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How to choose the right references -- and land that new job s.hbr.org/1sZ2Sey
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Austin followers: Don't miss Press author @jkolko in conversation with Leslie Jamison at #txbookfest at 10:45am: texasbookfestival.org
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In this article we've unlocked for the weekend, find out how to support a culture of generosity: s.hbr.org/1uRwSr3 @AdamMGrant
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Watch: How to integrate your work and your life s.hbr.org/1sZ2SeC
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Why managers shouldn't take an important analysis at face value s.hbr.org/1w0kKbC @thedatadoc1 pic.twitter.com/drVu7yFMz8
Five common cost-cutting mistakes in health care s.hbr.org/1nCDhJh
Help your team focus on the right things s.hbr.org/1nCDhZK
Change how you approach your next feedback conversation s.hbr.org/1nCDiNi #HBRMgmntTip
100 global CEOs, ranked by long-term performance: s.hbr.org/1nCDhJl
Researchers found that people show greater creativity after being directed to do something s.hbr.org/1woWrTC
We purposefully withhold information from our colleagues – and they probably know it s.hbr.org/1wqw2oi @nytimes @phylliskorkki
How managers can help their organizations embrace a growth mindset s.hbr.org/1nCDhJn
Listen: What it really takes to start a business s.hbr.org/1woWpuW
One place where 3D printing technology is more than a fad s.hbr.org/1woWpuS
Organizations aren't ready for the Internet of Things s.hbr.org/1woWrTv
Calling people out is counterproductive. Instead, start calling them forth: s.hbr.org/1nCDiNa
Why negotiating is not the same as haggling. HBR Guide to Negotiating author Jeff Weiss on @WNYC's @MoneyTalking s.hbr.org/1nColee
How to rein in law-breaking and excessive risk-taking at banks s.hbr.org/1nCDiNc
How not to cut health care costs: s.hbr.org/1uPV2SI
How smart, connected products are transforming competition: s.hbr.org/1vZelND pic.twitter.com/fntSghnnAo
100 global CEOs, ranked based on long-term performance: s.hbr.org/1vZdQ6j
The Internet of Things Will Change Your Company, Not Just Your Products s.hbr.org/1D71x8d
"Focusing on pedigree is not as effective as looking for people who love challenges and who want to collaborate." s.hbr.org/1DIaneG
Engaging in a Vice Can Stimulate Creativity if It’s Framed as a Duty s.hbr.org/1D6nvrR
What It Will Take to Change the Culture of Wall Street s.hbr.org/1oBlR0i
A military leader's approach to dealing with complexity s.hbr.org/1ws9djl
How much "talking" should devices do? s.hbr.org/12l0fLr
Listen: Linda Rottenberg, author of Crazy Is a Compliment, explains what it really takes to start a business s.hbr.org/12l0feH
Predictive medicine depends on analytics s.hbr.org/12l0hmG
Make time for your team to focus on the right things s.hbr.org/1ws9fYr
Do you have the right to know what data people are collecting about you? s.hbr.org/1ws9geV
Senior editor @danmcginn talks with @BloombergTV about our list of the world's best-performing CEOs: s.hbr.org/1DEz4c7
"Viral" shouldn't get in the way of good marketing s.hbr.org/1DEvRcu #HBRMgmntTip
Management Tip: Change the Way You Approach Your Next Feedback Conversation s.hbr.org/1oA2Knn #HBRMgmntTip
If you haven't seen it yet, here's our list of the 100 best-performing CEOs in the world: s.hbr.org/1uEVFOY pic.twitter.com/Uaf6BesMhc
Why cable providers win, even in an a la carte world s.hbr.org/1DEvRco
See how well you know the best-performing CEOs in the world, compared to other HBR readers s.hbr.org/1tl90ze
Australia plans to incrementally increase the official retirement age to 70 by 2035 s.hbr.org/1DEvQVS
Young staffers don't make work their main priority. The US chairman of PwC explains how his firm motivates them: s.hbr.org/1DEvP4g
Some background on how Tesco, the success story of the British retail scene, has fallen from grace s.hbr.org/1sUSVPr
Why successful innovators really don't care about innovating s.hbr.org/1DEvRck
Leaders need to pay more attention to language in their approach to talent management s.hbr.org/1uM5j2b
What's your ideal work environment? Let us know in this brief survey: s.hbr.org/1nAChW2
Amazon's profit margins have never been much to look at, but its cash flows are another story s.hbr.org/12l0hDh pic.twitter.com/LdJXJtPxXJ
10 strategic choices your company faces in a smart, connected world s.hbr.org/1tl8XDB