Team learning has become more important than ever as remote work technologies enable easier collaboration across great distances. In this Insights Q&A, three Questrom professors specializing in Management and Organizations- Master Lecturer Dr. Sandi Deacon Carr, Senior Lecturer Dr. Paul “Hutch” Hutchinson, and Senior Lecturer Jennifer Mandolese- discuss their work on Questrom Team Learning.
Moshe Cohen provides insight on the importance of assessment when negotiating a job offer. He offers advice and guidance on the different factors that need to be evaluated, especially during an unprecedented time when the job search is limited.
American Sociological Review recently published an article authored by Michel Anteby, Dean’s Research Scholar and Professor, Management & Organizations and Audrey Holm, Lecturer, Management & Organizations. Michel and Audrey highlighted an unusual field- puppetry- to examine how the move of puppeteers from the live stage to televised performances necessitated differing expertise within the industry.
Expertise is a key currency in today’s
The past year has brought a lot of trauma. How should organizations respond as it pertains to their employees? Should companies provide resources or allow time off? Bill Kahn, professor of Management & Organizations, offers insight from his research and offers practical solutions to the issues raised by trauma in organizations.
Lecturer of Management Constance Hadley recently had a piece published in MIT Sloan Management Review on team member loneliness. Specifically, her piece looks at trends in team collaboration and social interaction before and during the shift to remote work due to COVID-19.
What are key conflict management strategies that managers should know? Why is it important to manage conflicts in your organizations efficiently? Have these strategies changed at all with remote teams in the pandemic? Learn key conflict management lessons from Senior Lecturer Moshe Cohen.
Associate Professor of Management & Organizations Michael Anteby researches the role that ghostwriters play in creating "authentic" content for the people for whom they work. “We live in a society in which authenticity is hyper-valued, but what’s actually happening is we’re creating a labor market and an economy that thrive on altering the self,” Anteby says.