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    Today sees the launch of Women Transforming Tech, a book written, designed and produced by a group of women at fintech company [iZettle](https://www.i

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    Face masks can moisturize, exfoliate, or soothe and cool the skin in minutes. They can also build billion-dollar fortunes in a short amount of time.

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    They don’t learn from the people who buy wine — they teach them.



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    Everyone should know who’s making the final call.



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    Here’s what to do instead.



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    Ryan Buell, associate professor at Harvard Business School, says the never-ending quest for operational efficiency is having unintended consequences. When customers don’t see the work that’s being done in back offices, offshore factories, and algorithms, they’re less satisfied with their purchases. Buell believes organizations should deliberately design windows into and out of operations. He says increasing operational transparency helps customers and employees alike appreciate the value being created. Buell is the author of the HBR article “Operational Transparency.”



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    Better regulation is needed.



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    The technology will allow for a range of new products and services.



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    A study found that not responding at all is better than claiming you’re too busy.



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    Think about yourself, your boss, and your company’s culture.



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    Contrary to stereotypes of how ruthless managers set salaries.



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    Sponsor content from Accenture.



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    Youngme, Felix, and Mihir discuss why so many high-profile companies (Uber, Lyft, Pinterest, Airbnb, Slack, Postmates, Casper, Peloton, etc.) are planning to go public this year. They also debate whether it’s acceptable for bosses to throw temper tantrums at work.



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  • 03/06/19--10:42: Meet Our New Co-Host!
  • Amy Gallo is a contributing editor for HBR, an expert on conflict and difficult conversations, a prolific giver of advice — and now she takes up the baton of co-hosting the show from Sarah Green Carmichael. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.



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    A study finds that we overgeneralize progress on gender equality.



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    Sometimes we don’t need much of it to make the call.



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    People earlier in their careers are more likely to respond to direct messages.



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    It’s a clear case study on the intersection of business and social activism.



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  • 03/07/19--14:04: Building Trust
  • Could your workplace be more trusting? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of organizational psychologist Liane Davey. They talk through what to do when your new boss doesn’t trust you yet, you want to earn the trust of your subordinates, or company leaders have made employees afraid to speak up.



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    Launching an online business is a dream for many entrepreneurs. After all, you can start a profitable company in a brief amount of time, and it often needs very few employees to keep going.You don’t need to pay for a physical storefront, you set your own work schedule, you have the flexibility to…

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