#HBRLive: The Price of Wall Street’s Power

How is the financial sector undermining business? Join us for a Google Hangout between HBR executive editor Justin Fox and HBS assistant professor Gautam Mukunda, author of the June article, "The Price More »

Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, author of It’s Not the How or the What but the Who (1 of 2)

Claudio Fernández-Aráoz on leadership, managing talent, and the importance of people decisions in work and life. Buy it now at http://s.hbr.org/1haky4t Category: People & Blogs Uploaded by: Harvard Business Review Hosted: youtube More »

Scott Anthony, author of The First Mile

Scott Anthony on how to take an idea from concept to paper to market. Buy it now at http://s.hbr.org/1rpMSnT Category: People & BlogsUploaded by: Harvard Business ReviewHosted: youtube More »

Nick Morgan, author of Power Cues (2 of 2)

Nick Morgan on the importance of tapping into the unconscious mind in a world filled with everyday distractions. But it now at http://s.hbr.org/1mzYKx7 Category: People & BlogsUploaded by: Harvard Business ReviewHosted: youtube More »

Playing to Win Strategy Toolkit Preview

Frustrated by your strategy work? Learn how the Playing to Win Strategy Toolkit will help you succeed at http://s.hbr.org/1fZ5uqa. Category: People & BlogsUploaded by: Harvard Business ReviewHosted: youtube More »

Nick Morgan, author of Power Cues (1 of 2)

Nick Morgan on new brain research, how we communicate, and his new book, "Power Cues." But it now at http://s.hbr.org/1mzYKx7 Category: People & BlogsUploaded by: Harvard Business ReviewHosted: youtube More »

Harvard Business Review Press Author Series, Downtown Harvard Club of Boston

Robert S. Kaplan, author of "What You’re Really Meant to Do." For the Spring Series, visit: http://www.harvardclub.com/hbrp Category: People & BlogsUploaded by: Harvard Business ReviewHosted: youtube More »

Andrew Winston, Author of "The Big Pivot" (2 of 2)

Andrew Winston, author of "The Big Pivot," on how managers everywhere can create a more prosperous business, economy, and world. Buy it now at http://s.hbr.org/1gG08eS Category: People & BlogsUploaded by: Harvard Business More »

Andrew Winston, Author of "The Big Pivot" (1 of 2)

Andrew Winston, author of the Big Pivot, talks about why we’ve passed an economic tipping point, and why businesses need to change their views on strategy in a more extreme world. Buy More »

The Explainer: Disruptive Innovation

Clay Christensen’s landmark theory — in under two minutes. For more videos, go to http://hbr.org/video Category: People & BlogsUploaded by: Harvard Business ReviewHosted: youtube More »

Build Healthy Relationships

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There is an inherent need for relationships within every person. That’s what makes us humans. There are however various forms of relationships. They can be mutual, dependent, aggressive, loving, inspiring, destructive, etc. It is commonly said that ‘if you show

WSJ: The Outlook: U.S. At Risk From Euro Zone’s Latest Woes

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By Sudeep Reddy Of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL During bouts of European turmoil in the past two years, U.S. financial markets regularly stumbled and growth ebbed due to fears of a catastrophic euro-zone meltdown. But Europe muddled through and avoided

Reach Your Goals

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I have come to realise that everyone has goals. We all set goals unconsciously without knowing. For instance, someone will say I’ll catch the bus today, I’ll see my buddy on Friday, I’ll write that letter, etc. The difference really

Find What Drives You and Stay Focused

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What are the things that really matter to you at work? How do you define success at work? Majority of the working people confess to experience a disconnection between having a job and doing what they are really passionate about.

Stocks, euro rise on jobs, better Europe view

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By Herbert Lash NEW YORK, May 10 (Reuters) – Global stocks rose for the first time in seven sessions on Thursday on relatively encouraging U.S. jobs data and improved investor sentiment regarding Europe’s festering debt crisis. U.S. and European stocks

Why does it take so long …

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Have you ever waited for anything to happen? Been at the bus station waiting for a bus? Waiting patiently for a gift promised by dad or mum? Are you presently waiting for a dream or desire of yours to happen?