As the collaborative intensity of work has exploded and the pace of change has accelerated over the past decade, personal networks have become critical to the performance and well-being of individuals (and organizations).
This study explores, through deep-dive interviews, how senior stakeholders from functions that are relevant in the Digital Transformation process perceive the related leadership and organizational challenges (with special emphasis on cross-boundary collaboration).
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Innovation Resource Center for Human Resources (IRC4HR) is proud to announce its corporate membership in the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE), a visionary, internationally recognized group of thought leaders and researchers examining the impact of digital technologies on business, the economy, and society. IRC4HR and the IDE share a mutual interest in defining the future of work and helping people and organizations understand what it will take to work and prosper in a period of disruptive and rapid digital transformation.
The IDE (located within the MIT Sloan School) also shares IRC4HR’s mission of advancing knowledge and practice through a multi-stakeholder, interdisciplinary approach that brings together thought leaders from academia, industry, government, and non-profits and provides actionable insights and solutions to current and emerging management challenges. With a focus on areas critical to the digital economy (e.g., defining new employment relationships, closing skill gaps, enhancing productivity, creating new business models, …