Harvard Business Review
Operations Leaders Are Pessimistic on Recession
More so than other executives, COOs and supply chain leaders expect an economic downturn, causing significant harm to the business, within 18 months.
A ‘Strong Travel Culture’ Pays Off for Companies
A cultural view of business travel as a strategic investment rather than a cost to be minimized aligns with some important business considerations.
The Key to Business Success: Shared Clarity
Everyone in the organization must know exactly what success should look like and how it should be achieved.
Modern Finance Feat: Stay Stable, Be Dynamic
Rather than an oxymoron, "dynamic stability" is the result of fueling new corporate growth while keeping the home fires burning, Accenture Strategy says.
5 Keys to Managing Remote Workers
Number one: if you don't give remote workers the technology they really need, their productivity will suffer.
Tweets, Likes, and +1s: Do They Matter?
Companies should demand more bottom-line results from their social media marketing, says an HBR professor.
Can You Trust Your Big Data?
"Aggregated bad data can send a decision awry and hurt [a] company for years,” says HBR blogger Thomas C. Redman.
Employee Surveillance: More Harm than Good?
On-the-job cameras can prevent wrongdoings like employee theft but also may squelch prudent risk-taking and innovation.
Study Links Intense Job Demands to Breaking the Rules
Workers gradually become less compliant over the course of a single workday, says a new study.
Magic, Science and Art: Should Finance Take Over HR?
Absolutely not, says USC professor John Boudreau. HR has much to learn about finance, but the opposite is true too.