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Something to think about today: It's been a while since labor has had much to celebrate s.hbr.org/1vUBUFw
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Followers in Europe: Join senior business leaders at @C_R_Forum Int. Conf., Sept 30–Oct 2, Berlin: s.hbr.org/1u0rzqt
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Management Tip: Engage Employees by Sharing Your Financials s.hbr.org/1u5vDqp #HBRMgmntTip
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The kind of leader executives should be developing s.hbr.org/1rEzBZk
The best business reads of the past week s.hbr.org/XYTGwu
Curiosity is just as important as intelligence s.hbr.org/1rEzCfy
The best HR departments don't just focus on people s.hbr.org/1vUBWgL
Unpredictable work hours are stressing too many people out s.hbr.org/1vUBVcs
Using personality tests for hiring is problematic s.hbr.org/1vUBUWe pic.twitter.com/tLttBs0Khb
Smart watches are actually creepier than Google Glass s.hbr.org/1vUBTkU
Why you need to stop putting off work for the next day s.hbr.org/1vUBVcu
How new moms can reclaim their turf after maternity leave s.hbr.org/1rEzz3z
Register to read a free chapter from The Innovator's Method, new from @Jeffrey_Dyer and @nathan_furr: s.hbr.org/1vUBUW6
The real reason companies are spending less on tech s.hbr.org/1rEzz3s pic.twitter.com/WqdCYokdJS
Know when you're being passive-aggressive s.hbr.org/1vUBUVW #HBRMgmntTip
.@wfrick on what the Lending Club IPO means for business s.hbr.org/1vUBUW2
What the future of privacy should look like s.hbr.org/1rEzz3D
America's labor movement is already being reborn s.hbr.org/1rEzBIN
Market Basket's employees were more important than its shareholders s.hbr.org/1vUBUFA
Creating diversity isn't enough; you need to think about inclusion s.hbr.org/1vUBUFG #HBRMgmntTip
Engage employees by letting them bring outside interests in s.hbr.org/1rEzBIP
When corporations dodge taxes, it's an ethical issue s.hbr.org/1vUBT4t
Bass tones can affect how powerful you feel s.hbr.org/1vUBT4z
7 changes to help your team make better and faster decisions, outlined in this article we've unlocked for the weekend s.hbr.org/1rEkhfh
Uber's bizarre recruiting tactics, and other business reads from the past week s.hbr.org/1lA964Q
Get better at off-the-cuff speaking s.hbr.org/1rEzBZ7
Content may be king, but the editor is queen. Find out why in @awsamuel and @awiecowski's #sxsw panel. Vote now! s.hbr.org/1tSL3xZ
Whatever Happened to Corporate Stewardship? s.hbr.org/1ppHVKI
Let Your Employees Bring Their Interests to Work s.hbr.org/1ppyXNv
To Feel Greater Power, Add Some Decibels to the Bass s.hbr.org/1ppshis
5 Tips for Off-the-Cuff Speaking s.hbr.org/1tSaHTz
Community banks are in decline, and technology is trying to pick up the slack s.hbr.org/1liPEJb pic.twitter.com/NbLq3w8h3B
Something to think about over the long weekend: It has been a while since labor has had much to celebrate s.hbr.org/1rCSyLO
How the internet made artisanal goods a thing again s.hbr.org/1rCSBas
What to learn from the Market Basket saga s.hbr.org/1rCSBaq
"[The] article does nothing less than decode the Rosetta Stone of America's economic decline." s.hbr.org/1li7Oe5 via @washingtonpost
Management Tip: Think About Inclusion, Not Just Diversity s.hbr.org/1tQKCV3 #HBRMgmntTip
Why we should be more creeped out by smart watches than by Google Glass s.hbr.org/1rCSBam
The right way to ask for a meeting s.hbr.org/1tOLBVy
Vote for HBR Press author @jkolko's #sxsw 2015 talk to find out what empathy has to do with design. Hint: It's a lot. s.hbr.org/1u0rwL8
Today's maker movement relies on digital disruption s.hbr.org/1li7NXN
Evidence that the standard view of rights and power at corporations is deeply flawed s.hbr.org/1u0rz9R
Recognize the signs to stop being passive-aggressive s.hbr.org/1li7Oei #HBRMgmntTip
How companies benefit from transparency about customer data s.hbr.org/1li7M63
Why no political party cares about the worker s.hbr.org/1liaVCV