Exploring and Exploiting Your Way to Growth - Michael L. Tushman - HBS Faculty - Harvard Business Review
Social Entrepreneur, Harvard Business Review, Hire People, Social Media, Books Worth, Fear Social, Claudio Fernández Aráoz
I Won't Hire People Who Use Poor Grammar. Here's Why. - Kyle Wiens - Harvard Business Review. (I agree)
Why I Like People with Unconventional Resumés - Claudio Fernández-Aráoz - Harvard Business Review
Don't Send That Email. Pick up the Phone! - Anthony Tjan - Harvard Business Review
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Most Organizations Still Fear Social Media - Anthony J. Bradley and Mark P. McDonald - Harvard Business Review
Most Organizations Still Fear Social Media - Anthony J. Bradley and Mark P. McDonald - Harvard Business Review. And So They Should , Because No Personal Or Professional Statement If Untrue Should Be Shielded from Accountability . YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT YOUR STATEMENTS PROMOTE , Whether For Financial Gain or Popularity. Pretty Simple Rule Actually. NO ONES ABOVE THE LAW IN NORTH AMERICA!
Your High-Potential Program Could Ruin Your Business - Douglas Riddle - Harvard Business Review
The Science of Building a Scalable Sales Team - Mark Roberge - Harvard Business Review
How to Engage Your Customers and Employees - R “Ray” Wang - Harvard Business Review
Who Are You Really Mad At? - Peter Bregman - Harvard Business Review
Find Your Creative Groove - Todd Henry - Harvard Business Review
Nice Girls Don't Ask - Harvard Business Review
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Women are less likely than men to negotiate for themselves for several reasons. First, they often are socialized from an early age not to promote their own interests and to focus instead on the needs of others. The messages girls receive can be so powerful that when they grow up they may not realize that they’ve internalized this behavior, or they may realize it but not understand how it affects their willingness to negotiate.
Nice Girls Don’t Ask - HBR: women don't negotiate salaries as much as men.
Nice Girls don't ask.
Not Everyone Should Be a Social Entrepreneur - Lara Galinsky - Harvard Business Review
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22. Not Everyone Should Be a Social Entrepreneur - Lara Galinsky - Harvard Business Review | Intrapreneurs #dogoodbetter
Not Everyone Should Be a Social Entrepreneur - Harvard Business Review | As someone who has flirted with the idea of social entrepreneurship in the past, I found this interesting.
They will make meaningful contributions to the world not by founding organizations but by bringing their best selves — their heart and head — to their work. Not Everyone Should Be a Social Entrepreneur - Lara Galinsky - Harvard Business Review
knowing how to use a tool is not the same as knowing how to make the tool work for you...
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Very "Pinteresting" Pins & tips for Small Business Owners! | Pinteresting Tips for Mommy Bloggers | Scoop.it
Free 43 page Ebook - How to use Pinterest for Business. This is the first complete guide to Pinterest for businesses. So much info.
Wondering how to use Pinterest? This ebook might open your eyes to how some of the features would work for you. Seemed appropriate to "Pin It" in my Social Media Marketing board. Let me know what you think!
Hubspot website: info about effective marketing online (includes non-profit-specifics) Free Ebook: How to Use Pinterest for Business - http://www.hubspot.com/how-to-use-pinterest-for-business/ Marketing strategies/ebooks: http://www.hubspot.com/internet-marketing-whitepapers
Free Ebook: How to Use Pinterest for Business (Hubspot) - The marketing principles in the book also apply to talent acquisition.
\Free e book on how to use Pinterest for business - sounds useful so I am passing it on to you
Free Ebook download from #hubspot. How to Use #Pinterest for Business #socialmedia #marketing
Free Ebook: How to Use Pinterest for Business -- Learn how to increase traffic, leads and sales by reaching more than 11 million people on Pinterest. What appears to be the fastest-growing social media site ever has become a huge traffic referral (arguably, more powerful than Google+) for all businesses. An increasing number of companies are leveraging the platform to reach a new audience, increase visits to their websites, and generate leads or retail sales. And guess what? It's working."
7 Pinterest Tips for B2B Companies via Social Media Examiner
Emotional Contagion Can Take Down Your Whole Team - Tony Schwartz - Harvard Business Review
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Emotional Contagion Can Take Down Your Whole Team. "The emotions people bring to work are as important as their cognitive skills,..."
