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'HBR at 100': How daily progress at work improves wellbeing and performance

Harvard Business Review's 'HBR at 100' is a hefty collection including seminal pieces by Peter Drucker, Michael E. Porter, W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne, Clayton M. Christensen, Robert B. Cialdini, Tim Brown, and others.

'HBR at 100': How daily progress at work improves wellbeing and performance


How managers can disrupt marginalization to make workplaces more inclusive

Alan Henry, author of 'Seen, Heard, and Paid: The New Work Rules for the Marginalized,' on what workplace leaders can do to end toxic patterns of exclusion.

How managers can disrupt marginalization to make workplaces more inclusive

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Unconventional job-interview questions for finding people with a creative spark

With a new book 'Talent', economist Tyler Cowen and investor and entrepreneur Daniel Gross tackle the question of how to find people with a creative spark.

Unconventional job-interview questions for finding people with a creative spark

What HR leaders are focusing on post-Roe

A human-resources executive shares how they're thinking about benefits, employee privacy, and taking a stance on social issues.

What HR leaders are focusing on post-Roe


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'The No Club' by Linda Babcock, Brenda Peyser, Lise Vesterlund, and Laurie Weingart: How to avoid being stuck with dead-end work

'The No Club' is a clear-headed explanation of how women overwork themselves or miss opportunities for advancement because of dead-end work.

'The No Club' by Linda Babcock, Brenda Peyser, Lise Vesterlund, and Laurie Weingart: How to avoid being stuck with dead-end work


How workplaces should approach Covid precautions now

Epidemiologist Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo on considerations around masking, the best way to track infection rates, and the outlook for another virus surge this fall.

How workplaces should approach Covid precautions now

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'Tomorrow’s Capitalist' by Alan Murray with Catherine Whitney: when you put purpose over profits

'Tomorrow’s Capitalist' by Alan Murray with Catherine Whitney, describes the evolution of CEOs’ engagement with concerns that were traditionally viewed to be outside their purview.

'Tomorrow’s Capitalist' by Alan Murray with Catherine Whitney: when you put purpose over profits