According to Deloitte’s John Hagel, the best collaborative teams are diverse and built from the bottom up.
Harvard Business School professor Carliss Baldwin explains how modularity affects team structures.
Carliss Baldwin (Harvard Business School), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane
Featured excerpt from Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World.
Leading teams with complicated hierarchies of power demands both curiosity and humility.
Amy Edmondson, interviewed by Frieda Klotz
Investopedia CEO David Siegel describes his innovative approach to office seating arrangements.
Business leaders need to prioritize effective, two-way communication with their data scientists.
If you’re running a big project, watch out for these signs that stakeholders have doubts about it.
Nancy Lea Hyer and Richard Ettenson
Branding, a process used by marketers, can also be used internally to build excitement for projects.
Many executives try to ignore negative emotions in the workplace, but that tactic can be costly.