415: The Future of Talent Is Potential07/24/14
Linda Hill, Harvard Business School professor, and Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, senior adviser at Egon Zehnder, on the talent strategies that set up a company for long-term success.
414: To Do Things Better, Stop Doing So Much
Greg McKeown, author of "Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less," on the importance of being "absurdly selective" in how we use our time.
413: Marc Andreessen and Jim Barksdale on How to Make Money
The tech luminaries on bundling and unbundling in the digital age.
412: The Fukushima Meltdown That Didn't Happen
Charles Casto, recently retired from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, on how smart leadership saved the second Fukushima power plant.
411: Yang Yuanqing: The HBR Interview
Lenovo's CEO on how the PC leader is poised to win in the "PC plus" world.
410: The Condensed July-August 2014 Issue
Amy Bernstein, editor of HBR, offers executive summaries of the major features.
409: When to Go with Your Gut
Gerd Gigerenzer, director of the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, on how to know when simple rules and snap decisions will outperform analytical models.
408: Succeeding Quietly in Our Recognition-Obsessed Culture
David Zweig, author of "Invisibles," on employees who value good work over self-promotion.
407: The Secret History of White-Collar Offices
Nikil Saval, editor at n+1, on how gender, politics, and unions have affected the American workplace since the Civil War.
406: Cross-Culture Work in a Global Economy
Erin Meyer, affiliate professor at INSEAD and author of "The Culture Map," on why memorizing a list of etiquette rules doesn't work.
405: How to Manage Wall Street
Sam Palmisano, former CEO of IBM, on striking a balance between running a company for the long term and keeping investors happy.
404: Taking Business Back from Wall Street
Gautam Mukunda, HBS professor, on the dangers of managing companies for shareholders.
403: Time Is a Company's Most Valuable Resource
Michael Mankins, partner at Bain & Company, on how to get the most out of meetings.
402: Ruth Reichl on Challenging Career Moves
The renowned author and former editor of Gourmet talks about the magazine's closure and her recent transition to fiction writing.
401: Social Physics Can Change Your Company (and the World)
Sandy Pentland, MIT professor, on how big data is revealing the science behind how we work together, based on his book "Social Physics: How Good Ideas Spread."
400:Best of the IdeaCast
Featuring Jeff Bezos, Howard Schultz, Francis Ford Coppola, Maya Angelou, Nancy Koehn, Rob Goffee, Gareth Jones, Cathy Davidson, and Mark Blyth.
399: How Companies Can Embrace Speed
John Kotter, author of "Accelerate," on how slow-footed organizations can get faster.
398: How Unusual CEOs Drive Value
William Thorndike, investor and author of "The Outsiders," looks at some less-known but more effective executives.
397: Are You the "Real You" in the Office?
Harvard's Robert Kegan on companies that do really personal development.
396: Identify Your Primary Customer
Robert Simons, Harvard Business School professor, says companies still struggle to choose the right customer.
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