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  • The Digital Future of Management

    This three-volume set collects the best thinking from experts and scholars around the world on how technology is reshaping management and the ways we work, lead and innovate.

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  • How Winning Teams Work

    Leadership Collection How can managers establish a framework for productive teamwork — one in which team members can work together with enthusiasm? This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines how to build teams that utilize each member’s talents, play to team members’ strengths, and help the company prosper.

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  • Intelligent Decision-Making

    Leadership Collection Being able to make decisions with the right balance of speed and information is often what separates successful managers from unsuccessful managers. This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review looks at the decision-making process and the need for good judgement and decisiveness in a variety of circumstances, including times of crisis, situations in which people are facing information overload, and instances when trust has been eroded.

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  • Keeping the Focus On What’s Important

    Leadership Collection Managers often spend too much time doing things that are not high priorities. This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines how both individuals and organizations can best align goals with plans, keep projects on track, and use outside voices to help them remain focused on opportunities and not just threats.

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  • Managing Along the Digital Continuum

    Leadership Collection The digital world presents new challenges for every organizational leader. Do you fold digital capacities onto your organization, or do you remake the business entirely? This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines how executives are responding today — and the ways they can be smarter in the future.

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  • Negotiating Acquisitions and Partnerships

    Leadership Collection How can leaders increase their odds of having successful negotiations? This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines the many stages of negotiation, from evaluating potential partners and valuing the deal to providing protection from lies during the bargaining process and managing the ongoing relationship.

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  • Perfecting Your Thinking Skills

    Leadership Collection Critical thinking — meaning the ability to transcend bias and partial information to draw from objective analysis of facts to form a judgment — is one of the more challenging skills for managers to cultivate. This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines the ways to use data to supplement instinct, the importance of looking out for potentially important weak signals, and the ways to incorporate critical thinking into an organization overall.

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  • Putting People First

    Leadership Collection Emotional intelligence — self-awareness, emotional self control, and empathy in relationships — is a critical factor in leadership. This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review looks at ways that emotionally intelligent leaders read their workforces, create meaning in the day-to-day experience, and make it safe for employees to share problems or ideas.

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  • The Diversity Imperative

    Leadership Collection A more inclusive workplace not only boosts morale but often increases performance, too. This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines ways that organizations are adapting to workforces that are older, more demographically and geographically diverse, and more varied in their ability to work collectively.

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  • What Kind of Leader Are You?

    Leadership Collection Not every leader is wildly charismatic or cut from the same cloth as other leaders in the organization. This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines the ways leaders can turn their weaknesses into strengths, overcome their personal deficits, and position themselves to stay ahead of the curve.

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