More about emotional synchronicity (or emotional contagion, in this case) and how it can significantly impact the culture and environment within your business. What to do when one person upsets the balance and brings the rest of your team down with them. HBR: Emotional Contagion Can Take Down Your Whole Team. #leadership #hbr
Emotional Contagion Can Take Down Your Whole Team - Tony Schwartz - Harvard Business Review
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Organizational Imperatives in the Era of Big Data - Jason Sylva - HBR Events - Harvard Business Review
Are You Targeting a Phantom Market? - Robyn Bolton - Harvard Business Review: http://s.hbr.org/IIve8y
How to Turn a Relationship Into a Sale - Keith Ferrazzi - Harvard Business Review
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Strategies for Answering Your Customers' Toughest Questions - Steve W. Martin - Harvard Business Review
The Best Sales Reps Avoid "Talkers" - Brent Adamson, Matthew Dixon, and Nicholas Toman - Harvard Business Review
Four Secrets to Selling More - David K. Williams and Mary Michelle Scott - Harvard Business Review
The Most Important Predictor of Sales Success
Managing Authenticity: The Paradox of Great Leadership - Harvard Business Review
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Make Your Career a Success by Your Own Measure. By Monique Valcour, at Harvard Business Review Blogs
Managing Authenticity: The Paradox of Great Leadership (not really a book, but still worth reading). From Harvard Business Review.
How to Make Yourself Work When You Just Don’t Want To - Harvard Business Review
15 Rules for Negotiating a Job Offer - Harvard Business Review
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"Just 40 years ago an woman could be denied a small business loan because of her sex," The stats of female entrepreneurship.
The rise of the female entrepreneur #entrepreneurship #infographic #womeninbiz #nawrb #she #empowerment
The Rise of the Female Entrepreneur #infographic #Entrepreneur #Women #Business #infografía
The rise of the female entrepreneur #entrepreneurship #infographic #womeninbusiness
The rise of female entrepreneurs #womeninbusiness #entrepreneurs
Great infographic on the rise of female entrepreneurship!
The Rise of the #FemaleEntrepreneur Yes please holla!
Facts about female entrepreneurship #infographic
Women Entrepreneurs infographic
#Blogging Checklist [INFOGRAPHIC] - A sensible blogging checklist for successful business blogs.
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#Blogging Checklist [INFOGRAPHIC] - A sensible blogging checklist for successful business blogs. http://www.helpmequitthe9to5.com #bloggingtips #blogtips blogging tips #blogging #infographic
Sensible Blogging Checklist [Infographic] This infographic acts as your sensible blogging checklist which explains everything you need to create a successful blog for business
#Blogging Checklist [INFOGRAPHIC] - A sensible blogging checklist for successful business blogs. Digital and Social Media Marketing Agency Cloud 21 PR - http://www.cloud21.com
#Blogging Checklist [INFOGRAPHIC] - A sensible blogging checklist for successful business blogs. http://www.webtonic.co.nz/
#Blogging Checklist [INFOGRAPHIC] - A sensible blogging checklist for successful business blogs. #SEO #SEM #OrganicSearch #Search #Traffic #Rankings #Google
#Blogging Checklist [INFOGRAPHIC] - A sensible blogging checklist for successful business blogs. If I should ever choose to start a blog for a company
Checklist to Create Corporate Blogs. #blogging #blog #tips
What do you regret most about your career?
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The Top Five Career Regrets - Harvard Business Review. 1. I wish I hadn't taken the job for the money. 2. I wish I'd quit earlier. 3. I wish I had the confidence to start my own business. 4. I wish I'd used my time at school more productively. 5. I wish I'd acted on my career hunches.
HBR Blog The Top Five Career Regrets "Disappointment doesn't discriminate; no matter what industry the individual operated in, what role they had been given, or whether they were soaring successes or mired in failure, five dominant themes shone through. Importantly, the effects of bad career decisions and disconfirmed expectancies were felt equally across age groups"
The Top Five Career Regrets - Daniel Gulati - Harvard Business Review I have some but not all these regrets, plus one or two not listed.
The Top Five Career Regrets - Daniel Gulati - Harvard Business Review...so glad I am about to pursue my dream career!
The Top Five Career Regrets - Daniel Gulati - Harvard Business Review. These observations are great to keep in mind as we start our post-college job search.
The Top Five Career Regrets - #1: I wish I hadn't taken the job for the money. Enjoy what you do.
The Top Five Career Regrets -- a very useful piece for those at a crossroads in life
The Top Five Career Regrets - By Daniel Gulati - Harvard Business Review
The Top Five Career Regrets - HBR Blog Network
How Leaders Become Self-Aware
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The Innovation Mindset in Action: Shantha Ragunathan. By Vijay Govindarajan and Srikanth Srinivas, at Harvard Business Review Blogs #socinno #socinn #socent #innovation
Talk about MOOCs captured the limelight at the Davos conference. These notes via the Harvard Business Review.
