Harvard Business Review

How to Get the Most Out of a Day Off

How to Get the Most Out of a Day Off

One-day vacations, decompression days, and other ideas.
Why Traditional M&A Is Becoming Less Important

Why Traditional M&A Is Becoming Less Important

The most important deals of the future will include joint ventures minority investments, alliances.
How to Convince Customers to Share Data After GDPR

How to Convince Customers to Share Data After GDPR

Navigating marketing’s new “era of consent.”
How Do Consumers Choose in a World of  Automated Ordering?

How Do Consumers Choose in a World of Automated Ordering?

Subscriptions, smart fridges, and “frictionless commerce” will test brand loyalty.
The Different Words We Use to Describe Male and Female Leaders

The Different Words We Use to Describe Male and Female Leaders

He’s “analytical” or “arrogant.” She’s “compassionate” or “inept.”
The 3 Types of Diversity That Shape Our Identities

The 3 Types of Diversity That Shape Our Identities

It’s likely that your organization is thinking about diversity too narrowly.
Is Your Emotional Intelligence Authentic, or Self-Serving?

Is Your Emotional Intelligence Authentic, or Self-Serving?

Don’t use empathy, listening, or self-awareness to manipulate others.
Making Time for Networking as a Working Parent

Making Time for Networking as a Working Parent

It’s about maintaining connections, not just finding new ones.

How AI Is Making Prediction Cheaper

Avi Goldfarb, a professor at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, explains the economics of machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence that makes predictions. He says as
How to Give the Same Talk to Different Audiences

How to Give the Same Talk to Different Audiences

Understand what matters to a particular group of listeners.
How Living Abroad Helps You Develop a Clearer Sense of Self

How Living Abroad Helps You Develop a Clearer Sense of Self

Research finds it’s driven by how long you’ve lived abroad, not where.
After a Merger, Don’t Let “Us vs. Them” Thinking Ruin the Company

After a Merger, Don’t Let “Us vs. Them” Thinking Ruin the Company

Avoid conflicts between cultures — or between executives and everyone else.