Leadership & ManagementEditing Portfolio / By Deborah Milstein All articles published by MIT Sloan Management Review online and in print. Diet, Exercise, and Logging Off? Rethinking Employee WellnessCompanies’ approach to employee health should take into account the effects of social media use on workers’ well-being. Building the Cognitive Budget for Your Most Effective MindCognitive budgeting can help employees at all levels be more intentional about where they direct their mental energy. Cracking the Culture Code for Successful Digital TransformationLeaders can successfully execute a digital transformation by achieving cultural balance between continuity and change. Boomerang CEOs: What Happens When the CEO Comes Back?A comparative investigation of boomerang and non-boomerang CEOs reveals some nonobvious insights and critical implications for leaders. What Employees Need to Hear From Leaders in Times of CrisisDuring a crisis, employees need frequent, honest communication from organizational and team leaders. How to Reduce the Risk of Colliding Change InitiativesNew research points to consistency as a pivotal success factor when companies launch concurrent change initiatives. The Two Roles Leaders Must Play in a CrisisDisaster managers must be sufficiently flexible to meet stakeholder expectations, depending on the situation. Leading in Government Demands the Stewardship of Public TrustMaintaining public trust — a critical leadership responsibility — can be daunting when trust has suffered grievous harm. Do Founder CEOs Tune Out Their Teams?New research explores whether founder CEOs incorporate or ignore advice from their leadership teams.