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Leading Change: The 4 Levels of Ownership

We all know that when people feel responsible and take ownership of a change process it drastically increases the success rate. But did you know that ownership has 4 levels? 1,127 more words

Business Transformation

Whot's future? Managing the Bots That Are Managing the Business

Algorithms are fundamentally redefining the roles of worker and manager.

This article is part of an MIT SMR initiative exploring how technology is reshaping the practice of management. 158 more words

Customer Management

Leveraging Smart Data and Internet of Things to Realize Mass Customization

Found at http://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/leveraging-smart-data-and-internet-of-things-to-realize-mass-customization/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+mitsmr+%28MIT+Sloan+Management+Review%29&__scoop_topic=160011&__scoop_post=6ccf21e0-01d3-11e6-e064-90b11c40440d#__scoop_post=6ccf21e0-01d3-11e6-e064-90b11c40440d&__scoop_topic=160011

Authors: Wolfgang Gruel (moovel GmbH), Frank Piller (MIT Smart Customization Group and RWTH Aachen University), and Michael Fitzgerald

This is a summary of the full article. 399 more words

Service Management

Good OM Reading: The Hard Work Behind Analytics Success

The hype around business analytics, our topics in Modules A-F, has reached a fever pitch. From baseball to biomedical advances, stories abound about data scientists applying their wizard like talents to find untapped markets, make millions, or save lives. 273 more words

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Oxford Saïd Research Shows How CEOs Keep In The Know - And Why Sometimes They Fail

CEOs know that it’s vital for them to keep on top of what’s going on in their organisation, and almost all have developed a ‘personal knowledge infrastructure’ to help them do just that  – but they rarely pause to consider its effectiveness and fit, say a team of academics from Warwick Business School and Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. 653 more words

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Social Media Week Part III - Twitter and Innovation in Your Compliance Program

I continue my exploration of the use of social media in your Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance program today. One of the ways that Chief Compliance Officers (CCOs) and compliance practitioners can communicate about their compliance programs is through the use of the social media tool Twitter. 1,163 more words

Compliance Programs