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- 12/11/19--07:26: _Research: Gender Di...
- 12/11/19--07:26: _The State of Nanote...
- 12/11/19--08:26: _The Good and Bad of...
- 12/12/19--06:43: _Protect Your Time a...
- 12/12/19--06:43: _Skills Gaps
- 12/12/19--07:13: _Don’t Let Impostor ...
- 12/12/19--07:13: _Everyone Wants To B...
- 12/12/19--10:13: _What the “Best Comp...
- 12/13/19--03:44: _How change managers...
- 12/13/19--03:46: _Building a cybersec...
- 12/13/19--05:43: _Do You Need Charism...
- 12/13/19--06:43: _Why Crowdsourcing O...
- 12/13/19--07:13: _The AI Transparency...
- 12/14/19--05:46: _RPA (Robotic Proces...
- 12/14/19--05:48: _Tim Talks: Tactics ...
- 12/16/19--05:37: _Do You Really Trust...
- 12/16/19--06:07: _The Value of Belong...
- 12/16/19--07:37: _Mental Health in th...
- 12/16/19--11:07: _What Unilateralism ...
- 12/16/19--12:07: _Seeing Ourselves as...
- 12/11/19--07:26: The State of Nanotechnology
- 12/11/19--08:26: The Good and Bad of Modern Airports and the End of an Era at Google
- 12/12/19--06:43: Protect Your Time at Work by Setting Better Boundaries
- 12/12/19--06:43: Skills Gaps
- 12/12/19--07:13: Don’t Let Impostor Syndrome Derail Your Next Interview
- 12/12/19--10:13: What the “Best Companies to Work For” Do Differently
- 12/13/19--03:44: How change managers can craft an effective resume
- 12/13/19--03:46: Building a cybersecurity roadmap: The path to success
- 12/13/19--05:43: Do You Need Charisma to Be a Great Public Speaker?
- 12/13/19--06:43: Why Crowdsourcing Often Leads to Bad Ideas
- 12/13/19--07:13: The AI Transparency Paradox
- 12/14/19--05:46: RPA (Robotic Process Automation): What’s In Store For 2020?
- 12/14/19--05:48: Tim Talks: Tactics for Growing Change Management Capability
- 12/16/19--05:37: Do You Really Trust Your Team? (And Do They Trust You?)
- 12/16/19--06:07: The Value of Belonging at Work
- 12/16/19--07:37: Mental Health in the Office: Difficult Conversations
- 12/16/19--11:07: What Unilateralism Means for the Future of the U.S. Economy
- 12/16/19--12:07: Seeing Ourselves as Leaders
Only 7% of board seats in private, venture-backed, U.S.-based companies are held by women.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2RFGCuI
One of the leading pioneers in the field of nanotechnology, physicist Sonia Contera joins Azeem Azhar to discuss how advances in biology, computing, and physics are bringing about another tech revolution that will change our lives.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/36qFEXj
Youngme, Felix, and Mihir discuss the good and bad of modern airports. They also discuss the end of an era at Google/Alphabet, with the co-founders now stepping away from their operating roles.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2PdTqa1
Are you underqualified for the job you want? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Obed Louissaint, IBM’s head of talent. They talk through what to do when an MBA isn’t enough to get you into your desired role, you’re trying to keep your skills current as you spend more time managing people, or you want to return to a fast-moving industry after a long stint in another field.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2YIopOD
Three tips for building the confidence you need to get the job.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2EahunN
Beth Ferreira has been involved in venture investment in some of the most exciting startups in recent history, both as a venture capitalist and an early employee. She shares her experience managing the risks and rewards of investment.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2qLwBBb
Change managers can be a vital piece of an efficient and well-run organization. Here’s how to show off your talents to get that great change manager job.
Cybercriminals are constantly changing their tactics, and it’s no longer possible to prevent — or even detect — every attack. This makes traditional, reactive approaches to security inadequate.
How to deliver your message without distracting your audience.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2PCKMAU
Transparency helps fight algorithmic bias. But it also leaves organizations vulnerable to cyber attacks.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2Ebd68e
Expect the growth to continue as well as the aggressive expansion into areas like AI (Artificial Intelligence)…
In this Tim Talks video, Tim Creasey discusses how growing a capability in change management fundamentally changes how we do change.
How should you approach difficult conversations about mental health with your colleagues and boss?
In this episode, host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with Amy Gallo, author of “HBR Guide to Dealing with Conflict,” about when and how to disclose a mental health issue to your company. Plus, Dr. Rebecca Harley, a psychologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, discusses the connection between mental health and recognizing boundaries at work.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2Pqgq5z
The benefits are uncertain, and the fallout could be breathtaking.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/38IOzW3
Stepping into a leadership role doesn’t always require permission — but it can require some soul-searching. We speak with leadership development experts on how to be seen as a leader by others and feel like one yourself. Guests: Muriel Wilkins and Amy Su. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.
from HBR.org http://j.mp/2M0aONy