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Harvard Biz Review
Today's management tip: Get rid of your zombie projects pic.twitter.com/aLwyDk79Rf
When should you try to appeal to someone's heart vs. someone's mind? It depends: s.hbr.org/1eq0NWw pic.twitter.com/2gFrAK9i1T
What Alibaba’s rise can teach companies about adapting to changing marketplace conditions: s.hbr.org/1c9ooZJ pic.twitter.com/1BbiYsDyqL
Our archive article of the week is the classic "Managers and Leaders: Are They Different?" s.hbr.org/1K9uLIr pic.twitter.com/wAZidCmj8m
A business strategy alone isn’t good enough. You need an innovation strategy: s.hbr.org/1Q2oVdi @motogp61 pic.twitter.com/XUNBYMBFgE
Whether you should focus on winning someone's heart or mind depends on the situation: s.hbr.org/1FuUQjV pic.twitter.com/gPqBtIWZhc
The different factors at work that shape how much CEOs and regular workers get paid s.hbr.org/1PD7bKT pic.twitter.com/SHuJDL9kxH
When to inform, direct, entertain, or inspire your employees: s.hbr.org/1dq5QWX pic.twitter.com/zd2E7Qo26p
Why are employees still spending valuable time on manual, repetitive tasks? s.hbr.org/1Q2oUWM pic.twitter.com/tEZYWB0fPM
As computers get more powerful, companies have less need for some kinds of workers s.hbr.org/1Q2oUWS pic.twitter.com/YVWcCsgOTb
It's hard to lead people if you don't know what's driving them s.hbr.org/1dq5SOy pic.twitter.com/rdh5y1z0bN
Does your team have enough intellectual diversity? You can find out: s.hbr.org/1Q2oXlB pic.twitter.com/reRCWVAcm1
Respect doesn't come with a title. Leaders need to earn it: s.hbr.org/1dq5SOk pic.twitter.com/uJnEecx7Vl
Why Lilly Pulitzer’s Target Disaster Actually Wasn’t s.hbr.org/1Q2oXlr pic.twitter.com/eUSUGZiPfV
Sometimes we should ask ourselves if we're being too stubborn: s.hbr.org/1dq5Sy0 pic.twitter.com/xZYoKlS6hO
Companies drain women's ambitions after only 2 years s.hbr.org/1Q2oXlJ pic.twitter.com/KxIqjfsT27
Use behavioral principles to wean yourself from your digital devices s.hbr.org/1dq5QGf pic.twitter.com/2WiWUFifsN
How to shift your employee's response from "I have to" to "I want to" s.hbr.org/1dq5Rdk pic.twitter.com/vBu4eyoMW6
Robots, innovation strategy, digital distraction, and much more. Our June issue is live! s.hbr.org/1dq5SOq pic.twitter.com/jMma7evpZQ