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Harvard Business Review 1h
Do you spend way too much time scrolling through social media after lunch? Track your time to find out.
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Harvard Business Review 2h
CEOs are always on: they work 9.7 hours each weekday and do business on 79% of weekends.
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Harvard Business Review 3h
Planning is out of fashion, but it’s an inevitable part of business. Here’s how to make it more agile.
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Harvard Business Review 4h
It's one thing to succeed in China, where the world's social media giants are inaccessible. TikTok is also growing rapidly around the world.
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Harvard Business Review 5h
Pressure to speak English in the workplace continues to grow.
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Harvard Business Review 6h
You can apply analytics to your people problems, too.
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Harvard Business Review 6h
Great speeches don't happen by accident.
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Harvard Business Review 7h
Coaching is expensive — don't waste it on a leader who isn't ready.
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Harvard Business Review 8h
Gain access to a selection of world-famous HBS case studies designed to help you navigate your real-world business problems. Case Selections are part of HBR's new Premium subscription.
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Harvard Business Review 8h
When employees announce that they're leaving, tailor your response to the value of the employee to your organization.
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Harvard Business Review 9h
Descriptive logos — ones that include a design or text element about the product a company offers — impact customers' brand perceptions more favorably than non-descriptive ones.
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Harvard Business Review 10h
This common management saying needs to be retired:
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Harvard Business Review 11h
A poll of nearly 100 managers about more than 900 behaviors revealed the 13 most telling signs that someone is going to quit:
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Harvard Business Review 12h
Contributing to your company's vision from a junior position can propel your career forward.
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Harvard Business Review 14h
Technology is replacing people in supply chain management — and doing a better job. Upgrade your skills and processes today to come out on the right side of this revolution.
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Harvard Business Review 15h
A few simple questions CEOs can ask about software to deepen their involvement.
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Harvard Business Review 16h
Leaders like to seem busy, so they rarely make time for strategic thinking.
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Harvard Business Review 17h
For parents, workplace flexibility might mean a midday run, so evenings can be spent with their children. For others, it could simply be taking an hour in the afternoon for a yoga class. You may need to throw out the rulebook to make it work for everyone.
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Harvard Business Review 18h
Three strategies that can help ensure your talents are recognized:
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Harvard Business Review 19h
Stunning charts, slides and infographics - yours with an HBR subscription.
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