The Harvard Business Review is one of the magazines I follow. There are interesting articles on different subjects related to my area of expertise. In this post I’ll keep track of the articles I have curated/linked to in the past years.
Companies need to shift into new markets focuses on human services to deal with current automation of jobs
Managers have a tendency to belittle the people we see as “resistant to change” – the employees who don’t change fast enough.
The gig economy, where independent consultants, contractors, and freelancers create portfolios of work in lieu of one full-time job, is transforming the way we work by disconnecting work from an office.
Outcome and not output will become the more important aspect to define project success
To understand the implications for your business, let’s cut through the hype and see what AI really is doing today.
According to a 2013 CEB study, “only one in four HR organizations have effectively integrated their talent management practices…with the company’s strategic objectives.”
It might appear that business platforms like Uber and AirBnB are taking over, in reality it is not that simple
Manager and professionals spend a lot of time on reading e-mails, proposals and other forms of communication. When these are written in an ambiguous and confusing way it creates only more work.
Digital transformation requires that companies reallocate their asset portfolio to support new, digitally enabled business models.