Book descriptionAs digital technologies evolve, managers and employees will need to learn three important skills: partnering with new digital “colleagues,” creating a mindful relationship with omnipresent digital technologies, and developing empathy for the varying technology preferences of their human coworkers. Organizations, for their part, will need to design processes to support these efforts, and managers will need to be both flexible and thoughtful in how they respond.
- Title: The Three New Skills Managers Need
- Release date: October 2016
- Publisher(s): MIT Sloan Management Review
- ISBN: 53863MIT58132
You might also like
Why Managers Still Matter
The Industrial Revolution brought the decline of small-scale, cottage production and the rise of large, integrated …
Unlearn: Let Go of Past Success to Achieve Extraordinary Results
A transformative system that shows leaders how to rethink their strategies, retool their capabilities, and revitalize …
Getting to Yes Across Cultures
What to know before your next negotiation, based on research by Erin Meyer.
From Brainwave to Business
Award-winning entrepreneur, Celia Gates, shows you how to build a profitable business from your idea, from …