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Traditional corporate hierarchies tend to rely on static design. There’s the CEO at the top, followed by directors and managers. Red tape and inefficient processes can bog down decisions. ...
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(MIT Sloan School of Management: Cambridge, MA) -- The MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy has awarded over $1 million in prize money in its second annual MIT Inclusive Innovation...
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There are few executives today who don’t wish they could be more productive. Even the most successful individuals are looking for new and better ways to get more accomplished while maintaining or...
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(MIT Sloan School of Management: Cambridge, MA) -- At the ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW) held in Portland, Oregon, MIT Sloan professor Thomas W....
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MIT Sloan School of Management
Shirley Leung, business columnist for The Boston Globe, has written extensively—and frequently—about the dearth of women on corporate boards. In her piece, “Across Health Care Board Rooms, That’s...