A successful AI-enabled workforce requires key hiring, training, and risk management considerations.
Our systems of belief, technology, and cultural practices have shaped what many of us think of as “the office.”
Company practices often conflict with corporate values. Closing the gap starts with communication.
Donald Sull, Stefano Turconi, and Charles Sull
Managers face a choice: use technology to recreate employees’ former office work lives, or craft a new strategy.
Eliana Crosina and Beth Schinoff
Organizational leaders can begin to address racial discrimination in the workplace by taking strategic actions.
Derek R. Avery and Enrica N. Ruggs
Michael Schrage, coauthor of the recent MIT SMR-Deloitte report, “Opportunity Marketplaces,” explores how organizations can offer opportunities to their workforces.
Michael Schrage and Paul Michelman
Leaders can take specific actions to sustain corporate culture despite a shift to remote working.
Opportunity marketplaces sustain employment, reveal untapped worker capabilities, and motivate workers in new ways.
David Kiron, Jeff Schwartz, Robin Jones, and Natasha Buckley
Mollie West Duffy and Liz Fosslien contend that smart leaders acknowledge and embrace emotions in the workplace.