Harvard Business Review, May/June 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 May/June 2017 issue contains a Spotlight section entitled “Managing for the Long Term.” This issue features the following articles: “State Street’s CEO on Creating Employment for At-Risk Youths,” “What Sets Successful CEOs Apart,” “Onboarding Isn’t Enough,” “The Talent Curse,” “Neurodiversity as a Competitive Advantage,” “The Problem With Product Proliferation,” “What’s Your Data Strategy?” “The World’s Next Great Manufacturing Center,” “Linear Thinking in a Nonlinear World,” “Above All, Acknowledge the Pain,” “Reclaim Your Commute,” “HBR Case Study: Competing Against Bling” and “Life’s Work: Alice Waters.”

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