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"Although Millennials have a lot in common with older colleagues, the study quantified some very real differences." s.hbr.org/1wmurjn
Predictive Medicine Depends on Analytics s.hbr.org/1D0Xc6i
Australia Tries to Keep Older Workers in the Workforce s.hbr.org/1oxo5Ou
Help Your Team Spend Time on the Right Things s.hbr.org/1oxo4tD
Only one in 428 applicants end up with a job at Google s.hbr.org/1sQmi5r @qz
Successful innovators don't care about innovating -- they care about solving problems s.hbr.org/1DBujjg
Why cord-cutters aren't a major threat s.hbr.org/1DBujQq
Design strategies to support extroverts' need for privacy: s.hbr.org/1tgpXei
Managers should rarely take an important analysis at face value s.hbr.org/1tgpXe9 @thedatadoc1 pic.twitter.com/sUNuecSekN
How to train first-class buyers, from the CEO of TJX s.hbr.org/1tgpUz7 pic.twitter.com/cpIjAsJHTs
The sectors where the Internet of Things will be tested first s.hbr.org/1tgpUz2
You can choose to ignore emotional intelligence - but make sure you understand the risks s.hbr.org/1DBuifl
Management Tip: Don’t Let "Viral" Get in the Way of Good Marketing s.hbr.org/1owddAq #HBRMgmntTip
Save yourself some time and stop pre-crastinating s.hbr.org/12bsnR6 #HBRMgmntTip
Here's why you only have a 0.2% chance of getting hired at Google s.hbr.org/12drKGJ @qz
If you want to land that new job, think creatively about who you ask for references s.hbr.org/1uEVG5i
An interview with @Disney CEO Robert A. Iger: s.hbr.org/1uFaMb8
Watch: How to integrate work and life s.hbr.org/1sPgtVW
Counterfeiting as a form of free advertising s.hbr.org/12bslsJ
The industrial internet is revolutionizing value creation and capture at @generalelectric s.hbr.org/1wom467
You shouldn't always reply to an email right away s.hbr.org/12bsnAH
You don't like having to pay for huge bundles of channels no one watches? Neither does Comcast. s.hbr.org/1tgcEub
The IoT is expected to connect 28 billion "things" to the internet by 2020 s.hbr.org/1tg9QNI
Even social butterflies need places to withdraw at work s.hbr.org/1wknpvF
Cable Providers Win Even in an a La Carte World s.hbr.org/1CX1KdU
"I never thought of the shows as groundbreaking." TV legend Norman Lear on his life's work: s.hbr.org/1vNpgKs pic.twitter.com/XaEiafTkEm
"Digital transformation is no traditional disruption scenario." s.hbr.org/1wkwuV3 pic.twitter.com/0HROLBFith
100 global CEOs, ranked based on long-term performance: s.hbr.org/1vNwa29
The only way innovation ever really happens is by adopting a customer-centered, problem-focused mindset s.hbr.org/1uEVFOQ
Successful leaders need much more than just IQ s.hbr.org/1uEVH9t
Remembering Ben Bradlee, the Washington Post's legendary executive editor from 1968 to 1991 s.hbr.org/1uF4ckW pic.twitter.com/dbd5mM2VGV
The Sectors Where the Internet of Things Really Matters s.hbr.org/1oudi7A
Watch: @StewFriedman explains how to better integrate life's four domains: work, home, community, and self s.hbr.org/1wkh4jT
Design a Workspace that Gives Extroverts Privacy, Too s.hbr.org/1CW6aBU
How the industrial internet is revolutionizing value creation and capture at @generalelectric: s.hbr.org/1wogtfY
"I'm driven by great challenge." @Disney's Bob Iger, number 60 on our list of top CEOs: s.hbr.org/1nz37hn
How smart, connected products are transforming competition: s.hbr.org/1wkjFdy #longreads pic.twitter.com/Wxu2mS9d2M
Carol Meyrowitz, number 51 on our list of best-performing CEOs, describes how TJX finds and trains top talent: s.hbr.org/12bxS2q
When It Comes to Data, Skepticism Matters s.hbr.org/1CVEsVS
"Wouldn't it be great to put a spotlight on acts of leadership in business that prove you can do well by doing good?" s.hbr.org/1wogMaO
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Successful Innovators Don’t Care About Innovating s.hbr.org/1CVneI6
Counterfeiting as a Form of Free Advertising s.hbr.org/1CVeP7H
Ignore Emotional Intelligence at Your Own Risk s.hbr.org/1ott8PT
Before you reply to that email, pause s.hbr.org/1DxGPAg
Our list of the 100 best-performing CEOs in the world: s.hbr.org/1DsU1Xc pic.twitter.com/0Ee0IUBukU
If you want to land the job, think creatively about those references s.hbr.org/126opta