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Free Reading Spree to Kick Off Spring

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MIT SMR is dropping its paywall on March 5 and 6; all content will be freely available to visitors online. The open site is one way to thank our readers and our authors. By periodically providing free access to leading-edge insights and research, we can help spread the ideas far and wide — which means more managers can use them to run their organizations and teams more effectively.

Let’s Dig In

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On Oct. 2 and 3, MIT SMR is dropping its paywall — all of the content is freely available to visitors. Readers will have immediate access to ideas, research, benchmarks and tools, all grounded in the reality of our technologically driven economy and society. We’re offering some recommendations, based on what readers tell us are some of the most pressing problems they’re facing right now.

MIT SMR Summer Must-Reads

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The most popular articles from the MIT SMR archive reflect the depth and range of management challenges our readers face in areas such as innovation, leadership, strategy, and technology. Authors of these “must reads” include MIT Sloan faculty Nelson Repenning and Donald Sull, plus Clayton Christensen, Albert Segars, Michael Schrage, Sam Ransbotham, David Kiron, Philipp Gerbert, and Martin Reeves.

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MIT SMR Unlocked for All Visitors

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On March 20 and 21, MIT Sloan Management Review is unlocking its site, allowing visitors to freely explore all of our articles, reports, posts, videos, webinars, tools, and case studies. Why? We’re celebrating our ongoing growth and invite new and long-term customers to celebrate with us. We work to collect here the best new ideas, research, and tools, and we want to give visitors the chance to experience all of it.

The 10 Most Popular New MIT SMR Articles

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In the first half of 2017, MIT SMR website visitors showed high interest in articles about how artificial intelligence will affect the job market and organizations. In fact, three of the 10 most-read pieces of new MIT SMR editorial content during that period address some aspect of that question. But the other seven most popular new articles cover a wide range of topics — from dealing with negative emotions in the workplace to exploring the organizational implications of blockchain technology.

Don’t Check Your Facts at the Door (We’ll Check Them for You)

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On March 21 and 22, MIT SMR is opening its website to one and all, offering free and unlimited access to its rich offering of management insight and advice. MIT SMR’s mission is to improve the practice of business by identifying the most important new ideas in management, vetting them for rigor, shaping them into practical wisdom, and delivering them in ways that are convenient and enjoyable to consume. For two days, MIT SMR aims to demonstrate the worth of that mission as broadly as possible.

MIT SMR and MIT Press Announce Book Publishing Partnership

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MIT Sloan Management Review and MIT Press join forces to launch two new book series exploring the digital frontiers of management. One series will feature original titles. The other series will collect the best MIT SMR articles on key digital topics. Editor in Chief Paul Michelman will serve as the overall series editor. The series will marry groundbreaking new ideas from leading lights in academia and industry with practical advice on how to prepare for the future.

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We Are Open For Business

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On February 23 and 24, MIT Sloan Management Review is completely dropping the site’s paygates, allowing visitors to freely explore all of our articles, reports, posts, videos, webinars, tools, and case studies. Why? We want to encourage the world to get to know all the remarkable things that MIT SMR has to offer. We work to collect here the best new ideas, research, and tools, and we want to give visitors the chance to experience all of it.

From the Editor: In Praise of Humility

The Winter 2015 issue of MIT Sloan Management Review highlights decision making, in “The Power of Asking Pivotal Questions” and “Using Simulated Experience to Make Sense of Big Data.” It also celebrates acknowledging when you don’t have all the answers, in “Embrace Your Ignorance.” Other articles look at “technostress,” why product category labels matter and why “benevolent” mobile apps may be best at brand-building.

New MIT Sloan Management Review App

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MIT SMR announces the launch of its new app, available for both iOS and Android devices, effective with the Spring 2014 issue. The app features all the magazine content from each issue in a format tailored to a tablet or smartphone.  Features include an easy-to-access table of contents, zoom-in exhibits and sidebars, instant-read footnotes with no scrolling, sharing tools and downloading for offline reading.

MIT Sloan Management Review Launches Chinese Edition

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MIT SMR has launched a Chinese edition of its magazine and website, in partnership with local publishing firm Shanghai Li Han Technology Information Management Co. Ltd. Building on MIT SMR’s English language content, translated into Simplified Chinese, the publication will be enhanced by localized content relevant to business leaders and academics in China. The Chinese edition will bring MIT SMR’s premier content to the Chinese management and business community.

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