Northeastern University’s Curtis Odom shares ways to develop coaching, mentoring, and sponsorship in today’s workplace.
MIT SMR Editors
Forces that have been in play since before the pandemic began can help explain today’s turbulence in the workforce.
The practices of astronauts offer a model for successfully adapting to remote and hybrid work.
Tanusree Jain and Louis Brennan
Coworking arrangements might be the ideal choice for employers and employees alike in the wake of the pandemic.
Strategists weigh in on what relaxed rules around physical presence in the office mean for productivity and performance.
MIT SMR Strategy Forum
In the context of remote work, leaders must reconsider conventional delegation methods.
Lebene Soga, Benjamin Laker, Yemisi Bolade-Ogunfodun, and Marcello Mariani
Virtual, tech-mediated collaboration carries risks of isolation, exclusion, surveillance, and self-censorship.
Lebene Soga, Yemisi Bolade-Ogunfodun, and Benjamin Laker
Five principles can help leaders decide when it’s best to hold meetings with both colocated and virtual participants.