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The Top MIT SMR Articles of 2021  

The past year’s most popular articles offer insights on managing through an unpredictable environment of disruption and change.
  • In 2021, readers unsurprisingly gravitated toward articles about leading through a pandemic-changed world, understanding an unpredictable supply chain, and managing remote and hybrid teams. As the year progressed, readers’ focus shifted toward content about optimizing return-to-office plans, driving culture change, mitigating burnout, delivering on data science projects, and, of course, the always relevant issues of strategy and leadership.
  • The following are 12 of the most widely read articles SMR published in 2021.
    1. The Future of Team Leadership Is Multimodal, Robert Hooijberg and Michael Watkins.
    2. The Future of Work Is Through Workforce Ecosystems, Elizabeth J. Altman, David Kiron, Jeff Schwartz, and Robin Jones.
    3. 10 Things Your Corporate Culture Needs to Get Right, Donald Sull and Charles Sull.
    4. What You’re Getting Wrong About Burnout, Liz Fosslien.
    5. Redesigning the Post-Pandemic Workplace, Gerald C. Kane, Rich Nanda, Anh Phillips, and Jonathan Copulsky.
    6. Why Every Executive Should Be Focusing on Culture Change Now, Rose Hollister, Kathryn Tecosky, Michael Watkins, and Cindy Wolpert.
    7. Optimizing Return-to-Office Strategies With Organizational Network Analysis, Rob Cross and Peter Gray.
    8. Why Good Leaders Fail, Morela Hernandez, Jasmien Khattab, and Charlotte Hoopes.
    9. How to Combat Virtual Meeting Fatigue, Katie Kavanagh, Nicole Voss, Liana Kreamer, and Steven G. Rogelberg.
    10. Why So Many Data Science Projects Fail to Deliver, Mayur P. Joshi, Ning Su, Robert D. Austin, and Anand K. Sundaram.
    11. What Everyone Gets Wrong About the Never-Ending COVID-19 Supply Chain Crisis, Yossi Sheffi.
    12. Strategy as a Way of Life, Ikujiro Nonaka and Hirotaka Takeuchi.

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      1. The Future of Team Leadership Is Multimodal

      Robert Hooijberg and Michael Watkins

      The shift to hybrid virtual and in-person work models requires a fundamental change in the skills team leaders need to succeed in 2022 and beyond. Leaders will need to play four roles — Conductor, Catalyst, Coach, and Champion — as they adapt to managing a hybrid post-pandemic workforce.

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      2. The Future of Work Is Through Workforce Ecosystems

      Elizabeth J. Altman, David Kiron, Jeff Schwartz, and Robin Jones

      Today’s leaders need best practices for dealing strategically and operationally with a distributed, diverse workforce that crosses internal and external boundaries. The best way to address the shift to managing all types of workers is through the lens of a workforce ecosystem — a structure that consists of interdependent actors, from within the organization and beyond, working to pursue both individual and collective goals.

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