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How to choose the right references -- and land that new job
Austin followers: Don't miss Press author @jkolko in conversation with Leslie Jamison at #txbookfest at 10:45am:
In this article we've unlocked for the weekend, find out how to support a culture of generosity: @AdamMGrant
Watch: How to integrate your work and your life
Why managers shouldn't take an important analysis at face value @thedatadoc1
Five common cost-cutting mistakes in health care
Help your team focus on the right things
Change how you approach your next feedback conversation #HBRMgmntTip
100 global CEOs, ranked by long-term performance:
Researchers found that people show greater creativity after being directed to do something
We purposefully withhold information from our colleagues – and they probably know it @nytimes @phylliskorkki
How managers can help their organizations embrace a growth mindset
Listen: What it really takes to start a business
One place where 3D printing technology is more than a fad
Organizations aren't ready for the Internet of Things
Calling people out is counterproductive. Instead, start calling them forth:
Why negotiating is not the same as haggling. HBR Guide to Negotiating author Jeff Weiss on @WNYC's @MoneyTalking
How to rein in law-breaking and excessive risk-taking at banks
How not to cut health care costs:
How smart, connected products are transforming competition:
100 global CEOs, ranked based on long-term performance:
The Internet of Things Will Change Your Company, Not Just Your Products
"Focusing on pedigree is not as effective as looking for people who love challenges and who want to collaborate."
Engaging in a Vice Can Stimulate Creativity if It’s Framed as a Duty
What It Will Take to Change the Culture of Wall Street
A military leader's approach to dealing with complexity
How much "talking" should devices do?
Listen: Linda Rottenberg, author of Crazy Is a Compliment, explains what it really takes to start a business
Predictive medicine depends on analytics
Make time for your team to focus on the right things
Do you have the right to know what data people are collecting about you?
Senior editor @danmcginn talks with @BloombergTV about our list of the world's best-performing CEOs:
"Viral" shouldn't get in the way of good marketing #HBRMgmntTip
Management Tip: Change the Way You Approach Your Next Feedback Conversation #HBRMgmntTip
If you haven't seen it yet, here's our list of the 100 best-performing CEOs in the world:
Why cable providers win, even in an a la carte world
See how well you know the best-performing CEOs in the world, compared to other HBR readers
Australia plans to incrementally increase the official retirement age to 70 by 2035
Young staffers don't make work their main priority. The US chairman of PwC explains how his firm motivates them:
Some background on how Tesco, the success story of the British retail scene, has fallen from grace
Why successful innovators really don't care about innovating
Leaders need to pay more attention to language in their approach to talent management
What's your ideal work environment? Let us know in this brief survey:
Amazon's profit margins have never been much to look at, but its cash flows are another story
10 strategic choices your company faces in a smart, connected world