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Harvard Biz Review
2 reasons why we often feel busy but not productive — and how they're both self-imposed s.hbr.org/1dhjw64 pic.twitter.com/YJ7EoXFTlU
Marketers need to stop focusing on the wrong video metrics s.hbr.org/1Gmbcc9 pic.twitter.com/5b3GAtKz53
CEOs, stop trying to manage your boards. There's a better approach: s.hbr.org/1dhjxXM pic.twitter.com/Ca1CPECqXp
How do people in your company stifle innovation? s.hbr.org/1dhjxXK pic.twitter.com/LbXBCFhXUY
The Dos and Don’ts of Work Email, from Emojis to Typos s.hbr.org/1PwY9vo pic.twitter.com/N7I1ZPDXmp
A short history of modern decision making, from John von Neumann to Daniel Kahneman: s.hbr.org/1Gmbccb pic.twitter.com/DsT9bJ4XJ6
Voice profiling, the latest HR innovation, raises several important questions: s.hbr.org/1PwY7DC pic.twitter.com/YNFqBsvBcI
Don't miss our top article of the week: Why So Many of Us Experience a Midlife Crisis s.hbr.org/1EGw6bj pic.twitter.com/vx1DLta2Xc
Here's how you can help someone develop emotional intelligence s.hbr.org/1dhjxXP pic.twitter.com/KjMBs7nKxC
If you want employees to use new tools, ask for their feedback as you develop them s.hbr.org/1PwY9vq pic.twitter.com/jrpa1KdvNd
You might be harder to understand than you think. Take this assessment to find out: s.hbr.org/1Gmbekh pic.twitter.com/AXjiWMmfek
Research shows how converting meetings to emails can go wrong s.hbr.org/1PwY7nb pic.twitter.com/fUtnYPsB1W
Our most popular article of the week: Why So Many of Us Experience a Midlife Crisis s.hbr.org/1PwY7DL pic.twitter.com/nvSZKmyU3u
Why are we obsessed with the idea that there's a perfect job out there? There isn't. s.hbr.org/1GfBrkK pic.twitter.com/H24gZuZt7G
Consider emotional intelligence before you promote your best manager to a new role s.hbr.org/1PwY9vx pic.twitter.com/x2IWC7SN1P
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