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The Discipline of Teams
ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE HBR BESTSELLER Jon R. Katzenbach Douglas K. Smith
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The New Science of Building Great Teams
COLLABORATION AND TEAMS MAGAZINE ARTICLE Alex "Sandy" Pentland
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Tsedal Neeley on Why We Need to Think of the Office as a Tool, with Very Specific Uses
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The future isn’t in-person or remote or hybrid: it’s all of them.
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Finding the Right Balance — and Flexibility — in Your Leadership Style
LEADERSHIP STYLES DIGITAL ARTICLE Jennifer Jordan Michael Wade Tomoko Yokoi
Today’s leaders need to cultivate a range of approaches, rather than a fixed style.
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Manage Your Organization as a Portfolio of Learning Curves
LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLE MAGAZINE ARTICLE Whitney Johnson
As people develop competence in a new domain of expertise, they move along an S Curve: Growth is slow and effortful at the outset, or launch point. It...
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Feedback Isn’t Enough to Help Your Employees Grow
GIVING FEEDBACK DIGITAL ARTICLEPeter Bregman Howie Jacobson
Be an ally, not a critic.
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Walgreens CEO Roz Brewer to Leaders: Put Your Phones Away and Listen to Employees
BUSINESS AND SOCIETY DIGITAL ARTICLE
Brewer says inclusion and equity are about making employees feel seen and heard.
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Do You Know How Your Teams Get Work Done?
LEADING TEAMS DIGITAL ARTICLERohan Narayana Murty Rajath B. Das Scott Duke Kominers Arjun Narayan Suraj Srinivasan Tarun Khanna Kartik Hosanagar
New research suggests many managers don’t — but machine learning can help close the gap.
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3 Common Fallacies About Creativity
COLLABORATION AND TEAMSDIGITAL ARTICLE Dr. Pronita Mehrotra Anu Arora Sandeep Krishnamurthy
And how leaders can avoid them.
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Sanofi CEO Paul Hudson on Company Culture in a Distributed Office
BUSINESS AND SOCIETY DIGITAL ARTICLE
Paul Hudson says leaders need to sit back and listen more often.
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SPONSORED CONTENT FROM IDA IRELAND
Reimagining the Modern Workplace
VIRTUAL TEAMS RESEARCH
Pulse Survey Sponsored By IDA Ireland
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A Guide to the Virtual Meeting
COLLABORATION AND TEAMSDIGITAL ARTICLE Laura Amico
You still need to determine if you need to meet at all.
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How to Solve Problems
COLLABORATION AND TEAMSDIGITAL ARTICLE Laura Amico
To bring the best ideas forward, teams must build psychological safety.
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The Realities of Remote Work
LEADING TEAMS DIGITAL ARTICLELaura Amico
Work-life boundaries are blurring and managers worry about productivity. What can be done?
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Forget Flexibility. Your Employees Want Autonomy.
LEADING TEAMS DIGITAL ARTICLEHolger Reisinger Dane Fetterer
People want to make their own decisions about when and where they work, according to survey data.
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Microsoft’s Satya Nadella on Flexible Work, the Metaverse, and the Power of Empathy
BUSINESS AND SOCIETY INTERVIEW
Episode 1 of HBR’s video series “The New World of Work”: an interview with the CEO of Microsoft.
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Your Most Passionate Employees May Not Be Your Top Performers
PERSONAL PURPOSE AND VALUESDIGITAL ARTICLE Winnie Jiang
Research finds that managers tend to reward passion — even if it’s not correlated with results.
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Women Do More to Fight Burnout — and It’s Burning Them Out
GENDER DIGITAL ARTICLE Tiffany Burns Jess Huang Alexis Krivkovich Ishanaa Rambachan Tijana Trkulja Lareina Yee
Three strategies to help companies break this vicious cycle.
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How to Help Your Team Get Out of a Lull
LEADING TEAMS DIGITAL ARTICLEMerete Wedell-Wedellsborg
If priorities feel fuzzy, progress feels slow, and social interactions feel somewhat awkward right now, here’s what leaders can do.
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The Future of Flexibility at Work
WORK-LIFE BALANCE BIG IDEA Ellen Ernst Kossek Patricia Gettings Kaumudi Misra
You can tailor programs and policies to fit your employees’ needs.
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Managing Through Crunch Time — Without Burning Out Your Team
COLLABORATION AND TEAMSDIGITAL ARTICLE Flavio Serapiao Andrew Hill Boris Groysberg
Lessons from the U.S. Army.
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5 Reasons Your Employees Don’t Understand Your Company’s Vision
CHANGE MANAGEMENT DIGITAL ARTICLE Sabina Nawaz
They can’t follow a north star they can’t see.
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