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Study: Executives receive an average of 30,000 external communications per year s.hbr.org/1kWFN94 pic.twitter.com/oSp5M97cV8
A simple tool that can help you work better with international colleagues s.hbr.org/1ibKY5u pic.twitter.com/jmb35z8Nir
Focus on the activities leaders need to change, not on who leaders need to be s.hbr.org/1jv02X6 pic.twitter.com/KssdsxVgZP
Forget the Strategy PowerPoint s.hbr.org/1nEjV1Z
If-then planners are much more likely than others to reach their goals. Here's how to do it: s.hbr.org/1ice26Z pic.twitter.com/r9aMAzoGYg
If You’re Thinking of Soliciting Donations in Bulgaria… s.hbr.org/1nEgW9L
The One Thing Every Business Dies Without s.hbr.org/1nEeKz3
Sixty percent of the top U.S. companies now have at least two women on their executive committees. s.hbr.org/1lwK1Ho
If you want to create real change, it is not power and influence that you need, but those who seek to overthrow them s.hbr.org/1jwAp9S
"Whether or not you care about Uber and Tesla, you should care about business innovation and disruption" s.hbr.org/1lwK4Tu
To justify an innovative idea, don't just gather data. Generate your own s.hbr.org/1lwK4D4
Self-appraisals are a particularly annoying part of review time. Here's how experts advise you write yours: s.hbr.org/1hU8Vy7
Of the 1,164 executive committee members of America's Top 100 companies, the ratio is still 83% men to 17% women. s.hbr.org/1i8oLp1
To motivate employees to innovate, focus on culture rather than just cash s.hbr.org/1jwvgOS
If you really want to make the case for an innovative idea, don't just gather data. Generate your own. s.hbr.org/1i8oLoS
How companies have turned killing time into an art form s.hbr.org/1kTHggh via @qz
Why change management efforts commonly fail s.hbr.org/1jwveXx
Don't Let Incumbents Hold Back the Future s.hbr.org/1i8oLFj by @amcafee
The problem with China's growth model s.hbr.org/1jwvi9q
Students & young professionals: Enter the #GPDC14 essay/video contest for a chance to attend @GDruckerForum & more s.hbr.org/1jqoE3e
To Create Change, Leadership Is More Important Than Authority s.hbr.org/1h5XwK2
Experts say that staying avoiding gossip may be riskier than joining in. s.hbr.org/1hU8RhM
Why You Have to Generate Your Own Data s.hbr.org/1h5EenQ
Two books that help us understand what kind of humor works at the office and why s.hbr.org/1nuIoqx
Even Good Employees Hoard Great Ideas s.hbr.org/1hhoqKq