How leaders respond to employees’ emotional states affects both creativity and productivity.
Companies need to identify the type of talent they need in order to become data-driven.
Thomas H. Davenport
ADP executive Shimon Senderowitz discusses how and why traditional HR-IT relationships are changing.
Shimon Senderowitz, interviewed by MIT SMR Connections
Organizations have become flexible about where and when employees work. But there are trade-offs.
To operate their companies effectively worldwide, leaders need to rethink how work gets done, and where.
HR and IT must collaborate, starting at the executive level, to improve employee experiences.
A webinar with Jay Caldwell, Shimon Senderowitz, Aaron Smith, and Abbie Lundberg
The pandemic challenges managers to find a more productive way to meet with employees.
A successful AI-enabled workforce requires key hiring, training, and risk management considerations.
Managers face a choice: use technology to recreate employees’ former office work lives, or craft a new strategy.
Eliana Crosina and Beth Schinoff
Michael Schrage, coauthor of the recent MIT SMR-Deloitte report, “Opportunity Marketplaces,” explores how organizations can offer opportunities to their workforces.