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The best leaders are great teachers
The best leaders are great teachers
by HBR

Kundapur Vaman Kamath was a teacher and CEO of India’s...

Investment scams cost Chinese investors billions
Investment scams cost Chinese investors billions
by HBR

Qianbao looked like a good investment. The Chinese company’s name...

Russia, Turkey and Iran: It’s About the Money
Russia, Turkey and Iran: It’s About the Money
by HBR

In past years Turkey, a functioning democracy and NATO’s only...

What could Amazon’s approach to health care look like?
What could Amazon’s approach to health care look like?
by HBR

It is clear from some of its recent moves that...

The benefits of vacationing somewhere new
The benefits of vacationing somewhere new
by HBR

A recent trip to Sri Lanka, with an unexpected stop...

Why we modeled our hiring process on the NFL and NASA
Why we modeled our hiring process on the NFL and NASA
by HBR

What’s the best way to assess elite talent — those...

Why do so many managers forget they’re human beings?
Why do so many managers forget they’re human beings?
by HBR

In our assessments, surveys and interviews with over 1,000 leaders,...

How Coca-Cola, Netflix, and Amazon learn from failure
How Coca-Cola, Netflix, and Amazon learn from failure
by BILL TAYLOR, HBR

Why are so many successful business leaders urging their companies...

Giving doctors what they need to avoid burnout
Giving doctors what they need to avoid burnout
by LEN SCHLENSINGER and JOSH GRAY, HBR

Across the health care industry, there’s a growing sense that...

Good strategy execution requires balancing 4 tensions
Good strategy execution requires balancing 4 tensions
by SIMON HORAN and MICHAEL CONNERTY, HBR

Putting company   strategy into practice is notoriously difficult. In particular,...

When work stress (literally) makes you sick
When work stress (literally) makes you sick
by REGAN WALSH, HBR

It’s certainly no secret that a high-pressure job can cause...

How to make the right connections when you don’t have an “In”
How to make the right connections when you don’t have an “In”
by DORIE CLARK, HBR

Developing a robust network is critical to your professional success....