Harvard Business Review, July/August 2017

Harvard Business Review publishes new and authoritative ideas for improving the practice of management. Written by leading business thinkers and executives, HBR gives readers a first look at cutting-edge ideas and their real-world applications in areas like strategy, leadership, marketing, team management, and professional development. Each monthly issue presents groundbreaking research, analysis of the forces shaping the business agenda, and proven best practices designed to help individuals and organizations lead, manage, and compete more effectively and with greater purpose. The July/August 2017 issue contains a Spotlight section entitled “The Trouble with CMOs.” This issue features the following articles: “How to Predict Turnover on Your Sales Team,” “Crowded Places Make People Think More About the Future,” “SoulCycle’s CEO on Sustaining Growth in a Faddish Industry,” “Stop the Meeting Madness,” “Being the Boss in Brussels, Boston, and Beijing,” “Decoding CEO Pay,” “What’s Your Best Innovation Bet?” “Finding the Platform in Your Product,” “Managing Climate Change: Lessons from the U.S. Navy,” “Globalization in the Age of Trump,” “Don’t Try to Protect the Past,” “The Science of Pep Talks,” “HBR Case Study: Follow Dubious Orders or Speak Up?” and “Life’s Work: Alan Alda.”

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