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Back in 2012 Harvard Business Review called 'Data Science' the sexiest job of the 21st century. Tinder disagrees (it's still pilot for men and physical therapist for women apparently) but what do they know? Numbers are sexy, dammit. Sexier still. the knowledge to make sense of those numbers, and understand the world as we know it through data. More »
In a recent Harvard Business Review article, Arianna Huffington reported that every email she — or her employees — receives on vacation is deleted. The CEO and founder of Thrive Global thinks it’s harder to relax on vacation when you’re continually receiving email notifications. Show More Summary
Wealthy parents are grooming their children for a life of work in a hyper-competitive world, and making them miserable in the process. Reprinted by permission of Harvard Business Review Press. Excerpted from White Working Class: Overcoming Class Cluelessness in America. Show More Summary
HP has long been committed to making the company as diverse and inclusive as possible. The team recently discovered a Harvard Business Review study which stated that one-third of LGBTQ employees hide their personal lives in the workplace. One in 10 LGBTQ employees have even left a workplace because it was unwelcoming. With that in...
I'm giving a dataviz talk in San Ramon, CA on Thursday Nov 9. Go here to register. Then next Monday (Nov 13, 11 am), I will be in Boston at Harvard Business Review, giving a "live whiteboard session" on...
When you’re not coming into the office every day, it can be tough not to feel left out. According to a recent study by Harvard Business Review, which surveyed more than 1,100 employees, 52 percent of workers said they work from home sometimes. And while remote work can be a great option for many employees and companies, it...
A new study from the Harvard Business Review finds men and women approach work the same way. So, bias is what's holding women back.
Pablo Isla, the CEO of Inditex, is No. 1 on Harvard Business Review’s list of “The Best-Performing CEOs in the World 2017.” He opens up about his management style and reflects on his tenure leading the Spanish clothing and accessories giant, whose brands include Zara, Massimo Dutti, and Pull&Bear. Show More Summary
Sara Tyson is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Ontaio, Canada, whose illustration clients include the Washington Post, Smithsonian Magazine, Harvard Business Review, The Globe & Mail, Road & Track, Penguin Group, McGraw-Hill Ryerson and Harcourt Publishers, among others. Tyson works in a highly Read More...
Harvard Business Review yesterday released the results of a study which determined women don’t behave differently than men at work. Despite the fact that they’re clearly treated differently, promoted less, and work for lower wages – the obvious biological differences between men and women aren’t the problem. Show More Summary
According to the scholars over at the Harvard Business Review, despite what most American's may think, over the past 25 years, not much has changed when it comes to hiring discrimination for black Americans. Shocked? You're not alone. It's safe to say that most people would have expected there......
Vivek Murthy doesn't mince words when it comes to the issue of loneliness. "The world is suffering from an epidemic of loneliness," Murthy, the former surgeon general wrote recently in Harvard Business Review. "If we cannot rebuild strong,...Show More Summary
A fascinating article in today’s Daily Alert from the Harvard Business Review describes how our dependence on automation can erode cognitive ability to respond to emergencies. In “The Tragic Crash of Flight AF447 Shows the Unlikely but...Show More Summary
Traditional stock market analysts have never known what to make of Tesla. As a recent article in the Harvard Business Review notes, forecasts for Tesla stock [NASDAQ: TSLA] continue to be all over the map — there are roughly the same number of buy, hold, and sell ratings out there. Show More Summary
Jeff Immelt spent 16 years as the CEO of General Electric, and he reflected on his tenure a couple weeks after stepping down with a recent retrospective in the Harvard Business Review. "Every time we drove a big change, I treated it as if it were life or death," he wrote. Show More Summary
Jeff Immelt was CEO of GE for 16 years He turned to Silicon Valley for advice on keeping GE relevant and competitive In an essay published by the Harvard Business Review, he credits much of his inspiration to a 2011 article by Marc Andreessen,...Show More Summary
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Harvard Business Review: Do Lawyers Make Better CEOs Than MBAs?, by M. Todd Henderson (Chicago): We were interested in how lawyer CEOs might influence firm decision making more broadly — and whether they differ from CEOs without a law degree. I collaborated with Irena Hutton, Danling Jiang, and Matt Pierson...
By DAVID INTROCASO In mid-July 3 Quarks Daily posted an essay written by Umair Haque, a London-based consultant and frequent contributor to the online Harvard Business Review, that argued “the American experiment is at an end.” This is because unlike every other rich country the US lacks, Haque stated, essential moral universals defined as “sophisticated,