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Harvard Biz Review
Today's management tip: Get the credit you deserve
Can your résumé capture someone's attention in 6 seconds? s.hbr.org/1D6YLGc
Who Benefits from the Peer-to-Peer Economy? s.hbr.org/1JQ7fyb
Customers Like Self-Service, Unless It Undermines Customer Support s.hbr.org/1JQ7glZ
3D printing is already bigger than you think s.hbr.org/1JQ7fyh
To Hold Women Back, Keep Treating Them Like Men s.hbr.org/1JQ7gCj
The audience is the heart of any presentation. So you have to figure out what makes them tick s.hbr.org/1JQ7gCf
What marketers can learn from successful social movements s.hbr.org/1D6YLGh
The most common writing errors are easily avoidable s.hbr.org/1D6YLGj
Greece’s Problem Is More Complicated than Austerity s.hbr.org/1gjzfmW
Even exciting jobs have boring days. So we all need strategies for working through a slump: s.hbr.org/1D62WSq
How PowerPoint makes documents easier to draft, organize, visualize, and share s.hbr.org/1GYR13L
Understanding HR innovations is, sadly, a low priority in business schools s.hbr.org/1GYR3c0
Using the history of IT to think about the future of cars s.hbr.org/1gjzfn0
The Best Presentations Are Tailored to the Audience s.hbr.org/1GYR3bT
Why is cybersecurity so difficult to get right? An IBM security expert explains: s.hbr.org/1GYR13N
The peer-to-peer economy should benefit everyone s.hbr.org/1gjzf6A
Yes, your résumé needs a summary. And it has to capture someone's attention in 6 seconds: s.hbr.org/1GYR0Nt
“Ease of fix” deserves as much product design attention as "ease of use" s.hbr.org/1gjzfmQ
For successful entrepreneurs, passion and preparedness go hand in hand: s.hbr.org/1D5n1Zc
The case for creating a new decision-making body in the C-suite: s.hbr.org/1GXYJLF
Our archive is open this summer. Just register here to get access: s.hbr.org/1fDjaaP
The Best Presentations Are Tailored to the Audience s.hbr.org/1CZusAX
Why I write in PowerPoint: It makes documents easier to draft, organize, visualize, and share s.hbr.org/1D6PWMm
Greece’s Problem Is More Complicated than Austerity s.hbr.org/1InTMwF




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