Harvard Business Review Do You Know How Your Teams Get Work Done? New research from Soroco, Harvard & Wharton suggests many managers don’t - but work graph can help close the gap. Read the article
Managers don’t have it easy. They have to balance several priorities, stakeholders, motivate and align their teams, all while ensuring the team hits the desired targets at work. Remote work has only added to these challenges. In this environment how can technology help managers to be more effective?
In this, first-of-its-kind research study conducted by Soroco, Harvard, and Wharton, we measure and highlight a key challenge that managers face today – establishing a baseline for how their teams get work done. After all, before improving something one must know the baseline first. The study also discusses how work graphs and machine learning can be used to help managers improve their understanding of the baseline.
Rohan Narayana Murty
Founder & CTO
Rajath B. Das
Sr. Research Analyst
Scott Duke Kominers
Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
Co-founder & Chief Product Officer
Philip J. Stomberg Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor, Harvard Business School
Professor of Technology and Digital Business, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania