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30 review for HBR's 10 Must Reads 2021: The Definitive Management Ideas of the Year from Harvard Business Review (with bonus article "The Feedback Fallacy" by Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Riku Sayuj

    Always a good series to keep track of. Some gems 👇 1/ The Feedback Fallacy The best way to give feedback isn't telling someone what you think of their work every quarter. It's real-time! You need to help your team members see what’s working, stopping them with a “Yes! That!” and tell what they did well. 2/ Cross-Silo Leadership Without a doubt the vast majority of innovation and business-development opportunities lie in the interfaces between functions. But it's hard. That's it really. Th Always a good series to keep track of. Some gems 👇 1/ The Feedback Fallacy The best way to give feedback isn't telling someone what you think of their work every quarter. It's real-time! You need to help your team members see what’s working, stopping them with a “Yes! That!” and tell what they did well. 2/ Cross-Silo Leadership Without a doubt the vast majority of innovation and business-development opportunities lie in the interfaces between functions. But it's hard. That's it really. The solutions are a bit meh. 3/ The Age of Continuous Connection Offers four modes to facilitate continuous connection with customers: 1. Respond to desire 2. Curated offering 3. Coach behavior 4. Automatic execution 4/ The Hard Truth about Innovative Cultures Innovative cultures are inherently contradictory. Creating a culture that simultaneously values learning through failure and outstanding performance is difficult. 5/ How Dual-Career Couples Make It Work Couples who communicate at each transition about values, boundaries, and fears have a good chance of being fulfilled both in their relationships and in their careers. 6/ That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief Powerful viral article. Anticipatory grief was the most powerful anxiety driver of 2020. Perhaps still is.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Oswaldo

    Interesting insights about “providing feedback “

  3. 4 out of 5

    Greg

    The book definitely contains the best articles published by Harvard Business Review in preparation for 2021. The year 2020 is arguably a different year for all of of humanity. The lessons in these articles will help us to think things through and give our best in the following year.

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    Hil Chaiday

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    Holland Kitchell

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    Kerrie Webb

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    Chris Wood

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    Tania

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    Nicky Lim

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    Anshul Gupta

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    Stephen West

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    Steven Miller

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    Hamed Al-Hamdan

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    Jane Le

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    Joni Ricard

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    Agnes Sim

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