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Here are the best business reads from the past week (you're welcome): s.hbr.org/1usvGxD
One reason why most new products don't meet their revenue targets s.hbr.org/1qNLMAZ
What companies gain by taking advantage of energy data s.hbr.org/1qKIqhG
You need to find a champion if you want to close a deal s.hbr.org/1AHbQP5
How to bounce back from your worst career setbacks s.hbr.org/1pWZSL1
The danger of touting a product as "the best" s.hbr.org/1pWZRqf
What it would take for an independent Scotland to succeed s.hbr.org/1qNLKsM
How business schools can help reduce inequality s.hbr.org/1pWZSKI
Listen: Why we valorize tech heroes from the past, but scoff at today's entrepreneurs s.hbr.org/1AHbQP3
The genius your content marketing really needs s.hbr.org/1qNLNow
Why your brain hates performance reviews, and other great business reads from the past week s.hbr.org/1AHcLyV
You're in luck. This article we've unlocked for the weekend explains how to make your team more creative s.hbr.org/1uLQ7ni
The future of capitalism is already here -- and it will require a big shift s.hbr.org/1pWZRGQ
We need to redefine privacy in an open-office world s.hbr.org/X7d4Gv
The rise of the talent economy has created an unsustainable inequality of income s.hbr.org/1umiTg7
Chinese management ideas are starting to get the attention they deserve s.hbr.org/1uLt7oA via @TheEconomist
When others are unemployed, your well-being suffers s.hbr.org/1urJ7O4
Business schools must rethink what they teach about executive leadership and the goals of the corporation s.hbr.org/X7d4Gp
As Scotland considers independence, other small countries offer some important lessons s.hbr.org/1urJ7xO
Learn how to manage for creativity in this article we've unlocked for the weekend s.hbr.org/1AHs5eU
Help your team overcome their doubts s.hbr.org/1urJ595
Research shows some surprising consequences of employee surveillance s.hbr.org/X7d4WS
15 ways companies can capture more value s.hbr.org/1qKNKSE
Why the Apple Watch Is a Gift to the Swiss Watch Industry s.hbr.org/1qsPDEh
When it comes to innovation, the most successful leaders don't push a vision-they help others push theirs s.hbr.org/ZjtnkZ @HBSAlumni
How Rotary strengthened their brand s.hbr.org/1qKNLpD
How Silicon Valley Became Uncool s.hbr.org/1qsBAhS
3 Reasons to Kill Influencer Marketing s.hbr.org/1nQS8L2
Why Your Brain Hates Performance Reviews s.hbr.org/1nQNSLu
"I don't need to be first; I just need to be best." –an interview with Bobbi Brown s.hbr.org/ZjtaOC pic.twitter.com/plQCj3ozR7
Your Company’s Energy Data Is an Untapped Resource s.hbr.org/1qs7BGR
To Close a Deal, Find a Champion s.hbr.org/1nQBrPQ
"It seems clear that the economy is heading towards another 1935 moment." s.hbr.org/ZjcuGW @RogerLMartin
The danger of touting a product as "the best" s.hbr.org/1qNgf1T
Get Your Team to Stop Second-Guessing Decisions s.hbr.org/1qrE6Fh
How Business Schools Can Help Reduce Inequality s.hbr.org/1nQqQV9
The Economic Advantages of an Independent Scotland s.hbr.org/1nQndyi
Why we need to redefine privacy in an open-office world s.hbr.org/X6wFXf
Chinese management ideas are beginning to get the attention they deserve s.hbr.org/1AG0Otg via @TheEconomist
Your Well-Being Declines When Others Are Unemployed, and Not Because of Empathy s.hbr.org/1nQjocn
How Being Filmed Changes Employee Behavior s.hbr.org/1nQfY9A
How a new team should spend its first few weeks s.hbr.org/1qKNL94
Today's technological innovations seem much smaller than those of 20 or 30 years ago. @wfrick examines why: s.hbr.org/1qKNL9h
Where does your industry fall on our 2x2 matrix of uncertainty? s.hbr.org/1tDyMME pic.twitter.com/QxvIJAawGh
How to deliver a great speech (for starters, put the paper down) s.hbr.org/1qKNKSI
Public speakers who like to get close to their audience should read this s.hbr.org/1tDyKEv
Another Reason to Take More Breaks s.hbr.org/1nPOvVs
Tracking customer attitudes can help you better predict their behavior s.hbr.org/1tDyKUR