We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Bill Kerr, Professor and Co-Director of Managing the Future of Work Initiative at Harvard Business School, to talk about the increasing pressure on companies to innovate in today’s rapidly evolving world of work.
In this interview, Bill discusses the impact of technological advancements on work, and offers insight into how senior leaders should think about company culture as they adapt their businesses to the new reality.
Tune in to hear more on this episode of the Radically Agile podcast.
The pace of transformation today is much faster than it has been in previous technological revolutions.”
Professor and Co-Director of Managing the Future of Work Initiative
Harvard Business School
About the Guest
Bill Kerr is the D’Arbeloff Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and co-director of Harvard’s Managing the Future of Work initiative and the faculty chair of the Launching New Ventures program for executive education. He is a recipient of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation’s Prize Medal for Distinguished Research in Entrepreneurship and Harvard’s Distinction in Teaching award.
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