HBR Blog article by Kubler Ross "There are an awful lot of leaders in trouble these days. Not just those under attack for ethical lapses, accounting problems...."
How to be a Minimally Invasive Manager- Making Yourself Indispensable - Harvard Business Review
How to Ask Better Questions // Making Yourself Indispensable - Harvard Business Review
Harvard Business Review: How to create an effective non-profit mission statement
How (Perfectly Legal) Corruption is Strangling US Innovation
Evaluating Income in Your Career Strategy
An Introvert's Guide to Networking
Focus HR on Process Improvement
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Give Your Organization a Work-Life Vision - "Culture is what really defines how much latitude people have in terms of managing their work and non-work demands, whether or not there’s a flextime policy on the books." (Monique Valcour, Harvard Business Review)
Social Media & Sales - HBR article explaining why Pinterest works better for marketing and sales than FB or Twitter - It's The World's Most Useful Bazaar | Harvard Business Review
Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more.
What can you subtract from your products, management, and work distractions to help your employees and company succeed? HBR: The Less Is Best Approach To Innovation. #innovation
The Surprising Power of Impulse Control. By H. James Wilson, at Harvard Business Review Blogs — includes a description of batch processing your work, using the Pomodoro technique, to get more done and have better concentration and focus.
Too Many People of Color Feel Uncomfortable at Work, 2012 article on Harvard Business Review. Yes, it caught my attention when #MaryJane mentioned it!
~ Disrupt Yourself ~ I believe that disruption can also work on a personal level, not just for entrepreneurs who launch disruptive companies but for people who work within and move between organizations. Zigzagging career paths may be common now, but the people who zigzag best don’t do it randomly. ~ Harvard Business Review
HBR Blog Network - Harvard Business Review. Lots and lots of great info on leadership, sales, management, etc.
If you work in a large organization, is it realistic to believe that you will generate truly disruptive innovation? Looking at 750 large companies from 1998-2008, only Apple was able to grow by repeatedly creating new markets. Instead of disruptive innovation, this article proposes that large companies should instead focus on "innovation at scale" and organization that follows strategy. #hbr #innovation
Biggest Obstacle to innovation? YOU.
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#creativity Crush the "I'm Not Creative" Barrier - Jeff Dyer, Hal Gregersen, and Clayton M. Christensen - Harvard Business Review
HBR - Innovation Insight Center (Why "nice" doesn't lead to breakthrough innovation + other articles)
Website Chat Should Shoot for Quality First, Quantity Second - Automotive Digital Marketing Professional Community
The only walls in your life are the ones that you have built yourself. Clear your mind of clutter, congestion and conflict. Free your mind of unproductive, nonessential thoughts about yourself and your life.
If You're Not Pissing Someone Off, You're Probably Not Innovating - Philip Auerswald - Harvard Business Review
Why You Won't Get Breakthrough Innovation by Being Nice - Simon Rucker - Harvard Business Review
Knock Down Barriers to Innovation We've all seen them in action: the rules, bureaucracies, and wrongheaded policies that prevent us and our organizations from being as innovative as we could be. These obstacles seem to rise up at every turn, stifling our creativity and keeping our companies from getting a step on the competition. This HBR Insight Center aims to help identify innovation barriers that have been hiding in plain sight and to show novel ways of defeating them.
Harvard Business Review - The Four Worst Innovation Assassins
Sky in wall
"intrapreneurship" — building a new businesses inside established companies).
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Turning 60: The Twelve Most Important Lessons I've Learned So Far. By Tony Schwartz, at the HBR Blog Network — wisdom for any age.
Is it time to rethink Continuous Improvement?
Stop Worrying about Your Weaknesses - Peter Bregman - Harvard Business Review
Stop Worrying, Peter O'Toole, Harvard Business Review, Peter Bregman, Dan Pallotta
You Don't Need a PhD to Innovate - Dan Pallotta - Harvard Business Review
How to Be Happier at Work - Leonard A. Schlesinger, Charles F. Kiefer, and Paul B. Brown - Harvard Business Review
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Are You Sleeping With Your Smartphone? - Leslie A. Perlow - HBS Faculty - Harvard Business Review (how to unplug, and why we need to)
Three Myths about What Customers Want.. Good discussion about brand/ consumer relationship
This just out from Harvard Business Review .... The author recommends the Montessori model for employee development. It turns out that what's good for educating children -- "an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for a child's natural psychological development, as well as technological advancements in society" -- motivates adults, too.
Reverse leadership doesn't replace regular leadership.