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Your Favorite HBR Articles of 2023

Harvard Business

They called out articles ranging from a 2001 classic article about managing your energy as a worker to a recent magazine piece on storytelling for leaders. And how specifically did it change the way you operate? We heard from readers in a variety of different industries, writing in from various corners of the world.

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The Next Supply-Chain Challenge Isn’t a Shortage — It’s Inventory Glut

Harvard Business

Electronics littered shelves in 2001 after the dot-com bubble burst. Inventory challenges aren’t new. In 2009, the financial crash left manufacturers with excess inventory when consumer buying power suddenly dropped. And now, the high-tech industry is feeling the weight of a volatile market that has led to excess component inventory.

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Greece Loses 17,000 Jobs in July, Most Since 2001

MishTalk

Via translation from Libre Mercado, The Greek Economy Lost 17,000 Jobs in July, the Worst Result Since 2001. According to the local press, Greece destroyed about 17,000 jobs in July, the worst result since 2001. He does not want the grim news of job losses and austerity to hit when he is more vulnerable. What a disaster.

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Full of Bull: Wall Street Analysts' S&P 500 Predicted Gains vs. Actual Gains 2001-2015

MishTalk

Data prior to 2001 was for the Dow. I used years 2001-2015 in my analysis so the numbers are consistent line to line. In the table below, S&P 500 projections are the average of all the analysts making calls for that year.

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Why CEO’s Hire Consultants and Coaches: The REAL Value They Bring with Brad Rex

Consulting Matters

During his twelve-and-a-half-year tenure, he worked in finance and strategic planning before taking over as leader of Epcot theme park on the week of 911, 2001. He was offered an executive job at Disney and moved to Orlando, Florida, in 1994.

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Virtual Coaching is Inevitable but is it Effective?

Organizational Talent Consulting

2001, February–March). The effect of mentoring electronic mail on student achievement and attitudes in a graduate course in education research (Doctoral dissertation, Florida International University, 1996). Dissertation Abstracts International, 57–08A , 3417. Newberry, B. Raising student social presence in online classes. Sass, M., &

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The opportunity to be wrong

Seth Godin Blog

The executives at Decca that turned down the Beatles, the CEO at Digital who said that no one would ever need to have a computer in their home, and the reviewers that didn’t like the movie 2001. And of course, the creators that are wrong so often.

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