When leaders recognize the perspectives of overlooked populations, it opens up opportunities for innovation and change.
Gerald C. (Jerry) Kane, Rich Nanda, and Anh Phillips, authors of the book The Transformation Myth, outline the traits and principles essential for adapting to disruption, especially following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gerald C. Kane, Rich Nanda, Anh Phillips, and Abbie Lundberg
Strategy experts weigh in on what COVID-19 means for business strategy.
MIT SMR Strategy Forum
A new interview series will offer lessons to help leaders manage their teams, navigate complexity, and adapt to change.
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Managers can reenergize their businesses by leading with authenticity and grace during moments of crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic has permanently changed social norms. Although there will be enormous challenges ahead, these changes nonetheless offer business leaders an opportunity to create a future that’s different from — and better than — the prepandemic “business as usual.”
The ease with which consumers have adapted to rapid change signals a future of more disruption.
Paul Nunes, Annette Rippert, and Larry Downes
A country’s mix of occupations, technology backbone, and demographics impacts its conditions for remote work.
Sarah H. Bana, Seth G. Benzell, and Rodrigo Razo Solares
Swarm systems draw input from individuals and use algorithms to optimize system performance in real time.