If your industry faces disruption, first diagnose the volatility. Then act preemptively to disrupt your own career.
Boris Groysberg, Whitney Johnson, and Eric Lin
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
Recently, MIT SMR readers have been looking for information on scenario planning — a trend that may reflect current social, political, and economic uncertainty. This trend led to our Summer 2017 special report on creating your company’s future.
Martha E. Mangelsdorf
Strategic planning is key to succeeding in a time of uncertainty and political change.
When times are uncertain, it is more important than ever to break routine and see what’s happening for ourselves.
MIT Sloan’s Andrew Lo on the importance of analyzing the uncertainty levels of a business.