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Since 1959, MIT Sloan Management Review has offered business management research and ideas from innovators such as scientist Peter Senge and economics columnist Lester Thurow. In the latest issue, authors Günter K. Stahl and Ingmar Bjorkman discuss strategies for sustaining a strong talent pipeline through employee recruitment and strategically mounted fire hoses. Other topics include the benefits of relocating a business headquarters overseas and increased labor costs in emerging markets.
MIT Sloan Management Review
Since 1959, the MIT Sloan Management Review has served as a media vehicle for the prestigious MIT Sloan School of Management. Within its quarterly pages lies copy produced independently by and in collaboration with academic researchers, business leaders, and other influential thinkers about management tactics that inspire innovation and leadership. Realizing that modern technology has made conversations continual, the magazine's journalists and editors post regular online content as well on topics such as "What Walmart and Google Have in Common.”