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The Management Tip of the Day from Harvard Business Review


THE MANAGEMENT TIP OF THE DAY: Harvard Business Review

July 01, 2016

What to Ask Yourself Before Giving Up on Your Dream

You’ve recently launched your brainchild — a new business, a new career path, or a new role inside your company — but things aren’t off to a roaring start. No one wants to declare their dream dead. But if yours is on life support and you’re channeling valuable resources into a failing cause, you may need to accept the inevitable. How do you know whether you should give up or hang on? If your answers to the following questions are “yes,” that suggests growth is coming:

  • Does your business (or position in your company) occupy an otherwise unoccupied niche?
  • Are you playing to your strengths?
  • Based on your answers to the two previous questions, have you assumed the right risks?
  • Do you find your work difficult but not debilitating?
  • Are you gaining momentum?

Adapted from “Should You Give Up on Your New Dream?” by Whitney Johnson


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HBR Press Book

Digital networks are changing all the rules of business. New, scalable, digitally networked business models, like those of Amazon, Google, Uber, and Airbnb, are affecting growth, scale, and profit potential for companies in every industry. The question isn't whether your organization needs to change, but when and how much. In "The Network Imperative," authors Barry Libert, Megan Beck, and Jerry Wind guide leaders and investors through the ten principles that your company can use to grow and profit. This book provides managers with what they really need: new tools and frameworks to generate unprecedented value in a rapidly changing age.

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