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Volume 99, number 1. Features: *Rivals and friends *Why rookie CEOs outperform: Experienced executives rely too much on old playbooks *Stand-up Meetings Inhibit Innovation: New research suggests that they undermine idea generation *The Former CEO of Guardian on using values to drive strategic planning: After Hurricane Sandy, Guardian moved quickly to prepare for the next major crisis *Itâ€™s time to replace the public corporation: We need a model that truly focuses on the long term *Donâ€™t let the short-termism bogeyman scare you: Active investor oversight is a plus, not a minus *The rules of co-opetition: Rivals are working together more than ever before. Hereâ€™s how to think through the risks and rewards *The forgotten dimension of diversity: Social class is as important as race or gender *Negotiating your next job: Focus on your role, responsibilities, and career trajectory, not your salary *When machine learning goes off the rails: A guide to managing the risks *How to talk to your CFO about sustainability: Use this tool for measuring the financial return on ESG activities *Volunteer programs that employees can get excited about: To boost engagement, avoid these common traps *Compensation packages that actually drive performance: Principles for designing executive pay *Build a family business that lasts: Companies that endure do these five things right *How to help (without micromanaging): New research points to three strategies *Case Study: When your star player asks to go part-time: A manager grapples with the question of flexible work schedules *Sports and social justice: From Kaepernickâ€™s kneel to the NBA Bubble *Lifeâ€™s work: An interview with Tina Turner: The iconic recording artist on courage, compassion, and resilience
Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation
Publication Date:1 January 2021
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