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Analyzing the moves made by Aetna, CVS, UnitedHealth Group, and DaVita.
Mindfulness can help.
And why pleading with CEOs to change won’t work.
Putting the burden on employees isn’t the answer.
After a large acquisition, the CEO decides whether to prune the portfolio.
And how to pick between jobs.
Four steps to follow in your next one-on-one.
Rachel Botsman, the author of “Who Can You Trust?”, talks about how trust works, whether in relation to robots, companies, or other people. Technology, she says, speeds up the development of trust and can help us decide who to trust. But when it comes to making those decisions, we shouldn’t leave our devices to their own devices.
If you don’t like your choices, create better ones.
And how much would you spend to keep it 100% secure?
Sponsor Content from HBS Executive Education.
More women using digital tools would increase economic growth.
A word of warning from a commissioner of the FCC.
There will be unintended consequences.
It will make the global economy fairer and more competitive.
Don’t try to change all your habits at once.
Four ways to cut down on mistakes.
New research on “locum tenens” physicians.
It’s a conversation you shouldn’t avoid.
Prepare a thoughtful and truthful story.