Harvard Business Review, May/June 2018

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 2018 issue contains a Spotlight section entitled “Do Entrepreneurs Need a Strategy?” This issue features the following articles: “Managers Can’t Be Great Coaches All by Themselves,” “Drunk People Are Better at Creative Problem Solving,” “Stitch Fix’s CEO on Selling Personal Style to the Mass Market,” “The Surprising Power of Questions,” “Structure That’s Not Stifling,” “Marketing in the Age of Alexa,” “Agile at Scale,” “How Successful CEOs Manage Their Middle Act,” “Talent Management and the Dual-Career Couple,” “What Most People Get Wrong About Men and Women,” “Layoffs That Don’t Break Your Company,” “Managing 21st-Century Political Risk,” “How to Get the Help You Need,” “HBR Case Study: Trust the Algorithm or Your Gut?” and “Life’s Work: An Interview with Deepak Chopra.”

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