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Harvard Biz Review

Learn to like (or even love?) networking. s.hbr.org/24ja1vR
How to Disagree with Someone More Powerful Than You s.hbr.org/26BrMoN
Customer-facing high-performers are more likely to bypass IT s.hbr.org/1TnKOoH
More of us are bringing our own devices to work, even as fewer companies are allowing it s.hbr.org/26Uo89O
Put an end to miscommunication and inefficiency--and tap into the strengths of your team. s.hbr.org/26UEsr1
Get the latest from HBR emailed to your inbox. s.hbr.org/1ZciutW
With the best of intentions, executives may be eroding the benefits that agile can deliver. s.hbr.org/26L5Szy
How you can avoid hiring a toxic employee: s.hbr.org/24ob9OR
Keeping out bad apples matters more than wooing stars s.hbr.org/1pYqC5b
For subscribers: A new slide deck based on the classic #BlueOceanStrategy s.hbr.org/1TiZlC3 @BlueOceanStrtgy
How to become a company full of superforecasters. s.hbr.org/1Tq7lkY @PTetlock
How to Avoid Hiring a Toxic Employee s.hbr.org/1TabAkg
How to master agile, the process that’s transforming management. s.hbr.org/1VGXL3c @jeffsutherland
4 networking strategies for people who hate networking. s.hbr.org/1TfByD3
Leaders must purposefully and confidently embrace the paradoxes they confront. s.hbr.org/1Tq0Oa7
Agile revolutionized the software industry. It's poised to do the same for the rest of us. s.hbr.org/1TpY38G
Our archive article of the week: "Saving Your Rookie Managers From Themselves" s.hbr.org/1O0DayV
Why Your Candidate Pool Needs at Least Two Women, Not Just One s.hbr.org/1rohJ6n
What Work Email Reveals About Performance and Potential s.hbr.org/1rohHeB
Stop late-night emailing your team s.hbr.org/1SPHF3K
Creative job titles can boost employee satisfaction and recruitment s.hbr.org/1SPHIwv Share your thoughts
If only one woman is in your candidate pool, there's statistically no chance she'll be hired s.hbr.org/1SPHGoi
How the make-up of your finalist candidate pool affects your hiring decisions: s.hbr.org/1rohJmJ
 
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