools and avoid risk.