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Harvard Biz Review
How the 130-year-old GE is learning from Silicon Valley s.hbr.org/1uwaHY9 pic.twitter.com/uMghGag04q
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How the U.S. and India can strengthen their business ties s.hbr.org/1C9pMa3 pic.twitter.com/lMEbrOaZHH
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Why one company has a no-layoffs policy -- and how it works s.hbr.org/1C9pM9Y pic.twitter.com/DOONmiBE15
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5 “career orientations” that shift over time, depending on life circumstances: s.hbr.org/1C9pMa1 pic.twitter.com/HkbtaRJMS4
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Most of our purchase decisions take place unconsciously s.hbr.org/1C7TZpX pic.twitter.com/Urgqg6zbA2
GE believes that its changing culture is one reason it has lasted for 130 years s.hbr.org/1wy2ZfX pic.twitter.com/T72wUx7R3i
The benefits of a no-layoffs policy outweigh the costs s.hbr.org/1wy2ZfV pic.twitter.com/sqMBzumTQT
A cheat sheet of 19 different types of business models: s.hbr.org/1Jvh1WO pic.twitter.com/IWzruOVmJ8
This classic from Paul Krugman is our archive article of the week. s.hbr.org/1C7MkIi pic.twitter.com/hfXQ8qVoUe
How Obama can improve the mutual understanding between the U.S. and India s.hbr.org/1Jt1poC pic.twitter.com/cpNaq0mJ3K
3 ways Obama could improve the mutual understanding between the U.S. and India s.hbr.org/1CmUR8K pic.twitter.com/H1ZJRgkMap
A "one-size-fits-all" leadership development program won't work s.hbr.org/1CL5Jv7 pic.twitter.com/uNg1AVTqlW
Companies that mastered three specific pipeline practices saw 28% higher revenue growth s.hbr.org/1CmURpb pic.twitter.com/bKe1XRIeYs
Cybercrime is a global problem requiring a global solution s.hbr.org/1CmURFO pic.twitter.com/9HsMWIfDle
Huge opportunities exist in using digital technology to evolve your business model s.hbr.org/1CmURpj pic.twitter.com/64YqVF4oAW
The graduation approach is an intensive, integrated method that helps the ultra-poor s.hbr.org/1CL5HDq pic.twitter.com/yVKtVGeP7r
Can you have friends at work when you’re the boss? s.hbr.org/1CL5KPv pic.twitter.com/IsaH7hGcSZ
People sitting at messy desks are less efficient, less persistent, and more frustrated s.hbr.org/1CL5JuU pic.twitter.com/Yb9cgSBypP