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The Management Tip of the Day from Harvard Business Review


THE MANAGEMENT TIP OF THE DAY: Harvard Business Review

September 27, 2017

Make Achieving Your Long-Term Goals More Fun in the Short Term

Achieving a long-term objective, such as getting in shape, paying off debt, or switching careers, takes persistence. Recent research has found something that can help: incorporating immediate benefits into your pursuit of longer-term goals. Make the short-term activities fun. If you want to work out more, select a fitness class that you enjoy. If you want to eat healthier, build a diet around healthy foods that you actually like to eat. Making activities more enjoyable — by listening to music while exercising or getting work done in your favorite coffee shop — may help you make progress in your goals. And take time to reflect on the enjoyment: If you’re eating a food you enjoy, focus more on the positive taste than the health benefit.

Adapted from “What Separates Goals We Achieve from Goals We Don’t,” by Kaitlin Woolley and Ayelet Fishbach



Competing on Analytics, Updated Edition

By Thomas H. Davenport and Jeanne G. Harris

The landmark book that first introduced business leaders to analytics as a strategic capability is now updated with fresh content and new examples. Competing on Analytics reveals how analytics are rewriting the rules of competition and provides a road map for how to create new strategies based on sophisticated analytics. Through the lens of a five-stage model authors Thomas Davenport and Jeanne Harris describe how companies like Google, UPS, and Disney are using analytics to transform their organizations from marketing and HR to operations and R&D. With equal emphasis on human and technological resources, this book reveals how even the most highly analytical companies can up their game.

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HBR Guide to Emotional Intelligence

Harvard Business Review

Determine your emotional intelligence strengths and weaknesses, understand and manage your emotional reactions, deal with difficult people, and learn to make smarter decisions with the HBR Guide to Emotional Intelligence.

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