Semiconductor manufacturers must invest in alternative sources for key materials to mitigate supply chain risks.
Strategists weigh in on the long-term effects of Russian sanctions on how companies respond to human rights abuses.
MIT SMR Strategy Forum
Western organizations shouldn’t attempt to transplant what works in their own countries into developing economies, but instead should become familiar with the environments there and seize existing opportunities in-context.
Karen Dillon, Efosa Ojomo, and Paul Michelman
How cities deal with AI-related changes will determine which ones will thrive in the future.
Timocin Pervane and Kaijia Gu
Strategy experts weigh in on possible impacts of a complete U.K. separation from the European Union.
Globalization’s power to improve the world is undermined by its incursions into the public arena.
The MIT SMR Strategy Forum examines how a trade war will affect the economy.
Leaders must move beyond managing their own firms to become active influencers within broader systems.
Martin Reeves, Simon Levin, Johann D. Harnoss, and Daichi Ueda
The success of mobile money pioneer M-Pesa shows how addressing sustainability issues opens new opportunities.
MIT Sloan faculty discuss their research on the growth opportunities in Latin America and China.
MIT Sloan Management Review
A new Chinese edition will bring MIT SMR content to the burgeoning Chinese market.