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Harvard Biz Review
How established firms can keep “legacy” from turning into a liability in today’s environment s.hbr.org/1cmhtg3 pic.twitter.com/pq7pG8BUxu
How the Navy SEALs Train for Leadership Excellence s.hbr.org/1cmhtwl pic.twitter.com/yagEvjFyWW
Women are the ones making most health care decisions. So why are they ignored? s.hbr.org/1eB9LjR pic.twitter.com/FkdoTy3RZV
Middle managers are often perceived as powerless sticks-in-the-mud. This is flat-out wrong s.hbr.org/1eB9LjT pic.twitter.com/G7H3Lccylw
Good science isn't necessarily widely cited science s.hbr.org/1cmhtg7 pic.twitter.com/nHYAMA3acE
If a man and a machine work side by side, which one will make the decisions? s.hbr.org/1cmhr7Z pic.twitter.com/H8u3QNN0la
What Africa's leaders have learned about overcoming huge challenges s.hbr.org/1cmhr7V pic.twitter.com/Co9haHqcAc
Make your brand distinctive -- and the first one that comes to consumers' minds: s.hbr.org/1cmhr7X pic.twitter.com/1VChddAiET
Why You Need a Company-Wide Approach to Good Decision Making s.hbr.org/1cjMGQM pic.twitter.com/EopkpUpSQY
How policymakers can make America more entrepreneurial: s.hbr.org/1Qeb3gh pic.twitter.com/2EMWRk48t9
Several strategies can help companies let go of outdated legacy technologies: s.hbr.org/1HPmX0X pic.twitter.com/P1Y5pVtfnx
Management Training Needs to Be More Uncomfortable s.hbr.org/1BrMzJz pic.twitter.com/h0EoZnlWN7
How to Craft a Persuasive Message When You’re Not (Yet) a Trusted Messenger s.hbr.org/1eAjW8f pic.twitter.com/SA2nmdit37
What Liberia’s President Can Teach Leaders About Overcoming Obstacles s.hbr.org/1PQmjEF pic.twitter.com/T9L7uyYQS9
The Most Important Consumers Health Care Is Forgetting: Women s.hbr.org/1FiWV01 pic.twitter.com/6gDzAwJ3oC
Despite what Zappos says, middle managers are more influential than you think s.hbr.org/1FiWTVW pic.twitter.com/yWmLl9rbBg
With this new tool, brand centrality and distinctiveness don’t have to be contradictory goals: s.hbr.org/1d1LuCp pic.twitter.com/yMTcqyRpZT
Why is it so hard to build and maintain the capacity to innovate? s.hbr.org/1HOPyDu @motogp61 pic.twitter.com/bNn2XQ0oNE
Machines are beginning to make inroads into everything humans are good at: s.hbr.org/1d1O1wu pic.twitter.com/ysIhqORLIy