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A June 2024 conference sponsored by D'Amore-McKim aims to help people work smarter, not harder, thanks to the help of AI and solve the world's problems along the way.

“This was the first time it's ever been done,” says Roy Anderson, who recently won the 2023 D'Amore-McKim Teaching Innovation & Excellence Award for his Supply Chain Virtual Innovation Lab.

A new award-winning class from D'Amore-McKim Professor Loredana Padurean is turning heads and changing minds.

Dean De Cremer shares why the ethical use of AI is crucial to shaping the future of careers. Uncovering principles that matter in the realm of artificial intelligence.

The European Business Review

Companies that invest in robust remote work policies are better insulated from the business impact of natural disasters, according to research from John Bai and his collaborators published in the Harvard Business Review.

Harvard Business Review

In the year since AI tools have become widely available, Nada Sanders has interviewed leaders across industries to asses how generative AI has altered their practices. Her research reveals that organizations are focusing their investments on enhancing the human skills of their workforce.

Harvard Business Review

Stanford researchers recently updated their databases of the top 2% of research citations for the sixth time. It includes career citations and citations in 2022.

Ruth V. Aguilera and her co-author urge organizations to take a new approach to corporate governance in the face of existential risks posed by the strain of planetary resources in their study, which received the Journal of Management Studies 2022 Best Paper Award.

I by IMD

Counterfeiting isn't only bad for company's bottom lines, but their it threatens the safety and trust of customers. Organizations should be taking a proactive approach to stop bad actors.

MIT Sloan Management Review

Every social media marketer woke up on Wednesday, July 5th, with the same thought: should I stay or should I go?

This is a classic case of the false dilemma fallacy. You don't have to leave Twitter and you don't have to create a new Threads strategy – just yet.