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Decoding The Truth Of Leading Multi-Generational Workforces

Tanveer Naseer

And that is the issue of how to effectively manage a multi-generational workforce. 1) Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project Spring Tracking Survey 2013. “How ‘Gen X’ Managers Manage”, in Osland J.S.,

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061: The Myths of Creativity: The Truth About How Innovative Leaders Generate Great Ideas | with David Burkus

Engaging Leader

David Burkus is an assistant professor of management for the College of Business at Oral Roberts University, where he teaches courses on creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship, and organizational behavior.

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The Paradoxical Benefits of Juggling Teams


In a study published in the Journal of Organizational Behavior , professors Jonathan Cummings and Martine Haas studied the inner workings of teams at a large, multination corporation (the company remains anonymous in order to ensure accurate responses from participants).

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Boris Groysberg: An interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Boris Groysberg is a professor of business administration in the Organizational Behavior unit at the Harvard Business School. Currently, he teaches courses on talent management and leadership in the school’s MBA and Executive Education programs. He has won numerous awards for his research, which focuses on the challenge of managing human capital at small and […].

Good News, Bad News: An HBR Management Puzzle on Innovation Execution

Harvard Business Review

It shouldn’t happen, but it does: You realize much too late that your innovation project is in deep trouble. The following highly condensed fictional case study draws on their paper “Anatomy of a Decision Trap in Complex New Product Development Projects” in Academy of Management Journal.

Military Leadership Lessons for Training Doctors

Harvard Business Review

But with their focus on clinical disease management and research, training programs actually offer little in the way of true leadership training – authentic experience that helps young doctors develop the leadership skills they will need.

Coaching Physicians to Become Leaders

Harvard Business Review

Department chairs, managing partners, medical directors, chiefs of staff—they’re all frustrated. They didn’t learn how to steer employees through a corporate matrix to meet organizational goals and hit budget targets. Challenge #1: They feel overwhelmed by organizational noise.

Not Taking Risks Is the Riskiest Career Move of All

Harvard Business Review

Until he was fired in 2012, six months shy of his 50 th birthday, he’d done everything right — rising through the ranks of the book publishing industry, from editorial assistant to associate editor to senior editor, then into management as an editor-in-chief. Mark was a survivor.