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HR has been slow to adopt data analytics. SAP's chief learning officer discusses why companies must incorporate data into the HR process and other insights from her new book.
Physicist Leonard Mlodinow describes how elastic thinking lets people unleash their inherent creativity, in his new book.
Northeastern University's David DeSteno believes you don't have to be a jerk to get ahead. In fact, gratitude, compassion and pride can lead to better outcomes.
Ten years after the Great Recession began, questions remain about root causes for some analysts. The IMF's Tamim Bayoumi looks at some unexplored areas in a recent book.
Cassandra Frangos, who guided Cisco's leadership transition when John Chambers stepped down as CEO, discusses her new book on the skills and career strategies many C-Suite executives share.
Why do smart, talented people sometimes derail their own careers? Arrogance, inability to adapt or taking on too much lead the list, according to a new book.
A positive workplace culture can boost performance. So why do so many organizations fail to get even the basics right?
Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten required its global workforce to be proficient in English or be demoted. Harvard's Tsedal Neeley examines this strategy in her book.
Human judgment is out. Measurement is in. But tilting too far in one direction carries enormous costs, says author Jerry Z. Muller, in this opinion piece.
Psychologist Nancy Van Dyken explains the roots of a mostly unfamiliar form of narcissism -- and how to get past it, based on her new book.