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If you're just getting started as a new team leader, read this: s.hbr.org/1sV0WkC
VIDEO via @wgbh: Linda Hill on creativity and innovation at @HarvardBooks. See Linda LIVE at #WBFNY in Oct: s.hbr.org/1x2dNbu @wobi_en
There's a growing divide in how well different firms pay for similar work s.hbr.org/1sV0WAU
Experiencing a career setback? Here's an example and a test to help you move past it: s.hbr.org/1sV0Wky
When should you trust your predictive analytics? s.hbr.org/1x1FFMF
Don't scoff at classroom learning for entrepreneurs -- it works s.hbr.org/1sV0Ucw
On 10/15 at 11am PST (2pm EST), join @nathan_furr and @Jeffrey_Dyer for a live talk on The Innovator's Method s.hbr.org/1x1FHEp
Airline pilots' incidence of melanoma is about twice that of the general population s.hbr.org/XNWjzZ
Management Tip: Don’t Let Others’ Emotions Stop You from Negotiating s.hbr.org/1B2GiDB #HBRMgmntTip
If you want to nudge employee behavior, make changes to what's around them s.hbr.org/XNWxHB
The way to win someone over? Ask for advice s.hbr.org/1udQdrc #HBRMgmntTip
If the Austro-Hungarian Empire provides any lesson for Scotland, it's that the confusion is only beginning s.hbr.org/1ymptrd
5 questions to let you know when to trust your statistical models s.hbr.org/XNTQFJ
How boards can set up a new CEO for success s.hbr.org/1sV8TGv
One example that can help you get past a career setback s.hbr.org/1udP56G
The world's disadvantaged rule-breakers need encouragement to become entrepreneurs s.hbr.org/1uZTyIf
Tips to help new team leaders succeed s.hbr.org/1sibKic
Move beyond cultural assumptions -- and ease conflict on your team s.hbr.org/1uZSkN6 pic.twitter.com/K2mFdczxQt
How much you make depends on more than where you fall on the org chart s.hbr.org/1shwjvg
Boards Are Terrible at Their Most Important Job s.hbr.org/1mCPSfk
VIDEO via @wgbh: Linda Hill on creativity and innovation at @HarvardBooks. See Linda LIVE at #WBFNY in Oct: s.hbr.org/1qZVWPU @wobi_en
Scotland’s Vote Didn’t Clarify the Path Forward s.hbr.org/1mCzBal
Getting Past a Career Setback: An Example and a Test s.hbr.org/1rh0qiF
How to Tell If You Should Trust Your Statistical Models s.hbr.org/1mCnNER
Why We Should Teach Entrepreneurship to Disadvantaged Students s.hbr.org/1rgvtLL
Join @nathan_furr and @Jeffrey_Dyer for a live talk on The Innovator's Method, on 10/15 at 11am PST/2pm EST: s.hbr.org/1B1BdLJ
[Sponsored tweet] 5 questions to help bridge the #analytics gap: 2.sas.us/6014olFe
Predict Cultural Conflicts on Your Team s.hbr.org/1mB82hw
Melanoma Incidence Is Much Higher for Flight Crews s.hbr.org/1mAXTBi
The Salary Gap Between Stingy and Generous Companies Is Growing s.hbr.org/1rfNdXw
What to do if you want to change employee behavior s.hbr.org/1uORu5L
Philosophy can make you a better leader s.hbr.org/1uORvqk
Here's what Oracle shouldn't do, according to new research s.hbr.org/1yjFMot
Imagine being selected as a founder -- before you've even started a company s.hbr.org/1tzdhPz
Without better rules, the NFL's problems aren't going away s.hbr.org/1uNJWjv
Mobile money services have been flourishing in Africa s.hbr.org/1tzdhPl
Management Tip: Win Someone Over by Asking for Advice s.hbr.org/1myKHNj #HBRMgmntTip
Using algorithms for decision-making means your people will need new skills s.hbr.org/1r66Xhr
Only 34% of workers want to be promoted into management s.hbr.org/1tzdiml pic.twitter.com/qCJXcHzewh
Stop trying to hire the perfect data scientist and focus on developing your team's skills s.hbr.org/1BUIsY7
Larry Ellison may know a few things that the governance watchdogs don't s.hbr.org/1BUIr6C
Don't be a CEO who is penny-wise and pound-foolish s.hbr.org/1uNJUIy
Some philosophical self-reflection can make you a better leader s.hbr.org/1BUIsYb
Happy Sunday! It's time to get over your fear of sales. s.hbr.org/1tzdiCR
LEGO really has no clue what female customers want s.hbr.org/1BUItex
A process for human-algorithm decision making s.hbr.org/1tzdgLh
How to coach an employee who may not want your help (at first) s.hbr.org/1tzdi5T
54% of workers don't have the skills they need for their jobs s.hbr.org/1BUIu26 pic.twitter.com/AcOqItgfnc
The "Marshmallow Test" you face every day s.hbr.org/1tzdiCZ