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Weekly Hotlist: 8 Tech Trends to Watch in 2016

 


THE WEEKLY HOTLIST: Harvard Business Review

December 14, 2015

8 Tech Trends to Watch in 2016

By Amy Webb


Leadership & Managing people

Engaging Your Employees Is Good, but Don’t Stop There by Eric Garton, Michael C. Mankins

There’s a big difference between satisfied, engaged, and inspired.


Leadership

Are You Trying to Solve the Wrong Problem? by Bregman

When you’re stuck, it’s time to look at things differently.


Managing people

How to Make Employees Feel Like They Own Their Work by Francesca Gino

A sense of control leads to engagement.


Negotiations

Control the Negotiation Before It Begins by Deepak Malhotra

Focus on four preliminary factors that can shape the outcome.


Hiring

It’s Better to Avoid a Toxic Employee than Hire a Superstar by Nicole Torres

A bad hire costs over $12,000, but a good one is worth only $5,000.


Economic development

China’s Growth: A Brief History by Linda Yueh

Understanding the factors that contribute to its GDP.


Managing people

Nonverbal Cues Get Employees to Open Up—or Shut Down by James R. Detert, Ethan R. Burris

Signal “I’m really listening,” not “I’m the boss.”


Creativity

3 Things the Most Creative Leaders Do by Tom Kelley

According to IDEO.


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