Business

The newly formed auto maker, called Stellantis, is set to start trading on Monday in Europe and on Tuesday in New York. [...]
Sat, Jan 16, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Oil majors bet offering more fresh food and services at gas-station stores can help offset declining oil income. [...]
Sat, Jan 16, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
One day soon, you may hear a colleague say those ominous words: “The boss would like to see you in her castle.” [...]
Sat, Jan 16, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
The last liftoff of the Starliner spacecraft was supposed to be a decisive win. Instead, it showed that Boeing’s engineering and management issues went beyond its 737 MAX planes. Can the company redeem itself with its next launch? [...]
Sat, Jan 16, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Advisers helped guide Erika James through the hallways of academia to one of the most prestigious posts in the Ivy League. [...]
Sat, Jan 16, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Massachusetts-based American Robotics was granted permission to operate drones without hands-on piloting or direct observation by human controllers or observers. [...]
Fri, Jan 15, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
A lawsuit filed Friday alleges a pricing deal between e-commerce giant and top five publishers hurts competition. [...]
Fri, Jan 15, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
The Facebook-owned messaging service acknowledges “confusion” over changes. [...]
Fri, Jan 15, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
The French finance minister told the Canadian retailer’s chairman that the nearly $20 billion deal would threaten jobs and France’s food security amid the Covid-19 pandemic. [...]
Fri, Jan 15, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Shares of mobile-game company Playtika Holding rose 24% in their market debut, fueled by growth in smartphone games and soaring demand for new share offerings. [...]
Fri, Jan 15, 2021
Source: Wall Street Journal
Mimi Nicklin, a business coach and executive, has seen many leaders blame poor performance and communication on generational differences. But she argues managers should spend less time forcing Millennial and Gen Z employees to conform to company culture and more time on perspective taking and listening. In her experience, practicing [...]
Tue, Jan 12, 2021
Source: Harvard Business Review
Barry Nalebuff, professor at Yale School of Management and cofounder of Honest Tea, says too many companies shy away from cooperating with a competitor, and they’re leaving value on the table. He says even when working with other companies to find mutual benefits is not a clear win, cooperating may [...]
Tue, Dec 08, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Race at Work is an HBR Presents podcast hosted by Porter Braswell about the role race plays in our careers and lives. In this episode, he speaks with Donna Johnson, former chief diversity officer at Mastercard, about leading the charge on changing company culture and how diversity can drive real [...]
Thu, Dec 03, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Jeff John Roberts, an author and journalist, dug deep into the world of cryptocurrency to figure out what the rest of us really need to know about it. He acknowledges that the proliferation and volatility of digital currencies can make them seem like a fad but argues that the oldest [...]
Tue, Dec 01, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Women at Work is a podcast from Harvard Business Review that looks at the struggles and successes of women in the workplace, hosted by HBR's Amy Bernstein, Amy Gallo, and Emily Caulfield. In this episode, you'll hear about the tension that comes from feeling like you are a shy person, [...]
Mon, Nov 23, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Sunil Gupta, Harvard Business School professor, has spent years studying successful digital strategies, companies, and leaders, and he's made Amazon and its legendary CEO Jeff Bezos a particular areas of focus. Drawing on his own in-depth research and other sources, including a new collection of Bezos' own writing, "Invent and [...]
Tue, Nov 17, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Ellen Ernst Kossek, management professor at Purdue University, is researching how the pandemic is putting an enormous strain on working parents and the new challenge that poses for their managers. She shares how supervisors can offer much-needed consistency and predictability for working parents on their teams. She also outlines specific [...]
Tue, Nov 10, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Suzanne Peterson, associate professor at Thunderbird School of Global Management, says many talented professionals get held back from leadership roles because of relatively intangible reasons. She argues aspiring managers can intentionally alter their everyday interactions in small ways to have a large influence on their professional reputation. She explains how [...]
Fri, Nov 06, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Prithwiraj (Raj) Choudhury, associate professor at Harvard Business School, was studying the growing work-from-anywhere movement long before the Covid-19 pandemic forced many more of us into virtual work. He says that more and more organizations are adopting WFA as a business strategy, one that not only reduces real estate costs [...]
Tue, Oct 20, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review
Roger Martin, professor emeritus at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management, says that for decades the U.S. corporate system has been obsessed with eliminating inefficiencies. There's a point, his research shows, when these efficiency gains come with even greater social and economic costs. And he believes that the [...]
Tue, Sep 29, 2020
Source: Harvard Business Review

 

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