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Weekly Hotlist: Many Strategies Fail Because They're Not Actually Strategies


THE WEEKLY HOTLIST: Harvard Business Review

November 13, 2017

Many Strategies Fail Because They’re Not Actually Strategies

By Freek Vermeulen


How to Work with a Manipulative Person by Liz Kislik

It’s worth risking small, public confrontations.

Strategy execution

Smart Leaders Focus on Execution First and Strategy Second by Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Four things to focus on.

Time management

How to Stay Focused If You’re Assigned to Multiple Projects at Once by Heidi K. Gardner, Mark Mortensen

Follow a few simple rules.


We Interviewed 57 Female CEOs to Find Out How More Women Can Get to the Top by Jane Edison Stevenson, Evelyn Orr

A survey shows specific traits are critical to women’s success.


How Coca-Cola, Netflix, and Amazon Learn from Failure by Bill Taylor

Encourage your team to embrace mistakes.

Career planning

What Mentors Wish Their Mentees Knew by Vineet Chopra, MD, Sanjay Saint, MD

A good relationship depends on both people.

Managing yourself

Why a Gen-X CEO Hired a Millennial to Help Him Keep a Learning Mindset by John Barrows

To stay current, admit what you don’t know.

Emerging markets

How India Is Moving Toward a Digital-First Economy by Arvind Gupta, Philip Auerswald

Demonetization was only the start.


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