Skip to content

Strategy

  • Fostering Collaboration

    Common goals and an alignment on strategies enhance collaboration. These articles highlight some best practices, both within an organization and among collaborating companies.

    More

  • Staying Agile

    Learn how the agile software development process is being used as a management strategy, with lessons from ING bank, Toyota, Spotify, and others.

    More

  • Beat the Odds in M&A-Based Turnarounds

    You can create significant value by buying troubled businesses and fixing them up. Here’s how.

    More

  • The Myths and Realities of Business Ecosystems

    Developing an ecosystem strategy means organizations must shift to a new way of thinking.

    More

  • It Pays to Have a Digitally Savvy Board

    Having board members with digital business experience is a new financial performance differentiator.

    More

  • Rebooting Work for a Digital Era: How IBM Reimagined Talent and Performance Management

    IBM’s digital transformation could not succeed without higher levels of employee engagement, and that meant it had to throw out its existing performance management system.

    More

  • A New Playbook for Diversified Companies

    Strong multi-business companies are defying expectations in three ways.

    More

  • Taking Stock of Corporate Risk-Taking

    Boards can counter the risks that stem from executive bias by following three key steps.

    More

  • 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.

    More

  • 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.

    More