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4 Telltale Signs You’re A Workplace Ambivert

4 Telltale Signs You’re A Workplace Ambivert | Management topics | Scoop.it
Are you an introvert or extrovert? Not so fast, there is a third category.
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Inventory Management in the Age of Big Data

Inventory Management in the Age of Big Data | Management topics | Scoop.it
We are on the verge of a major upheaval in the way inventory is managed.
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Google Glass Failed Because It Just Wasn’t Cool

Google Glass Failed Because It Just Wasn’t Cool | Management topics | Scoop.it
“It was hailed as the greatest product since the iPod … the wheel … the car. Instead, it turned out to be more like New Coke or the Segway. So what went wrong with Google Glass?”
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What Marissa Mayer Got Wrong (and Right) About Stack Ranking Employees

What Marissa Mayer Got Wrong (and Right) About Stack Ranking Employees | Management topics | Scoop.it
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has been criticized for implementing the practice of stack ranking, most notably in an excerpt from Nicholas Carlson’s upcoming book, Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo!
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How to Keep Learning and Still Have a Life

How to Keep Learning and Still Have a Life | Management topics | Scoop.it
Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and challenges in business management.
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What Baseball Fans Really Love: Doubt About the Outcome

What Baseball Fans Really Love: Doubt About the Outcome | Management topics | Scoop.it
In major league baseball’s first half-century, game attendance was entirely determined by teams’ winning percentages, but in recent decades fans have been increasingly attracted by stadium quality, batting performance, and outcome uncertainty,...
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Online Shopping Isn’t as Profitable as You Think

Online Shopping Isn’t as Profitable as You Think | Management topics | Scoop.it
When I argue that e-commerce isn’t likely to destroy innovative omnichannel retailers, I typically receive passionate responses. Am I really suggesting that the growth of e-commerce will slow before it annihilates most physical retailing?
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How Watson Changed IBM

How Watson Changed IBM | Management topics | Scoop.it
They made it a platform not a product.
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How to Tell a Great Story

How to Tell a Great Story | Management topics | Scoop.it
We tell stories to our coworkers and peers all the time — to persuade someone to support our project, to explain to an employee how he might improve, or to inspire a team that is facing challenges.
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If You’re Always Working, You’re Never Working Well

If You’re Always Working, You’re Never Working Well | Management topics | Scoop.it
In early April a series of reports appeared online in the United States and the United Kingdom lamenting the “lazy French.” A new labor law in France had apparently banned organizations from e-mailing their employees after 6 p.m.
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5 Common Questions Leaders Should Never Ask

5 Common Questions Leaders Should Never Ask | Management topics | Scoop.it
Questioning is undoubtedly a valuable leadership tool. Asking the right questions can help business leaders to anticipate changes, seize opportunities, and move their organizations in new directions. But how you question is critical.
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Yang Yuanqing: The HBR Interview

Yang Yuanqing: The HBR Interview | Management topics | Scoop.it
“Lenovo’s CEO on how the PC leader is poised to win in the “PC plus” world. For more, read the July–August 2014 issue of HBR. Download this podcast”
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Leading Horizontally Could Take You To The Top

To advance to a more senior management position, the ability to “play well” with your peers is vitally important -- meeting your targets is not enough. In this article, we will suggest three keys ways to work more effectively with your colleagues and perhaps, change the types of relationships you are having in the workplace.
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Don’t Set Process Without Input from Frontline Workers

Don’t Set Process Without Input from Frontline Workers | Management topics | Scoop.it
You know those guys with the clipboards and checklists? Those annoying folks who drone on about compliance and procedure? Those sticklers who find reasons why things can’t be done? Every large institution has them.
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You’re Never Too Experienced to Fake It Till You Learn It

You’re Never Too Experienced to Fake It Till You Learn It | Management topics | Scoop.it
“Novices emulate favorite bosses and colleagues in an effort to look and talk as if they know what they are doing — even when they have no clue. It’s how they develop and grow (just as children do, first imitating their parents, then their peers).”
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Engaging Your Older Workers

Engaging Your Older Workers | Management topics | Scoop.it
Older workers — those who are at or approaching the traditional retirement age of 65 ­— are the fastest-growing segment of the workforce and one of the fastest-growing groups in the overall population.
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Oracle: The Worst-Governed, Best-Run Company Around

Oracle: The Worst-Governed, Best-Run Company Around | Management topics | Scoop.it
“After 37 years in charge, Larry Ellison finally stepped down as Oracle’s CEO on Thursday. Except that he’s not really stepping down.”
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How Google Has Changed Management, 10 Years After its IPO

How Google Has Changed Management, 10 Years After its IPO | Management topics | Scoop.it
Google went public 10 years ago today, and since then has dramatically changed the way the world accesses information. It has also helped shape the practice of management.
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Who’s Being Left Out on Your Team?

Who’s Being Left Out on Your Team? | Management topics | Scoop.it
Feeling left out or ignored at work can have tremendously negative effects on workers’ well-being.
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A Firm Handshake, a Lot of Bacteria

A Firm Handshake, a Lot of Bacteria | Management topics | Scoop.it
A strong handshake is almost twice as effective as a weak one in transferring bacteria such as E. coli from one person to another, according to a study conducted in the UK and reported in The New York Times.
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Millennials Not Enthused About the Game of Golf

Millennials Not Enthused About the Game of Golf | Management topics | Scoop.it
The number of Americans playing golf each year has declined about 17% over the past decade, and millennials’ coolness toward the sport has contributed to the trend: While the number of people ages 18 to 34 participating in sports such as running...
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Lafley’s P&G Brand Cull and the 80/20 Rule

Lafley’s P&G Brand Cull and the 80/20 Rule | Management topics | Scoop.it
Declaring he’d cull up to 100 brands — many of which he’d acquired and developed — P&G CEO A.G. Lafley launches a “game changer” profoundly different than what he championed in his eponymous 2008 bestseller.
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The Cost of Continuously Checking Email

The Cost of Continuously Checking Email | Management topics | Scoop.it
Suppose each time you ran low on an item in your kitchen—olive oil, bananas, napkins—your instinctive response was to drop everything and race to the store. How much time would you lose? How much money would you squander on gas?
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