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Exploring the social media … one user at the time .
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    Identify a “keystone” goal.



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    Three training tactics to ensure results.



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    Tips for a productive discussion.



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    Start by identifying opportunities and priorities in their own organizations.



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    Youngme, Felix, and Mihir mark “Dry January” by discussing trends in the alcohol industry. Then they discuss the decision by Trump and Bloomberg to purchase Super Bowl ads for their campaigns.



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    We’ve already been living with artificial decision-making machines for hundreds of years — we call them corporations and states. That’s the argument David Runciman makes in conversation with Azeem Azhar in this week’s episode. Runciman is professor of politics at Cambridge University and host of the “Talking Politics” podcast. He and Azeem discuss what this reframing of artificial intelligence can teach us about navigating the hurdles it presents.



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    The CEO’s pledge to create millions of jobs was met with protests.



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    Succession, compensation, and underperformers.



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    Managers, it’s not as hard as you think



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  • 01/23/20--06:25: Internal Networks
  • Do you wish you were more plugged-in at your organization? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Robin Abrahams, a research associate at Harvard Business School. They talk through what to do when you want to network at a company retreat, your manager is bothered by your schmoozing with their peers, or you want to know about plum projects before they get assigned to someone else.



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    They may have served you well at some point, but they don’t anymore.



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    In 2019, California showed us how costly a sustained power outage can be.



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    Don’t make it a venting session.



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    It’s a complicated decision. Here are six things to consider.



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    You can’t rehearse it, but you can be prepared.



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    It’s time for organizations to rethink how they categorize race, gender, and ethnicity



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    Sponsor content from Japan Cabinet Office.



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    Andrew Winston addresses eight pressing concerns.



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    Understanding these pieces is critical for strategy teams, product development units, and organizational leaders.



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    A tribute from Christensen’s friend and colleague, Michael B. Horn.



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