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Generic drugs can be inexpensive and effective alternatives to their branded counterparts. But according to this devastating Fortune investigation, they can also be useless on a good day and deadly on a bad one — that is, if they were manufactured by Ranbaxy, an Indian drug maker. In this...
Clever application of SOP leads to efficiency and flexibility.
Three myths you need to know.
Learning to scale creativity.
The latest dust-up highlights a tendency in governance to focus on symbolic form rather than real substance.
Ben Casnocha and Chris Yeh, coauthors of the forthcoming HBR article "The New Employer-Employee Compact."
Tips for showing the world you're ready for a new challenge.
So set a goal, and let the team figure out how to adapt.
From Apple to Nike, companies are cashing in on self-measurement.
As consumers wise up, it could mean the end of high fees.
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What leaders need to know to change orgs for the better.
To truly innovate, create pleasant surprises.
Great managers are both passionate participants and detached observers.
Financial institutions need to focus on governance, not the environment.
Sometimes it takes an outsider to turn a group into a team.
Hospitals are the wrong place for the chronically ill.
It's a romanticized part of innovation, but failure can also consume you.
How larger companies can lure the essential (but elusive) millennial.
It's time India's IT companies read the writing on the wall, and reinvented themselves.