I often hear British graduates expressing something like a physical revulsion at the idea that they might have to network their way into a job
"I want to pass something by you," I said to my friend Jori* who has lost 80 pounds over the past six months. "Our ability to lose weight is based on our willingness to suffer through discomfort. To be a little hungry and yet to resist the temptation of eating." "You're...
Former Ohio AG selected as first head of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, pending Senate confirmation.
Networks are essential for collaboration, innovation, and career development. But too many executives have networks that, while they may be large, don't have enough diversity to be effective.
What problem does Google+ solve for consumers? The answer appears to be: nothing. And, therefore, it solves nothing for Google either.
Hundreds of my Stanford students graduated last month and are about to enter new jobs, along with hundreds of thousands who graduated from other universities. They will all be "rookies" yet again in their careers. Conventional wisdom tells us to get past the rookie stage in our career and grow...
Faced with an eroding core business, most companies seem to do...nothing.
Anytime a CEO, quarterback, engineer or author is paid ridiculous amounts of money, dozens of investors, armchair quarterbacks, and scholars jump in to debate the value of individual contributors versus teams.
If you ask an extremely successful salesperson, "What makes you different from the average sales rep?" you will most likely get a less-than-accurate answer, if any answer at all.
This post is part of the HBR Insight Center Making Collaboration Work.