Prof. Yossi Sheffi writes a new book for executives pondering how to reduce corporate risk.
Prof. Tom Malone says technology is changing the workplace – including a time when employees will actually vote on who will be their boss.
Alec Dingee, ’52, creates an MIT service to help entrepreneurs start a successful start-up.
Dialogue expert William Isaacs says that problems between people often stem from an inability to conduct a successful dialogue.
Building a successful firm requires good communication skills, says Ken Morse, who is teaching networking skills at the Sloan School.
Niel Robertson, a 25-year-old entrepreneur, recently gave MIT $431,000 in honor of his parents.
Experts at the Sloan School say business predictions for the 21st century include more casual dressing for men.
Joan and Bill Porter, ’67, founder of online trading powerhouse ETrade, donate $25 million to MIT’s Sloan School of Management.