What should you do when you become the boss? HBR’s new advice podcast Dear HBR: has the answers. In this bonus episode, Dear HBR: co-hosts Alison Beard and Dan McGinn answer your questions with the help of Harvard Business School professor Alison Wood Brooks, an expert on behavioral insights. Show More Summary
From Harvard Business School (Nov 2017);Professor Ryan Raffaelli teams up with Porter Square Books in Cambridge, MA – one of the hundreds of bookstores he’s studied – to explore industries facing shifts in their business models and how they adapt. Independent bookstores provide a story of hope by focusing on core values that include community, curation, and convening.
The Harvard Business Review describes how Amazon’s demonstrated technological capabilities could be adapted to deliver revolutionary change in the health care industry.
You have to give Republicans credit: as political theater, the Nunes memo has been sensational. If Devin Nunes had just written his memo and released it, no one would have cared. Adam Schiff would have gone on TV to denounce it, and by the next day it would have been forgotten. But no. That’s not […]
In this special episode, HBR IdeaCast host Sarah Green Carmichael introduces Harvard Business Review’s new podcast “Women at Work,” about women’s experiences in the workplace. This episode about being heard tackles three aspects of communication:...Show More Summary
It’s not surprising that, if given the choice between lagging and leading, most would gravitate toward leading. “Leading” sounds more progressive—and it is. In a recent Harvard Business Review podcast, Sue Ashford, a University of Michigan professor, took it one step further by explaining “Why Everyone Should See Themselves as... Show More Summary
How much money would you need in your bank account to make you happy? Would $250,000 do the trick? Maybe a cool $1 million? How about $5 million? Well, a study from the Harvard Business School asked over 4,000 millionaires that question. The magic figure, it seems, is around $8 million; less than...
Dr. Terri Cooper, Principal & Chief Inclusion Officer, Deloitte Consulting LLP What will it take to be a great leader in the future? Listen to Angelia Herrin, Special Projects editor for Harvard Business Review, interview Dr. Terri Cooper, Principal and Chief Inclusion Officer of Deloitte Consulting, as she discusses six attributes of leaders who display […]
Harvard Business Review famously described data science as the "Sexiest Job of the 21st Century" in 2012, causing a massive explosion in opportunities in this space. Today, data science has spread its hold over the digital marketing landscape. Particularly for social media marketing, data science promises a lot. From advanced analysis of social media activity...
According to the brilliant minds over at the Harvard Business Review, employers can help identify those employees with the highest potential to succeed thanks to some scientific research. They explain that doing so is critical as you need to identify your top performers in order to make sure you......
From the 2005 Harvard Business Review: Marcus Buckingham on "What Great Managers Do." An excerpt: After a couple of months, she noticed that when she gave Jeffrey a vague assignment, such as “Straighten up the merchandise in every aisle,” what should have been a two-hour job would take him all night—and wouldn’t be done very well. Show More Summary
Our recent Harvard Business Review article, Coworking Is not About Workspace - It's About Feeling Less Lonely, covers research we conducted on the social side of coworking. Some of the key survey findings from our coworking space member research show...
Use cases and tips to help businesses take full advantage of AI technology. "AI won’t replace managers, but managers who use AI will replace those who don’t." So write Erik Brynjolfsson and Andy McAffee in the Harvard Business Review. Show More Summary
In a recent short post for the Harvard Business Review, I proposed that regulatory reformers should be guided by “Three R’s”: Retain regulations that support the basic rules of a market economy. Those include regulations that protect...Show More Summary
Familiar visible matter, writes Harvard theoretical physicist Lisa Randall, can be thought of as the privileged percent—actually more like 15 percent—of matter. In business and politics, the interacting 1 percent dominates decision making and policy, while the remaining 99 percent...
Harvard Business Review, Breaking Down the New U.S. Corporate Tax Law: Mihir Desai, a professor of finance at Harvard Business School, breaks down the brand-new U.S. tax law. He says it will affect everything from how corporate assets are financed to how business are structured. He predicts many individuals will...
Mihir Desai, a professor of finance at Harvard Business School, breaks down the brand-new U.S. tax law. He says it will affect everything from how corporate assets are financed to how business are structured. He predicts many individuals will lower their tax burdens by setting themselves up as corporations. Show More Summary
Content originally published at iBankCoin.com They will play this interview in Harvard's Business School program for centuries to come on what exactly not to do and saying during a nationally televised interview. Longfin CEO makes aShow More Summary
FROM MY COLLEAGUE MAURICE STUCKE, AND OXFORD’S ARIEL EZRACHI, IN THE HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of the U.S. Antitrust Movement.
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