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  • Why the Influence of Women on Boards Still Lags

    Research indicates that the reason women aren’t making more rapid inroads on corporate boards is that few have reached the most influential board leadership positions. Although more women are on boards now than 10 years ago, very few have been promoted to a post that would give them influence beyond their seat at the table.


  • The Hybrid Trap: Why Most Efforts to Bridge Old and New Technology Miss the Mark

    Mature companies often lack the vision and the commitment to fully commit to new technologies — even when consumer are ready for them. This leads firms to develop watered down products with limited capabilities and leaves them exposed to upstart competitors.


  • How to Go Digital

    The most important skills a leader needs to succeed in a digital environment are not technical in nature but managerial—strategic vision, forward-looking perspective, change-oriented mindset. A company’s digital transformation does not involve abandoning widget-making for app developing or pursuing “disruption” at the cost of stability. Rather, it is about adopting business processes and practices that position organizations to compete effectively in the digital environment. How to Go Digital offers advice from management experts on how to steer your company into the digital future.


  • What the Digital Future Holds

    Digital technology has profoundly affected the ways that businesses design and produce goods, manage internal communication, and connect with customers. But the next phase of the digital revolution raises a new set of questions about the relationship between technology and the practice of management. This collection of short, pithy essays from MIT Sloan Management Review, written by both practitioners and academic experts, explores technology’s foundational impact on management.


Best Sellers

  • Placing Trust at the Center of Your Internet Strategy

    When consumers visit a retail Web site, how do they know that the information describing the products or services they want to buy is accurate and unbiased? How do they know that their order will be fulfilled…


  • Conflict in the Workplace

    It can be good or bad, depending upon what kind it is and in what cultural context it occurs.


  • How ‘Who You Know’ Affects What You Decide

    Over the past several decades, research has shown how both cognitive biases and small group dynamics can undermine effective decision making in organizations. However, there has been little work on the…



  • The Power of Resilience

    In this book, Yossi Sheffi shows why modern vulnerabilities call for innovative processes and tools for creating and embedding corporate resilience and risk management.


  • The Inversion Factor: How to Thrive in the IoT Economy

    In the past, companies found success with a product-first orientation; they made a thing that did a thing. The Inversion Factor explains why the companies of today and tomorrow will have to abandon the product-first orientation.


  • Free Innovation

    In this book, Eric von Hippel, author of the influential Democratizing Innovation, integrates new theory and research findings into the framework of a “free innovation paradigm.”