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Weekly Hotlist: Being a Two-Career Couple Requires a Long-Term Plan


THE WEEKLY HOTLIST: Harvard Business Review

March 05, 2018

Being a Two-Career Couple Requires a Long-Term Plan

By Avivah Wittenberg-Cox


Plan a Better Meeting with Design Thinking by Maya Bernstein, Rae Ringel

Start with empathy.


Senior Executives Get More Sleep Than Everyone Else by Rasmus Hougaard, Jacqueline Carter

Rest is essential for logical reasoning, attention, and mood.


How to Collaborate Effectively If Your Team Is Remote by Erica Dhawan, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

Err on the side of communicating clearly.


Why Financial Statements Don’t Work for Digital Companies by Vijay Govindarajan, Shivaram Rajgopal, Anup Srivastava

Traditional accounting can’t explain how companies like Uber and Twitter are valued.


How Women Can Develop — and Promote — Their Personal Brand by Dorie Clark

Establish a narrative and share your ideas.

Leadership & Managing people

Diversity and Authenticity by Katherine W. Phillips, Tracy L. Dumas, Nancy P. Rothbard

Minorities hesitate to share information about themselves at work. That’s a problem for everyone.

Personnel policies

HR Goes Agile by Cappelli, Anna Tavis

Agile isn’t just for tech anymore.

Leadership development

How CEOs Without College Degrees Got to the Top by Kim Rosenkoetter Powell, Elena Lytkina Botelho, Vamsi Tetali

A diploma isn’t the only credential that counts.


Talent Wins

By Ram Charan, Dominic Barton, and Dennis Carey

Most executives today recognize the competitive advantage of human capital, and yet the talent practices their organizations use are stuck in the twentieth century. Turning conventional views of talent management on their heads, talent and leadership experts Ram Charan, Dominic Barton, and Dennis Carey provide leaders with a new and different playbook for acquiring, managing, and deploying talent—for today’s agile, digital, analytical, technologically driven strategic environment—and for creating the HR function that business needs.

Filled with examples of forward-thinking companies that have adopted radical new approaches to talent (such as ADP, Amgen, Blackstone, Haier, ING, Marsh, Tata Communications, Telenor, and Volvo), as well as the startups of Silicon Valley, this book provides deep, expert insight and advice for what needs to change and how to change it. Talent Wins is the definitive book for reimagining and creating a talent-driven organization that wins.


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