Thu.Apr 11, 2019

How companies can help midlevel managers navigate agile transformations

McKinsey

Agile organization models have less hierarchy and fewer conventional managers. Here’s how executives making the move to agile can keep their valuable former managers engaged and motivated. Insights on Organization

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How AI Is Creating a New Way to Work

Cheryl Cran

Have you wondered if AI is coming for your job? What if I told you that AI is creating a NEW way to work? According to HBR report (August 2018) the truth is that AI is reshaping the future of work and how work will get done. The fusion of human and AI is creating […].

How automation could affect employment for women and minorities

McKinsey

As adoption increases, new research looks into the consequences for women’s jobs in the United Kingdom and those of African American workers. Digital Insights

Make Your Meetings a Safe Space for Honest Conversation

Harvard Business

More freedom leads to more candor. Meetings Communication Digital Article

Assessing the Five Styles of Enterprise Business Intelligence

The world of BI and analytics has evolved. Discover the five styles of reporting and analysis, and learn the pros and cons of each in an enterprise scenario.

A new housing ecosystem: $3.8 trillion under one roof

McKinsey

Digital platforms open new opportunities for connecting, integrating, and reimagining a traditional sector. Zeroing in on specific segments and pain points shows how. Analytics Insights

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The problem with unicorns…

Seth Godin Blog

is that there aren’t any. That’s precisely what makes them so interesting. The null set. The impossibility of it. A unicorn is not a black swan, which is a rare bird that proves a point. A unicorn is by its very nature, impossible. That’s actually not a problem. That’s the entire point. That there’s something unavailable.

Start-Ups and the Women Who Fund Them

Harvard Business

Shan-Lyn Ma, CEO of the wedding e-commerce company Zola, and Anu Duggal, cofounder of Female Founders Fund, talk fundraising, venture capital, and how women are driving diversity in the world of start-ups. The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of Harvard Business Review. Venture capital Gender Entrepreneurial finance Audio

Workshops are not courses

Seth Godin Blog

Traditional courses, online or off, are linear. They’re based on a direct connection between the instructor’s content and the student’s attention. Write this down, memorize this, understand that. Traditional courses scale in a particular way. They scale even better when the instructor appears on video. Workshops are different. Workshops are about the cohort. The other students. The people you meet, the people you learn from and the people you teach.

HBR Presents: After Hours

Harvard Business

Harvard Business School professors and hosts Youngme Moon, Mihir Desai, and Felix Oberholzer-Gee discuss news at the crossroads of business and culture. In this episode, they analyze the current food delivery wars and garner some lessons in crisis management from Boeing. “After Hours” is part of HBR Presents, a new network of business podcasts curated by HBR editors. For our full lineup of shows, search “HBR” on your favorite podcast app or visit hbr.org/podcasts.