Overloading your knowledge workers isn’t the path to organizational success, say the authors of this MIT Sloan Management Review article. Prevent the inefficiencies and chaos of chronically piled-up work and strained staffers by embracing “pull thinking,” a production model adopted from manufacturing.
About the Authors
Sheila Dodge manages Broad Genomics and is a Broad Institute scientist. Don Kieffer lectures at the MIT Sloan School of Management, where Nelson P. Repenning is a professor.
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