Published and Working Papers
The team at ShiftGear is continually applying and testing Dynamic Work Design principles. The following list of working papers represents a sampling of papers completed by members of ShiftGear.
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“Agile for Everyone Else: Using Triggers and Checks to Create Agility Outside of Software Development.” Repenning, James, Don Keifer, and Nelson Repenning, MIT Sloan Working Paper 5198-17. Cambridge, MA: MIT Sloan School of Management, June 2017.
“The Most Underrated Skill in Management.” Repenning, Nelson Peter, Don Kieffer, and Todd Astor. MIT Sloan Management Review, March 2017.
“What Problem Are You Trying To Solve: An Introduction to Structured Problem Solving.” Astor, Todd, Michael Morales, Don Kieffer, and Nelson Repenning, MIT Sloan Working Paper 5175-16. Cambridge, MA: MIT Sloan School of Management, October 2016.
“Viewpoint: Designing Effective Work In Dynamic Medical Environments.” Mangi, Abeel A., and Nelson P. Repenning, MIT Sloan Working Paper 5166-16. Cambridge, MA: MIT Sloan School of Management, April 2016.
“Using Dynamic Work Design to Help Cure Cancer (and other diseases).” Dodge, Sheila, Timothy De Smet, James Meldrim, Niall Lennon, Danielle Perrin, Steve Ferriera, Zachary Leber, Dennis Friedrich, Stacey Gabriel, Eric S. Lander, Don Kieffer and Nelson P. Repenning, MIT Sloan Working Paper 5159-16. Cambridge, MA: MIT Sloan School of Management, June 2016.
“Capability Traps and Self-Confirming Attribution Errors in the Dynamics of Process Improvement.” Repenning, Nelson P., and John D. Sterman. Administrative Science Quarterly Vol. 47, No. 2 (2002): 265-295.
“Understanding Firefighting in New Product Development.” Repenning, Nelson P. Journal of Product Innovation Management Vol. 18, No. 5 (2001): 285-300.
See other publications by Nelson Repenning HERE.