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Harvard Biz Review
It’s often harder to lead a team past a failure than it is to help one person s.hbr.org/1vSTjmu pic.twitter.com/JqQqTEpQLk
Why Women Don't Apply for Jobs Unless They're 100% Qualified s.hbr.org/1AipRle pic.twitter.com/DVuXQCvIXV
Our archive article of the week: "Stop the Innovation Wars." s.hbr.org/17Eff9E pic.twitter.com/mUAKcPGpCk
To be seen as a great leader, you have to be effective -- and fast s.hbr.org/1Djpjh9 pic.twitter.com/4W9NQD2nID
Why Retailers Have Flocked Back to Print Catalogs s.hbr.org/1DjpkS8 pic.twitter.com/498s6Bk4EO
When Multitasking Makes You Happy and When It Doesn’t s.hbr.org/1E0QJft pic.twitter.com/JUWgzyhkYz
How to Coach, According to 5 Great Sports Coaches s.hbr.org/1E0QL76 pic.twitter.com/MqTXJJhcyb
What leaders who understand psychological distance do better than everyone else: s.hbr.org/1E0QJfi pic.twitter.com/f7TXnToKhZ
The factors turning Singapore into an entrepreneurial hotspot s.hbr.org/1DjpkS2 pic.twitter.com/t41eWMfxBR
Data shows how Millennials around the world view leadership, work-life balance, and retirement s.hbr.org/1E0QMb9 pic.twitter.com/p2Hxcw3FFV
ICYMI: "Why the Lean Start-Up Changes Everything" was our archive pick of the week. s.hbr.org/1LizoyV pic.twitter.com/TTATRctVNX
Does Germany still dominate the U.S. in innovation? s.hbr.org/1Djpjxr pic.twitter.com/6MVl9Yv3af
How gamification can encourage people to use new analytics tools s.hbr.org/1DjpjO0 pic.twitter.com/V1Bs7kbDiY
Top leaders are expected to be both fast and good s.hbr.org/1E4hvoL pic.twitter.com/hVzm3tiFAp
Depending on how you set your schedule, multitasking can make you happy s.hbr.org/1E4hsZX pic.twitter.com/EbQzNPIVuj
6 traps preventing you from creating and capturing new markets: s.hbr.org/17DrhjC @BlueOceanStrtgy pic.twitter.com/aPUPRdFBad
"Several widely held beliefs about how to implement strategy are just plain wrong." s.hbr.org/1DzeQkc pic.twitter.com/ebMoFrKHaw
The unconscious effects four types of psychological distance have on you: s.hbr.org/1DzgxxZ pic.twitter.com/koORqs0Xjc
"Market creation is not inevitably about technological innovation." s.hbr.org/1LQepnC @BlueOceanStrtgy pic.twitter.com/h9mL96E0i4
What leaders who understand psychological distance do better than everyone else: s.hbr.org/1Dzfuhw pic.twitter.com/CqdQiS2lw3