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Have you ever noticed how ambivalent line managers are about the Human Resources function? Here's why: s.hbr.org/UO1oXE
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If McDonald's can ensure good working conditions in its value chain, it can do the same for franchisees s.hbr.org/1ADiYPj
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At the U.S.-Africa Summit, Leaders Need to Signal Change s.hbr.org/1oe9NuL
How the Next Generation Is Approaching Society’s Biggest Problems s.hbr.org/1nWxMEC
McDonald’s Already Knows How to Manage Its Franchisee Labor Practices s.hbr.org/1odXApR
VIDEO: Claudio Fernandez-Araoz on the importance of people decisions. See Claudio LIVE at #WBFNY this October: s.hbr.org/1m0MBjG
Why Managers and HR Don’t Get Along s.hbr.org/1nWllIU
Millennials Not Enthused About the Game of Golf s.hbr.org/1odOb1p
Produce Content Marketing That Customers Care About s.hbr.org/1odJTaq
There are good and bad reasons to start a for-profit social venture s.hbr.org/1zwCrzN
Are Corporate Taxes Headed the Way of Prohibition? s.hbr.org/1o5jKPp by @foxjust
A Brief History of Management's Three Eras s.hbr.org/1zwCsDP
Does HR need to be split up? Not everyone agrees s.hbr.org/1zwCrzJ
What you should know about great storytelling s.hbr.org/1o5jKz1
Management Tip: Don’t Make These Common Negotiating Mistakes s.hbr.org/1nVoM2o #HBRMgmntTip
Why Social Epidemics Sometimes Spread More Slowly in Collectivist Societies s.hbr.org/1k7KmQf
"The [US] corporate tax code has almost certainly become a source of competitive disadvantage" s.hbr.org/1k7KlvN pic.twitter.com/KdcM10CRQp
A short history of management, and how it has evolved s.hbr.org/UBFvLt
Maybe HR doesn't need to be split up after all s.hbr.org/UBFvLv
Why storytelling is essential to business -- and how to do it well s.hbr.org/UBFvLr
What leadership skills do you need the most? No matter your level, the answer is the same s.hbr.org/UBFt6c pic.twitter.com/7748Dr1Jff
Should your social enterprise be for-profit or non-profit? s.hbr.org/1k7KlvK