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Harvard Biz Review
There are two main causes of poor decision making. Managers need to understand both: s.hbr.org/1Om8Pjh pic.twitter.com/ltu7PFNvoZ
A process for empathetic product design that focuses on people rather than technology s.hbr.org/1Om8OMq pic.twitter.com/QtOFUgsB18
Corporations and other organizations do not have cultures; they have philosophies s.hbr.org/1PwY9LP pic.twitter.com/jIbHpYa1ct
There are still just two fundamental forms of competitive advantage s.hbr.org/1PwY7nh pic.twitter.com/s6IPO6TIzt
A survey and reading list on how late-night work emailing affects you: s.hbr.org/1PwY9LX pic.twitter.com/TDGPSoDWvW
Fantasizing about the perfect job is about as useful as fantasizing about the perfect spouse s.hbr.org/1PwY9vu pic.twitter.com/3Xbd7Z64um
2 reasons we often feel busy but not productive — and how they are both self-imposed s.hbr.org/1PwY76F pic.twitter.com/aG1vlhw0Z8
The difference between cooperation and collaboration s.hbr.org/1Om8Pjd pic.twitter.com/iDBnxpGls0
Bad managers could be holding back your best talent: s.hbr.org/1PwY76J pic.twitter.com/6Kk59SFrZK
Why we often don’t come across the way we think s.hbr.org/1Om8Pjj pic.twitter.com/mVQPkkuyxC
The principles of strategy haven’t changed: It's still all about cost, price, and competitors s.hbr.org/1PwY76L pic.twitter.com/I4NoCWymkM
The time management techniques we all learned in the past are failing us s.hbr.org/1Om8P2P pic.twitter.com/4SvFHXaPxH
Racial bias exists at work, and executives shouldn’t be silent about it s.hbr.org/1Om8Pjb pic.twitter.com/BKj0mw9u2v
Don't miss our pick from the archive this week: The Decision-Driven Organization s.hbr.org/1G12ClI pic.twitter.com/MT0OiYgm0o
How to Help Someone Develop Emotional Intelligence s.hbr.org/1Om8MUC pic.twitter.com/EBgPmb3LOq
Are you are harder to judge accurately than others? An assessment: s.hbr.org/1Om8MUy pic.twitter.com/HmTg74EIzI
Emotions vary tremendously across cultures — both in terms of expression and meaning s.hbr.org/1Om8Nb2 pic.twitter.com/hCvx2Z4xel