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Why Start-Ups Replace Early Employees (and How to Keep Your Job) s.hbr.org/1miLnpK
Don’t Let Cost Cutting Run Amok s.hbr.org/1o6gUa7
6 New Workspaces That Are Killing the Corporate Campus s.hbr.org/1miCOvd
Join Press authors @gwesterman and Diddier Bonnet on #LeadingDigital at the @HarvardClubDTC on 10/17. Register: s.hbr.org/1rePW56
The thing to know about disruption: It seems to be happening less often, says @foxjust in @TheAtlantic s.hbr.org/1svk3RY
Do you want to be promoted to a manager? Most people don't. s.hbr.org/1s8JaQt pic.twitter.com/GEnfIKLCRS
Claudio Fernández-Aráoz on the importance of people decisions. See Claudio LIVE at #WBFNY this October at @wobi_en! s.hbr.org/1s8nGmz
NFL Owners Can’t Manage Their Players Without Better Rules s.hbr.org/1mikcv9
Mental toughness is under-appreciated. Don't see it enough and worth its weight in gold on a team. @RosabethKanter ow.ly/mQhRI
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Watch @RogerLMartin talk about The Rise (and Likely Fall) of the Talent Economy on @HuffPostLive at 11:30 am ET s.hbr.org/1BPSvxs
"Sometimes the only thing that can save a business is a new way to capture value." s.hbr.org/1BPMK2O @michelstef
A Process for Human-Algorithm Decision Making s.hbr.org/1o5RCc1
"The sales organization should be part of every conversation about strategy." s.hbr.org/1sumAMp
How to create offices that balance "we" and "me" s.hbr.org/1s8okAH
Most People Don’t Want to Be Managers s.hbr.org/1mhXT99
Better Teachers Receive Worse Student Evaluations s.hbr.org/1o5ETpK
Ken Burns on “The Roosevelts” and American Leadership s.hbr.org/1o5Ajb6
Take this assessment to see how constructively you dealt with your biggest loss s.hbr.org/1u9ou6Z
Good algorithms make better predictions than people - except when they don't s.hbr.org/1u9mGLq pic.twitter.com/HAbL9MgbVg
Too many marketing departments are still stuck in the past -- here's how to bring them up to speed s.hbr.org/1u9mJqs
54% of workers don't have the skills needed for their jobs s.hbr.org/XEAJyg pic.twitter.com/aPkzi2peix
What to know about the newest C-suite role: the Chief Innovation Officer s.hbr.org/1uHL3lL
Women hold fewer computing jobs today than they did in 1991 s.hbr.org/1pjReWH
The key to getting your brain unstuck? Switch tasks. s.hbr.org/1wEjFHK #HBRMgmntTip
Management Tip: Set Ground Rules at the Start of Your Next Meeting s.hbr.org/1o4LfFT #HBRMgmntTip
Believe it or not, too much openness at work can be counterproductive s.hbr.org/1pjReGn
Why Apple Watch could succeed where others have fallen short s.hbr.org/1pjReGg
Design your workspace for productivity and innovation s.hbr.org/1pjReGp
What new Chief Innovation Officers should do in their first 100 days s.hbr.org/1wEjCM7
People are more likely to lie after doing math s.hbr.org/1pjRcOL
It's time to get over your fear of sales s.hbr.org/1wEjDj1
Don't be seduced into thinking your algorithms are all-knowing s.hbr.org/1wEjD2w pic.twitter.com/KPKCOwLpQf
Five changes to bring your marketing team up to date s.hbr.org/1pjReGl
Selling doesn't have to be pushy s.hbr.org/1pjpNfI
Do you rebound from career setbacks well? Take our assessment to find out: s.hbr.org/1r5DAMp
What Apple gets that other watchmakers don't s.hbr.org/1pji5SV
Ebola doesn't discriminate between rich or poor; Africa needs health delivery systems that are equally democratic s.hbr.org/XdDRjX
The Chief Innovation Officer’s 100-Day Plan s.hbr.org/1o3wljn
Too Many Marketing Teams Are Stuck in the Past s.hbr.org/1o3kPo8
Algorithms Make Better Predictions — Except When They Don’t s.hbr.org/1o3d4yo
Research: Too much openness at work can be counterproductive s.hbr.org/1r9aoUR @ethanbernstein
Take our survey to see how your work environment compares to others' s.hbr.org/1qLh9gu pic.twitter.com/G8eVhAJQcF
How to design workspaces for productivity and innovation s.hbr.org/1r9aax4
In 1991 women held 37% of computing jobs; today they hold only 26%. s.hbr.org/1wD7EC9
Join us today at 12pm ET for a free #HBRwebinar with Mary Shapiro, team building expert. Register: s.hbr.org/1u7rzok
Bobbi Brown talks career beginnings, lessons learned, and paparazzi in this interview s.hbr.org/XdDPJ5 pic.twitter.com/buFmuDOgxz