Lotte Bailyn, T Wilson (1953) Professor of Management, Emerita, at the MIT Sloan School of Management, wrote pioneering studies regarding possibilities at the intersection of work and family. In 1988, she already saw the possibilities in how information technology could enable flexible work arrangements (while also identifying managers’ unwillingness to yield control as an obstacle). In 1993, she published those ideas in what became a classic book “Breaking the Mold: Women, Men, and Time in the New Corporate World". Over the years, she encouraged and worked with a generation of scholars, such as Leslie Perlow and Joyce Fletcher, to re-think how the use of time in organizations could enable both more productive work and more gender equity. Recognizing her immense contributions to the scholarship of work and family, Harvard University honored her with the 2021 Centennial Medal, one of the highest honors reserved to their alumni.