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The Management Tip of the Day from Harvard Business Review


THE MANAGEMENT TIP OF THE DAY: Harvard Business Review

April 25, 2017

Ask Outside Experts to Mentor Your Team

Many companies rely on outside talent — consultants, freelancers, technical experts — to do strategic work. These temporary workers can do more than contribute to individual projects; they can also help mentor your full-time staff. Invite them to brainstorming meetings, so that younger employees can learn from their ideas. Involve them in after-action reviews, so they can offer their perspective on how your team can improve on future projects. And invite them to share their knowledge of innovations in their field during brown bag lunches. Outside experts are likely to have networks that don’t overlap with yours, so you can also look to them to make connections between your staff and new, interesting people. 

Adapted from “Bring in Outside Experts to Mentor Your Team,” by Jon Younger


The Power of Little Ideas

by David Robertson with Kent Lineback

“Disrupt yourself or be disrupted!” is the relentless message business leaders hear. Conventional wisdom today says that to survive, companies must move beyond incremental innovation and invest in some form of radical innovation. “The Power of Little Ideas” argues there’s a “third way” that is neither sustaining nor disruptive. This low-risk, high-reward strategy has three key elements: Creating a family of complementary innovations around a product or service; The complementary innovations work together to carry out a single strategy or purpose; Crucially, innovation around the key product does not change the central product in any fundamental way. Aimed at leaders seeking strategies for sustained innovation “The Power of Little Ideas” provides a logical, organic, and enduring third way to innovate.

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The Latest Research: Diversity

Harvard Business Review

Diverse teams and companies perform better, are more creative, and are better at solving problems, so why haven’t most organizations made real progress toward inclusion? Research is starting to unravel the details, and the answer goes well beyond explicit racism and sexism.

The Latest Research: Diversity, a new 20-article collection curated by our editors, includes the best research-based pieces on diversity published by Harvard Business Review over the past few years. Each article includes discussion questions to help you have the tough conversations that will bring change to your team and your organization.

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