Digital collaboration can steer innovators down a disruptive or incremental path, depending on how they use the tools.
Wietske Van Osch and Burcu Bulgurcu
FedML technology could help smaller companies train their machine learning models on larger, decentralized data sets.
Yannick Bammens and Paul Hünermund
Two executives discuss why it’s time for organizations to get back to the basics in cybersecurity.
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MIT SMR’s expert contributors weigh in on the skills and strategies managers should embrace in the year ahead.
Advice to help business leaders create the conditions innovators need to develop breakthrough ideas for the marketplace.
Jill E. Perry-Smith
New research points to a strong, multidimensional link between AI use and improvements in organizational culture.
Sam Ransbotham, François Candelon, David Kiron, Burt LaFountain, and Shervin Khodabandeh
Businesses that don’t understand the connection between business transformation and culture change risk obsolescence.
Rose Hollister, Kathryn Tecosky, Michael Watkins, and Cindy Wolpert
Leaders need to recognize workplace hierarchies to create an effective learning environment for employees.
Katherine C. Kellogg
Mapping employees’ working relationships can help guide leaders’ decisions about post-pandemic work models.
Rob Cross and Peter Gray
Monolithic, highly interdependent organizations can become modular ones by embracing microservices.
Mark J. Greeven, Howard Yu, and Jialu Shan
The hub-and-spoke model of work offers a middle ground between packed offices and the isolation of working at home.